Example for Checkpoint
13.7 - Enable different types of searches for different skill levels and preferences.

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This checkpoint does not mean that you must have some searching capability on your site. However, if you do, then here is what you need to know to make that feature as accessible as possible:

Magnifying glass: indicates simple searching. For some visitors, a simple KEYWORD search will suffice.

(NOTE: this is not a real search form. Do not try to submit a search.)

Enter the keyword(s)

And describe how the simple search routine works, e.g.
This keyword search will find all documents that contain the word you entered. If you entered more than one word, the search will find all documents that contain any of the words.

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