Besides what ysth said, there's also the fact that the site FAQ (which you can reach by clicking the Need Help?? link near the top of every page) has a section on
Searching PerlMonks, wherein you would learn about Super Search, if you didn't already know about it.
Should the Need Help?? link be more prominent?
If you haven't perused the PerlMonks FAQ... well, there's no time like the present.
There's also a Super Search link included in the "menu" of links at the top right
of every page.
Also, if you go to your Nodelet Settings and add the Find Nodes nodelet, you'll find a Super Search link in that nodelet, as well.
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