The <ISINDEX> element represents a set of hyperlinks. The user can choose from the set by providing keywords to the user agent. The user agent computes the head URI by appending `?' and the keywords to the base URI. The keywords are escaped according to [URL] and joined by `+'. For example, if a document contains:
<BASE HREF="http://host/index"> <ISINDEX>
and the user provides the keywords `apple' and `berry', then the user agent must access the resource `http://host/index?apple+berry'.
<FORM> elements with `METHOD=GET' also represent sets of hyperlinks. See 8.2.2, "Query Forms: METHOD=GET" for details.