You can search only up to two tags in a single search.
Some users don't have this limitation, but they obtained that privilege from the admins, so the statement in bold applies to the majority of the users.
- marisa reimu
- Searches for both Marisa and Reimu
- -marisa -reimu
- Searches for pictures without Marisa or Reimu
- ~marisa ~reimu
- Searches for pictures with Marisa, Reimu or both
- Searches every picture with at least one tag that begins with "ma" (like marisa, mamumamu, madness, ...)
How To Tag
- marisa reimu
- Adds the "marisa" and "reimu" tags to the picture. Of course any number of tags bigger than 0 is accepted
- Use _ (underscore) to represent spaces inside the name. Actual spaces are used to separate tags, as shown above
- Adds "yukkuri" as the name of an artist (it will be listed under the "Artist" section when viewing the picture)
- Adds "okina" as the name of a character (it will be listed under the "Characters" section when viewing the picture)
- Adds "some_work" as the name of some existing work unrelated to yukkuri, like Gundam or The Shining
- Adds "tall_image" as a "metatag", i.e. something describing the image rather than the contents. Usually metatags don't need to be created manually. Open a forum post if you want to add a metatag
Categories will be remembered once the tags is created, so the prefix (the part before the colon) is mandatory only the very first time.
- There's currently a bug with the search system, which gives less results than what is expected (e.g. artists with 100 pictures are shown with a single page of results). This happens only with searches with a single tag, so the workaround is to add id:>0 to the search (that tag would normally list every uploaded picture)
- The autocomplete function is not listing every available tag. If you're looking for something but the autocomplete does not show it, try searching it anyway (e.g. hecatia does no show up, but there are pictures of her)