Inputting certain phrases and terms into the search engine will return specific results.
Prepending search terms with a "-" will invert the search results.
These are keywords that describe the image.
Searching for a tag will automatically search for all its childrens.
For example, searching for "animal" will also search for "feline", which will also search for "cat."
To prevent this behaviour, prefix the tag with the "=" symbol. eg: =animal
This includes data about the image and its database relationships.
These can require either a numeric, or text based value.
Numeric meta searches can be influenced using "<" or ">", for example:
Certain meta searches also accept the "%" as "any".
Certain meta searches have may use specific keyword values. See below for more.
Search results can be ordered by meta actions, for example:
Prepend "-" to invert the result order.
Meta search values can be displayed beneath each thumbnail, for example:
These include images that are descended from one another, either methodically, or conceptually.
Multiple images that were always intended to be grouped together in a specified order.