|08-17-2008 12:11 AM|
Also if you wanted to search for a specific phrase, put it in quotation marks.
Like "Scout's jeep" should return a few results. With those words together in order. Just be sure to check "show posts" otherwise you may have to dig through a long thread to find the post with those words in it.
|08-16-2008 11:28 PM|
|08-16-2008 11:27 PM|
I remember his sig being tampered with.
|08-16-2008 11:12 PM|
|tiny terror||Scout knows my wrath. I'm very wrathy.|
|08-16-2008 11:11 PM|
|distortedtj||come on dont tease me about Hello Kitty.|
|08-16-2008 11:10 PM|
I'll change your avatar while you aren't looking. How'd you like to spend some time sporting Hello Kitty.
|08-16-2008 10:53 PM|
|08-16-2008 10:52 PM|
The new forum software also allows for "Tags".
Tags are what people may use to search for your thread. It's always nice when you start a thread to be very thoughtful about the title and to add tags. The more tags the easier the information will be to find.
Just a little food for thought when starting new threads. Glad I could help, I'm usually a problem around here
|08-16-2008 10:39 PM|
|08-16-2008 10:35 PM|
|tiny terror||There's a search at the top of the page in the dark grey bar that says user cp at the left. Go to advanced search. Type in what you want. Works just like google, you have to use key words and the key words have to be in the threads.|
|08-16-2008 10:27 PM|
Is there anyway the admin. of WF could add a search engine?
Example: If I wanted to find information on (let's say) tire size or lift kits, I could just type that phrase into the search and the most recent threads on the topic would appear.
Is this possible?