A comprehensive guide to tagging

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Re: A comprehensive guide to tagging

Post by liban104 » 10 Nov 2016, 15:22

gezio wrote:In my opinion it is kind of unnecessary to use the bikini and school swimsuit tags with the swimsuit tag. Why be specific and general at the same time. I always use the swimsuit tag when the other two tags don't apply. It's like using the anal tag with a tag named "sex". The first one belongs to the bigger group of the second tag, so there is no need for the second one. Same goes for the gangbang/threesome and group sex tags, as well as the oppai/ legal loli and loli and the large/huge breast tags. I think that the second tags, which are a bigger group can be used when the content does not apply to the more specific tags. At least that's how I see it as a reader. I wouldn't like it if I started reading a doujin which had the group sex tag, expecting to see 4 people bang (I chose that example cause it's neither a gangbang nor a threesome), only to find that it just refers tho a gangbang/threesome. Also in the case of large/huge breast tags, since huge breasts are technically large breasts, there is no need for the huge breast tag. These are some small "mistakes" that I found. If you have some points that I missed that totally explain that the original post is indeed not "mistaken" please let me know.

well is some case like when trying to find a specific title like Momojiri Motion!! and not remembering the would be hard so bikini tag does help and makes it so you don't go through to many pages

Re: A comprehensive guide to tagging

Post by DomBB » 13 Sep 2016, 12:06

Life is hard. Nothing much to expect that I would be the one who wrongfully tag something out of particular without getting warned, that would be hilarious.

Re: A comprehensive guide to tagging

Post by Shadow246 » 08 Sep 2016, 19:47

Do you think you could add a notification system? For when someone comments on your post, and your favorite artist uploads their work. Also, provide a way to completely block material with hated tags from showing up on the main menu when you sign in, if you haven't already. I can't count how many times I've come across guro and other such things in the span of an hour. And blacklisting isn't at all helpful. I am not aware of how to contact you all who run the site directly, so if this is the incorrect way, then, my mistake.

Re: A comprehensive guide to tagging

Post by rabidpanda » 31 Aug 2016, 23:03

You have "cat girl" and "dog girl" tags, but no "cat boy" or "dog boy?"

Re: A comprehensive guide to tagging

Post by Accelerator » 26 Aug 2016, 18:31

gezio wrote:In my opinion it is kind of unnecessary to use the bikini and school swimsuit tags with the swimsuit tag. Why be specific and general at the same time. I always use the swimsuit tag when the other two tags don't apply......


Why be specific and general at the same time? Are you a complete idiot? It's so people who search the general tag will have the specific results as well. Tagging doesn't have automatic hierarchy - it needs to be implemented manually.
Search "Swimsuit" and you get everything with "Swimsuit", "Bikini" and "School Swimsuit". If tagged your way then if someone did the same search for "swimsuit" wouldn't get "Bikini" or "School Swimsuit" unless they also searched for those tags. The whole point of being specific is so you can get exactly what you want. I search "Bikini" and only get results with Bikinis. A Bikini IS a swimsuit - so why should it not also have the swimsuit tag.

Re: A comprehensive guide to tagging

Post by MissA » 24 Aug 2016, 11:15

I'm with the last 2/3 posts xP
Specific is helpful

Also I'm happy that we're officially not counting futa / female as yuri, because that confused the heck out of me for months.

Re: A comprehensive guide to tagging

Post by reggy » 17 Aug 2016, 11:30

Hello, now we are in the topic I want to comment something
I have had this in my head for a few weeks:
Can we make a distinction between rule 63 and gender bender. Like if a character go through magic or a scientific device and turns into women (ex: Ranma, Yuuki Rito) it's gender bend and if a character it's sex changed from the start without justification or Canon (if it's a doujin) it's rule 63.
I don't know if I explain my self well

Re: A comprehensive guide to tagging

Post by guittar99 » 21 Jul 2016, 17:43

Shirou wrote:You are wrong, simple as that. These are our tagging rules, and you should follow them. If you only want to see common Swimsuits when searching for them, you simply do this: Search for Swimsuits while excluding Bikinis and School Swimsuits. Same goes for the Loli tags, etc. All Oppai Lolis are also Lolis and anyone searching for Lolis naturally doesn't mind them being included in his search as well. If you want to see 4 people or more when using the Group Sex tag, you exclude Threesome. We have multiple tag combinations and tag exclusions for a reason.
There is a difference between Huge and Large Breasts. Think about a scale of 1 to 10 that refers to size. "Large" is everything as big or larger than 6, "Huge" is everything as big or larger than 8. Breasts that are size 9 are > 8 and > 6, so they are both "huge" and "large". Breasts with Size 7 are > 6 , but < 8, so they only get the "large" tag, not "huge". Got it now?

Also, this post was mainly written because of uploaders like you who specifically don't follow these guidelines. They are NOT negotiable.

+1

Re: A comprehensive guide to tagging

Post by likm » 20 Jul 2016, 22:35

Shirou wrote:
gezio wrote:In my opinion it is kind of unnecessary to use the bikini and school swimsuit tags with the swimsuit tag. Why be specific and general at the same time. I always use the swimsuit tag when the other two tags don't apply. It's like using the anal tag with a tag named "sex". The first one belongs to the bigger group of the second tag, so there is no need for the second one. Same goes for the gangbang/threesome and group sex tags, as well as the oppai/ legal loli and loli and the large/huge breast tags. I think that the second tags, which are a bigger group can be used when the content does not apply to the more specific tags. At least that's how I see it as a reader. I wouldn't like it if I started reading a doujin which had the group sex tag, expecting to see 4 people bang (I chose that example cause it's neither a gangbang nor a threesome), only to find that it just refers tho a gangbang/threesome. Also in the case of large/huge breast tags, since huge breasts are technically large breasts, there is no need for the huge breast tag. These are some small "mistakes" that I found. If you have some points that I missed that totally explain that the original post is indeed not "mistaken" please let me know.

You are wrong, simple as that. These are our tagging rules, and you should follow them. If you only want to see common Swimsuits when searching for them, you simply do this: Search for Swimsuits while excluding Bikinis and School Swimsuits. Same goes for the Loli tags, etc. All Oppai Lolis are also Lolis and anyone searching for Lolis naturally doesn't mind them being included in his search as well. If you want to see 4 people or more when using the Group Sex tag, you exclude Threesome. We have multiple tag combinations and tag exclusions for a reason.
There is a difference between Huge and Large Breasts. Think about a scale of 1 to 10 that refers to size. "Large" is everything as big or larger than 6, "Huge" is everything as big or larger than 8. Breasts that are size 9 are > 8 and > 6, so they are both "huge" and "large". Breasts with Size 7 are > 6 , but < 8, so they only get the "large" tag, not "huge". Got it now?

Also, this post was mainly written because of uploaders like you who specifically don't follow these guidelines. They are NOT negotiable.


I agree with you! I actually like being as specific as possible!

Re: A comprehensive guide to tagging

Post by Dante » 20 Jul 2016, 21:26

The other day i had to go through the edits of a guy who specifically went through several collections literally just to change the position numbers from hundreds to single digits... :cry:

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