News - Aug 14, 2017 (9 months ago)

We are experiencing an issue with the uploading system

When you upload, you may get a "File Not Found" Error. We are currently contacting our web admin in order to fix the issue, but until then, we have a work-around that has proven to work for the time being. If you wish to upload, please save the image to your computer, then add it to the upload screen through the "Browse" button. We hope that works for now and will make a notification when the issue is fixed.
~Princess Luna


help:tag types

Tags can have a type. Currently there are only five types: artist, character, copyright, species, and general.


Artist tags identify the tag as the artist. This doesn't mean the artist of the original copyrighted artwork (for example, you wouldn't use the ken_sugimori tag on a picture of Pikachu drawn by mellis).

When tagging something, you can tell 20% Cooler that a tag is an artist tag by prefixing it with artist:. For example, tagging something artist:mark tree will tag a post with mark and tree. If the mark tag doesn't already exist, it'll be created with the tag type set to artist.


Character tags identify the tag as a character. They work exactly like artist tags, only you prefix with "character:" (or "char:").


The copyright type indicates the tag represents a game, a novel, an anime, or some sort of copyrighted setting. Otherwise they work identically to character and artist tags, only you prefix with "copyright:" instead (or "copy:").


Species tags identify the tag as a species. Examples are fox, wolf, canine, thylacine, and lagomorph.


General tags are tags that have no other type. This includes common tags like nude, male, and monochrome. Set a tag as a general tag by prefixing it with general: