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lostinbids
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Posted Tue Aug 19, 2008 7:47AM

I am wondering how I can add nonsensical keywords to my images for banner searches?  I have added 'female1' to my images with my female1 in them.  However something like 'food1' does not tag.  Is there a way to make this tag for use in my searches?


I am currently using proper CV terms for some of my searches but this is far from ideal and could be seen as spamming which is not my intention.


Thanks jo
sjlocke
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Posted Tue Aug 19, 2008 7:55AM
What do you mean it doesn't tag?
lostinbids
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Posted Tue Aug 19, 2008 8:58AM
It doesn't have a tick box next to it, it just has an exclaimation mark


Posted By sjlocke:
What do you mean it doesn't tag?
Thomas_EyeDesign
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Posted Tue Aug 19, 2008 9:11AM

The exclaimation mark just means it cannot be translated.
lostinbids
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Posted Tue Aug 19, 2008 9:17AM

Ok thanks. Does that mean that having 'food1' or 'bidsstuff' (or anyother made up word) would work for grouping the images if those made up words are in the keywords?


ETA: I just put in a keyword of 'food1' and it didn't show up on keyword list. Shouldn't is appear like 'female1'?

(Edited on 2008-08-19 09:24:29 by lostinbids)
sjlocke
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Posted Tue Aug 19, 2008 10:50AM
You need to click on the link next to the exclamation point to open the text box, and then click "add" as the bottom, or else it isn't in the CV.
lostinbids
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Posted Tue Aug 19, 2008 10:56AM
Posted By sjlocke:
You need to click on the link next to the exclamation point to open the text box, and then click "add" as the bottom, or else it isn't in the CV.



Thanks, that has got it sorted out. 


Now I just have to update all of my portfolio.
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