Search instructions. Parsing a marker link, or how to do it yourself.
The search engine itself:
+& query = [MARKER]
. Here is the name of the marker. In the case, if you need to find, for example, all the firmware of the Huawei brand, we add the huawei to the search marker, i.e. part of the search link gets view & query = firmware + huawei
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+& forums = ID_FORUM
. Select the ID of the section in which to do the search. For example, you are not satisfied with the search, which uses a combination of markers, then you can change the link in the part of the search for a specific section. Subsection Huawei
has an ID of 922, you, as before, need Huawei network equipment firmware, then this part of the link changes to & forums = 922
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Let's complicate the task a bit. For example, you needed to find firmware from two manufacturers at the same time, for example Huawei (partition ID = 922) and ZTE (partition ID = 919). In this case, comma-separated, we write the partition ID and get& forums = 922,919
+& subforums = 1
. This option allows you to search even in all subsections of the section, if any. If you are interested in searching only by the root of the section - 1 is changed to 0.
+& sort = SORT_PARAMETER
. For example dd
- by the date of the last message. There are also search options: rel - by relevance, da - from old to new.
+& result = topics
- Search only in the header and description. Search by marker works correctly only with this value.
+& nohl = 1
- this parameter removes the yellow highlight in the search results. If you want to customize the search in a graphic form - just delete this part.
+& noform = 1
- hides the search forum.