The top bar of the database pages is the search bar. This bar has a "Search By" pulldown menu (circled above.) Clicking on this menu will show you the different search options available... (see below).


Here you can see the five different search options. For example, if you wanted to find all the solids produced in 1995, you would select "Year" from the menu and then type "1995" in the empty box at the right. Then press the "Go" button at the far right of the box and you will see the results.

- Want to find solids with a specific name?
Select "Name" ---> type the name you are looking for in the box and hit "Go".

- Want to find solids from a specific year?
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elect "Year" ---> type the year you are looking for in the box and hit "Go".

- Want to find solids with a specific original price?
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elect "Price" ---> type the price you are looking for in the box (no $ sign necessary) and hit "Go".

- Want to find solids with a specific fragrance?
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elect "Fragrance" ---> type the fragrance you are looking for in the box and hit "Go".

- Want to find solids with a specific theme?
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elect "Keywords" ---> type the theme or idea you are looking for in the box and hit "Go".




The "Results Per Page: pulldown menu is a very simple feature. All it does is specify how many results will be displayed per page when you search...


The default is 12 (three rows of four) but you can also choose 24, 36, 48, or All. Despite what you choose, if there are more results than will fit on one page, there will be links on the bottom of the page to see the next page of results.



The "Sort Order" is another simple but powerful feature. Basically it sets the order in which things are organized on your page. If you would like to see the solids arranged alphabetically by name, chronologically by year, in order of price, or by groups of fragrances...this is the place to do it. Just click on which way you'd like to see it sorted and it'll do it instantly!

- Want to reverse a sort to go Z to A or newest to oldest?
Select the way you want to sort it, then click the same term again...it reverses it!