This is a sort of geek thing, and I don't see it being heavily used, but I've wanted it for my own convenience for while. It only took an hour or so to implement, although it rests on weeks of work earlier this year for keyword support.
Suppose you want to look for something related to the Nikon Z7, or depth of field, or bighorn sheep. It’s easy—just type the keyword or phrase directly into the URL area. This works with Safari, Firefox, Chrome on macOS (tested).
- Erase the stuff after the site name (diglloyd.com), retaining the trailing / character.
- Type your search term after "diglloyd.com/".
- Press the return or enter key.
The server will match what is typed against available keywords, lens names, camera names, etc. If a match is not found, it will redirect to the search page. Examples:
- https://diglloyd.com/depth of field
- https://diglloyd.com/Canon RF 50mm f/1.2
- https://diglloyd.com/Nikon Z7
- https://diglloyd.com/bighorn sheep
- https://diglloyd.com/long exposure noise reduction
Note that typing in something truncated or ambiguous is not likely to work; generally the brand name is required. For example:
"S2" — use "Leica S2"
"Z7" — use "Nikon Z7"
"5D" — use "Canon 5D"
"35/1.4 — use "Sigma 35/1.4" (or desired brand)