Landscapes in the database are classified using a taxonomy of sixteen styles (e.g. Picturesque, Arts & Crafts, Italianate), 29 types (e.g. Public Park, Commemorative Landscape, Campus), and 46 subtypes (e.g. National Park, Rural Cemetery, Land Grant College). Each essay links to a comprehensive glossary of styles, types, and subtypes, as well as to related landscapes, biographical essays about the site’s designer(s), and an online Media Gallery. Users can now export lists of landscapes from the database by style (e.g., all Modernist landscapes or all Modernist landscapes in Florida) or by typology (e.g., all public parks or all public parks in Florida); or they can export the search results after further filtering the characteristics of both type and style (e.g., all Modernist public parks in Florida). Conversely, users can also obtain and download search results based on the designers (or Pioneers) of the landscapes, also filtered by type, style, or location (e.g., all Modernist landscapes designed by Daniel Kiley in Dallas, Texas). As with searches ordered by landscape, the results of searches ordered by Pioneer are displayed on-screen with the option to “Export CSV,” which then renders the list of results for download in a file format chosen by the user. Static help text and scroll-over prompts have been established to aid the user in obtaining the best search results.