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If we search something through we pass keywords into query string like this: /search?q=garden and gets appropriate results.

Also we can find tagged questions with URL like this: /questions/tagged/iis

But I can't find tagged questions with specified keywords! Something like this: /questions/tagged/iis/search?q=garden

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You specify tags in the search query, e.g. [iis].[iis]+garden

Search tips provide more information (link is on the right side of search results).

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That sounded strange IMO, but is correct in the site's search box and in you can filter by tag by putting the name of the tage between square brackets like [php] – Trufa Feb 1 '11 at 19:12
@Trufa It will also auto-taggify common tags like php, so searching for "garden php" is the same as searching for "garden [php]". (iis isn't common enough for that though) – Michael Mrozek Feb 1 '11 at 19:29
nice did not know that! – Trufa Feb 1 '11 at 19:50

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