Tags

A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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Applications or libraries using Google's Go programming language
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unless you are specifically targeting GM4 or later. .. Greasemonkey is a, now mostly busted, Firefox extension which allows you to run javascript code on specific web pages.
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for apps that display, consume, or manipulate hyperlinks, but ONLY IF such behavior is a primary purpose of the app.
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Questions with Ignored tags will either be removed or dimmed when you are on one of the question-list pages. Similar but opposite to "Favorite Tags".
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parts of Stack Exchange posts, usually in conjunction with the editing tag.
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A question about the /inbox and related Stack Exchange API methods.
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For applications using the Stack Exchange API, which have been written for the iOS mobile platform.
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Accompanies [app]s written in, or [library]s meant to be used from, the Java programming language
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Questions about usage of the Stack Exchange API in client-side browser JavaScript.
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Apps/Scripts/Libraries for Stack Overflow Jobs. ... General questions about Stack Overflow Jobs should be asked on Meta Stack Overflow.
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if the question deals with problems with, or alterations to, jQuery in conjunction with Stack Exchange. Do not use the tag merely because your tool employs jQuery.
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a text-based open standard. It is human-readable and used for data interchange between applications. Use this tag for questions related to topics about using JSON.
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For scripts that enhance browsing Stack Exchange by adding keyboard shortcuts (beyond the already existing ones). Use together with the [script] tag.
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For *general* questions about using code libraries with Stack Exchange sites or the API. To POST, or announce a library, use the [library] tag instead. For questions about an existing, Stack-Exc…
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to POST, or announce, libraries which provide access to the Stack Exchange API and/or Stack exchange sites. The body of the question will give usage examples, as well as source and licen…
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used for questions regarding the limits of the API, including quotas as well as throttling.
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For Stack Apps which use the /questions/{ids}/linked API route and/or interact with the Linked Questions sidebar widget or related functionality.
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Applications that run on Linux natively or questions about using the API on the Linux platform.
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Locked posts can't be: Edited, Voted on, Commented on, Answered, nor Flagged with most flags. Use this for questions with how the API handles such posts, or for tools/apps/scripts that deal with lock…
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