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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Changes the "style" (look & feel) of a website
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Use for the Stylus or Stylish browser extensions. These customize the appearance of web-pages that you browse. That is, Stylish lets you "Theme" or "Skin" pages you visit by allowing you to overwr…
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You need help with the use of the Stack Exchange API, apps built on the API, or assistance building scripts that work on Stack Exchange websites.
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Apps that live in ... um, that thing in whichever corner of your screen, with all the icons in it.
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Tools that help with tags, or issues with the API handling of tags.
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a userscript manager for most major browsers. It provides/executes privileged javascript that allows you to customize the way web pages look and act. **USE THIS TAG FOR ANY SCRIPT THAT…
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specific to the Stack Exchange API.
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Tools that help with the post timeline feature, or issues with the API handling of /timeline routes.
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For Stack Exchange applications which interact with Twitter. General software development questions about Twitter can be asked on Stack Overflow; end user questions on Web Applications Stack Exchange,…
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Tools that help with user profiles/accounts, or issues with the API handling of users
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A script designed to run with the extensions Stylus, Stylish, etc. -- to alter the look of a site via CSS. A subset of, but not the same as, the [style] tag.
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Apps accessible using web interfaces should use this tag. Questions about SE sites really shouldn't.
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For apps which work only on Windows platforms, or were specifically built for them.
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Microsoft's "Universal Windows Platform" (UWP) for app development.
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Winter Bash (holiday hats) celebration at the end of each year. Use this tag for Apps, Scripts, or API questions that enhance the Winter Bash experience.
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An open source content management system (cms) for creating websites and blogs. Its functionality can be extended through functions of blocks of code, which can be grouped into separate executables ca…