Template talk:Tag

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right now this does not function very well as a tag/taxonomy/folksonomy.


  • the in-line tag link is kind of redundant, since it appears at the bottom in the categories list anyway.
  • I have not been able to solve the recursive category problem. that is, when used in a page fragment that is intended to be transcluded into another page, that including page assumes the same categories, which is not what I intended.
  • Must click on the red link to category to create it. Must edit and save the new category page or it will be red again subsequent to saving.

how it is

  • page A, category a
  • page B, category b include page A
    • yields page B text A, category ab

right now the only way to avoid this behaviour is to surround the tags with a <noinclude>

how it should be

  • page A, category a
  • page B, category b include page A
    • yields page B text A, category b

there may be a subtle parsing order of precedence when surrounding a <noinclude> with <includeonly> from a template. I need to unwrap the right tags only on the second generation include.

possible solution

a favor from Aran pretty please

  • i made this so long ago, but now i'm boggled by the multiply-nested braces and template syntax. I know you could easily fix this so that pretty links would work. if you have time... could you? Thanks --Infomaniac 20:26, 5 November 2011 (PDT)
Sorry I haven't had much time recently, as I'm off to Brazil this week and have a fair bit to wrap up first. I'll try and take a look in the next day or so --nad 21:49, 7 November 2011 (PST)
Wow, off to where in Brazil? I expect to be in São Paulo early next month.
We'll be in Brasilia until after christmas, then renting a place in Curitiba - it'd be excellent if you could come and visit for a few weeks when we have our place! I think next month might be a bit early tho... --nad 12:09, 9 November 2011 (PST)
Curitiba is where I hope to eventually end up!--Infomaniac 06:36, 10 November 2011 (PST)