Testing tags

in test •  2 years ago

One problem I immediately see is that the tag gets cut off at a hyphen, which means I cannot use the tag #steemit-issues

Another issue is that sometimes I want to use the hashtag without referring to a Steem tag. For example in my witness post I used the hashtags steemitwebsite and #potential-bugs but I was referring to the Slack channels.

Let me try adding a backslash before it and see if it changes how steemit.com recognizes the tag: #steemitwebsite.

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The JSON metadata of the parent post was:

{
"tags": ["steemit", "potential", "steemitwebsite"],
"links": ["https://steemit.com/witness-category/@arhag/witness-arhag"]
}

That isn't good. The tag for "#potential-bugs" was not treated properly.
Also I want a way to escape a tag other than putting quotes around it or putting it code like so: #steemitwebsite.

I noticed the "links" field in a previous post as well. But I have also seen others who have posted recently and included links directly and they didn't get a "links" field. So let me try including the link directly: https://steemit.com/test/@arhag/testing-tags

I also want to see if I can get the "image" tag to show up:
Standard profile photo

Finally, I want to see if it adds the tag for #test even though it is already in the test category.

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The JSON metadata of the parent post was:

{
"tags": ["test"],
"image": ["/assets/0ee064e31a180b13aca01418634567a1.png"]
}

Notice that the raw link didn't show up.

I found a workaround. I just need to use zero width space Unicode character ​

Now I can refer to #​arbitrary-hash-tags.
I can also link to the #​potential-bugs Steem slack channel.

And when I write @​arhag I don't necessarily mean the arhag on Steem.
I may instead wish to refer to the @​arhag of BTS.

The Markdown code for the above is:

I found a workaround. I just need to use zero width space Unicode character `​`

Now I can refer to #​arbitrary-hash-tags.  
I can also link to the [#​potential-bugs](https://steem.slack.com/messages/potential-bugs/) Steem slack channel.

And when I write @​arhag I don't necessarily mean the arhag on Steem.
I may instead wish to refer to the [@​arhag](https://cryptofresh.com/u/arhag) of BTS.

Testing tags again using newly enabled whitelisted HTML.

HTML blockquote tags. @arhag #spam

Does this show up in links metadata?

At least this should.

Does Steemit recognize HTML img tag to include in image metadata?
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