Testing tags

in #test5 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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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?
test

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.

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.