Now with Tags and a Dictionary

I know I’m a little late to the game, but I’ve finally added tags to my website. Oooo….

We also, if you are inclined to comment, have added some toys to the comment section. If you look right above the comment box, you’ll see a button with two arrows on it. Click that and you’ll get a bank of buttons that will make it easy to add formatting to your post. There’s even a dictionary.

Sorry…no spell check yet.

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13 Responses

  1. Felicity Shoulders

    This popped up on my RSS reader while I was engaged in adding tags to all my old blog posts — I recently added taggability to my blog. On the one hand, I’m super-jazzed, as I love tags and not having them has been giving me hives. On the other hand, my blog is five years and one week old. That’s a LOT of backlog to taggify.

    Are you tagging your archives?

  2. David de Beer

    oh, interesting, how did you add this little comment toolbar?

    don’t know how much use you make of feeds, but here’s a handy plug-in:

    you do need to burn your feed through Feedburner, though, but this plugin works very smoothly in redirecting everything to Feedburner.

    can’t believe you don’t have smilies, it was the first thing I went looking for.

    Zemanta works nicely for tags, it reads your post and suggests tags you can use in addition to ones you manually apply, but it’s a pain in the arse program to use.

  3. Zoid

    Spell-check?!? Don’t need no spell-check!

    No, really, that’s how they spell it in Oopssiestan.

    1. Mary Robinette Kowal

      My dad keeps asking for one! I’m looking at a plug-in that will allow commenters to edit their own comments. I’m constantly amazed at how many typos creep in between hitting “save” and when it appears on the site.

      1. Zoid

        Yes, it’s amazing what Murphy and his little demons can do in that short amount of time.

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