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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.

Version tags should be used for questions that apply to a version only, not to merely say what version a site is using.
26354 questions
The Views module allows creating lists of entities with a flexible query builder.
Version tags should be used for questions that apply to a version only, not to merely say what version a site is using.
Use it for questions about rendering or modifying the HTML markup produced by a module/theme.
Nodes, comments, taxonomy terms, and users, in the terminology used since Drupal 7, are generally called "entities."
The most basic form of content on a Drupal site is a node.
One of the most important entities Drupal uses is the user entity.
Use it for questions about the Form API. Don't use it for entity or entity field forms.
One of the modules that implements an eCommerce framework and ecosystem is the Drupal Commerce module.
"Taxonomy" refers to Drupal's content classification mechanism, organised into vocabularies and terms.
Use it for questions about JavaScript code that is very specific for Drupal.
Drupal provides a standard, vendor-agnostic abstraction layer for accessing database servers.
Version tags should be used for questions that apply to a version only, not to merely say what version a site is using.
2751 questions
In Drupal, a self-contained collection of content and functionality that is displayed in theme regions is called block.
Drupal core has some modules to handle media files, such as the Image module (Drupal 7) and the Media module (Drupal 8).
Use it for the mechanism that allows to extends module's functionality without editing its code.
Use it for questions about JavaScript/PHP code to create asynchronous web applications.
Use it to generally reference to those files used on websites which could be video, images, pdfs, etc.
Use it for questions about the engine which allows site administrators to automate actions: the Rules module.
2277 questions
Using a term introduced in Drupal 8, routes are the paths to which modules respond.
2244 questions
One of the modules used for surveys, contests, personalized contact forms, or petitions is the Webform module.
Use it for the Drupal core module or any module extending its functionality, or aiming to replace it.
Use it for questions about the command line shell and Unix scripting interface for Drupal (a.k.a. Drush).
Use it in questions about adapting software to different languages, regional differences, and requirements of a target market (locale).
Use it for questions about navigation menus and links used in a site.
1529 questions
Drupal core uses email for a number of important tasks, such as verifying authenticated users' email address.
Improving the response time, by reducing the amount of processing, in Drupal normally requires using a cache.
"Migration" means either the migration of data from from a different framework/CMS to Drupal, or from Drupal to Drupal.
Use it for questions about handling date or time through any module. Don't use it if you are already using "calendar" as tag.
1186 questions
A "Uniform Resource Idendifier" identifies a resource on a network.
1119 questions
Using the Panels module, authorized users can create specific layouts and theme them easily.
1037 questions
Use it for questions about feeds and the Feeds module.
870 questions
Use it for questions about the WYSIWYG editors made available in Drupal.
825 questions
Use it for questions about the comment entity.
812 questions
Redirection in Drupal means sending the users to a different page.
804 questions
Use it for questions about path aliases, a way of creating pretty human readable URLs to replace system URLs like node/[nid].
796 questions
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