Multi-word tags

Is there a way to include multi-word tags, e.g. apps, Mac Mini, technology (Mac Mini in this case)?

Seems the only way is to use an underscore, Mac_Mini.

No, you can use multi-word tags without problem. You would only have to urlencode() and urldecode() them again.

Thanks, texnixe.

Is there a snippet of code of that? Presumably it has to go in the ‘article.php’ template. At the moment I have:

	        $count = 0;
	        foreach ($tags = explode(",", $page->tags()) as $tag) {
		        // NOTE: added / before blog
		        echo '<a href="'.url().'/blog/tag:'.urlencode(trim($tag)).'">'.str_replace('-',' ', $tag).'</a>';
		        if ($count != count($tags)) {echo ',';}
<?php $tags = $page->tags()->split() ?>
<ul class="tags inline-list">
  <?php foreach($tags as $tag): ?>
    <li><a href="<?php echo url('blog/tag:' . urldecode($tag))?>"><?php echo $tag ?></a></li>
  <?php endforeach ?>

And in your blog.php controller:

if(param('tag')) {
  $tag = urldecode(param('tag'));
  $articles = $page->children()->visible()->filterBy('tags', $tag,',')->sortBy('date');
} else {
  $articles = $page->children()->visible()->sortBy('date', 'desc');  	
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