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May be blacklisted?

The tag doesn't anything to the question, as there is very little difference between code being developed for a module, and code required from a module that allows the users (whatever they have an administrative account, or not) to enter code in a text area: In both the cases, the API offered from Drupal is the same, and the same functions can be used in both the cases.

There are eventually differences between developing a module, and a theme, but in most of the cases, the same functions can be called from a module, or a theme. There are differences between the hooks a theme can implement, but that is merging for the question: As long as it is clear the question is about the code to use in a theme, there is no need to use , which would not allow to make a difference between developing a theme, and developing a module.

The tag has been used in 33 questions:

  • 4 questions were asked in June
  • 15 questions were asked in the current year
  • 30 questions were asked between June, 2012 and September, 2011
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    +1 It's completely ambiguous, no use to anyone really – Clive Jun 20 '12 at 18:59
  • No one has missed this tag. – Citricguy Aug 31 '12 at 12:08
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Seems like a very low-volume tag and I don't see great support here to blacklist it.

If it becomes widespread and overwhelming, we can revisit this.

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