Tag Overview

by Annie Stein
Welcome to Solaris, traveller! Let me get you up to speed.
Solaris is a soft science fiction webcomic set in our own universe, kind of. Learn more by continuing to read, or click here to be taken to the comic.
Q:Where am I?   You're still in the system known as Sol. Except this time each planet is habitable and developed its own life. The people are humanoid, mostly.
Q:I heard something about a comic?   Oh yes! The main comic is still in development, but you can read the first few pages of Little Blue if you click here.  
Q:What's going on?   Sol is invading. The resentful sun sends its angelic armies: the Scourge. For now, they're being held back at Mercury by Penumbra.
by Annie Stein
This article is an overview of how tags are used on Solaris. Tags can be used in tandem with the [tagged:#] block to create lists of articles. Solaris uses the glossary method as shared by Satrium to make advanced indices. This article is primarily intended as a reference, and as a resource those who want to understand how Solaris is organized.   As of the time of making this, Solaris has a total of about 90 articles. As the world expands, so will the use of tagged lists.
Tagged lists look at the tags of an article, and read left to right. A tagged list asking for index-a will pull up all articles with a tag that starts with index-a, whether it is index-a-character or index-a-landmark. Building onto the alphabetical index allows the same tag to build an index of articles starting with a, as well as an index of characters who's name starts with a.   However, asking a tagged list to pull up articles tagged with character will not pull up an article that's only tagged index-a-character. This is why there are multiple syntaxes in use, so that tagged blocks can be made both based on location, and based on the first letter.

Sorted Alphabetically

Syntax: index-initial-template-type
Index A-Z
Generic article | Apr 28, 2023
Tags: index-aindex-bindex-cindex-dindex-eindex-findex-gindex-hindex-iindex-jindex-kindex-lindex-mindex-nindex-oindex-pindex-qindex-rindex-sindex-tindex-uindex-vindex-windex-xindex-yindex-z

Sorted by Location

Syntax: index-location-template-type
The Categories are made using a combination of Category Table of Content widgets and tagged lists.

Recent Articles

Syntax: recent
Removing this tag is important to keep the list from getting out of hand.
  This tag is used to make the Recent Articles list on the sidebar.
This article is a stub . It will be expanded upon later.


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