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A button to highlight comics with a tag

It's not yet a search, but I'm hoping that it's useful on its own. I added a dialog for choosing which tags to highlight in a comic listing. Meaning that you can see all the comics which are, say, sci-fi or fantasy on a glance. Mind that the current implementation has a few quirks, like that it forgets what you have chosen when you navigate to some other page in a listing.

This was a pretty easy feature to implement, now that I have a more versatile tag system in place. But I guess it's starting to show that I'm more concerned with functionality than visuals. I'll just say that I'm open to suggestions on how to make things look better.

Another change to go with this is to rework the advisory tags a bit. I added web ratings tags. I didn't yet adopt the panda icons, though. Also, "language" got renamed to "profanity" and "explicit" to "nudity". The new table of advisory tags follows.

advisory:Web G An all age site. These sites will have no offensive content on them whatsoever.
advisory:Web PG This site contains little or mild offensive materials. Basically stuff only uptight parents would get upset over.
advisory:Web 14 This site contains slightly offensive material. High chance of mild swearing, partial nudity, violence and adult themes.
advisory:Web MA For mature audiences. Contains high risk of violence, nudity, and adult situations. Viewer should be at least 17 or with parental guidance.
advisory:Web NC-17 Should definetly NOT be viewed by minors. Contains graphic violence, mature themes, and/or nudity and adult situations. Not for kids in other words.
advisory:violence
advisory:nudity
advisory:profanity
advisory:nsfw Not safe for work.
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Thu, 01 Dec 2011 20:34:43 UTC