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I noticed that Stack Overflow en espaƱol has a tag named [php+codeigniter+mysql+jquery]:

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You can browse in https://es.stackoverflow.com/tags.

However, if I click on the tag it sends me to https://es.stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/php%2bcodeigniter%2bmysql%2bjquery. That is, a page containing the questions with all the tags: [php] + [codeigniter] + [mysql] + [jquery].

How can I browse that specific tag? I tried with [php\+codeigniter\+mysql\+jquery] but it was rewritten as [php] [codeigniter] [mysql] [jquery] in the results page.

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    I think this is more of a bug then a support question. – Luuklag Sep 15 at 8:58
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    I think it is easier if you have that tag renamed to replace the + with a - – rene Sep 15 at 8:59
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    @rene I am trying to just get rid of the tag, only that I cannot find the way to get the question that has the tag. – fedorqui 'SO stop harming' Sep 15 at 9:00
  • @rene And then you burninate it to the ground, right? – yivi Sep 15 at 9:00
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    @yivi yes, probably somebody mistyped. I want to remove the tag by converting it into normal [php] [codeigniter] bla bla, but I cannot find a way to get into the question using it – fedorqui 'SO stop harming' Sep 15 at 9:01
  • @yivi it is PHP, it is a fine tag ... – rene Sep 15 at 9:30
  • @rene Only problem is, you'd end up with tags like [c--]. – Sonic the Masked Werehog Sep 15 at 21:01
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It's this question: Rellenar tabla en PHP utilizando codeigniter y recogiendo datos desde daterangepicker. I'm wondering how that 1 rep user was able to create a new tag... or did it exist on another question back then?

I found it through the API, with this call to the 'search' method.

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