For instance, I want an ampersand in D&D, but it gets filtered out.
URL encode it, if you have to.– Uphill LugeAug 19, 2010 at 23:09
You can't. You can spell out "and" instead. Like
Unfortunately, this is not possible.
From the Ask Question page, the only allowed characters for tags are: a-z, 0-9, +, #, -, .
However, I do have a solution:
- Create the tag using the name spelled out in full, using hyphens to separate the words.
- Create a tag synonym mapping
[dd]to the full name tag.
The latter will ensure that anyone who tried to type 'd&d' in the box will have the proper tag put on the question. This works because the ampersand is silently stripped from the input, resulting in an actual input of
[dd]. Hopefully using
[dd] for this doesn't collide with another tag you actually need.
How about [dnd] instead?
3Do not disturb?– user27414Aug 20, 2010 at 12:06
3Drag-n-drop?– mmyersAug 20, 2010 at 16:11