How to add tags to stat getstat?

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A tag is a piece of information that belongs to an object.

 This means that the tag itself is not object but it always connected to or part of some other object.

 A tag can be attached to objects (e.g., the head) and people (e.g., John Smith). 

Tagging allows you to organize your notes, clippings, and images without having to search for 

them later on once you’ve forgotten what they were called or where they were filed away.

How do you add tags?how to upload tags to stat getstat

 It’s very simple: simply type “Get stats” followed by <tagname>, like this: Get stats I love chicken “I love chicken”. 

You can also add more than one tag by separating them with commas, like this: 

Get stats I love chicken, I hate fish “I love chicken, I hate fish”.

You can get back to your tag list by typing Get tags. 

To jump straight to a particular tag, type get tag <tagname>. 

Here are examples of get tags and get tag in action: get tags get tag 1get tag 3 get tags get tags 1get tag 

John Smith John Smith I love chicken stats stats I love chicken Get stat Get stat “I love chicken” 1Get stat Get stats “I love chicken”.

 I hate fish stats stats I hate fish

 This is usually in an Apache or other web server document root folder.

 You may type in “cd” followed by this directory name to get there.

 If you just type “cd”, it will take you to your home directory (that’s the one that comes after “/home” when you type in “cd”)

The PC version is a simple CGI script that runs under a web server.

 It’s a quick and dirty solution that I’ve been using since the beginning of this site. 

For years, I was satisfied with it. 

However, after using the site with a different web server,

 I’ve come to the conclusion that it really needs to be re-written in PHP or some other scripting language.

 The Mac version is written in Java and runs on Mac OS X 10.2 or greater.

If you want to make changes to the site, please read these articles about changing permissions and how to maintain consistency.

How do I change my password? It’s easy. 

Just click on Users at the very top of that page, then type in your old password to change it. 

After you’ve changed your password, reboot the server (by clicking on Servers at the top of the page). 

Also, be sure to update any links or other references to your new FTP username, if you’ve changed it. 

There are other options for changing your password as well. For example, one could use SecureCRT or 

some other program that uses Telnet or SSH to connect directly to the machine rather than just using FTP.

How do I edit my file permissions? It’s very easy. Just go to Users in the main menu, go to your name, click on MY USERNAME in the box at the top. 

Scroll down to Edit MY PERMISSIONS in the box below.

 You’ll see all your files and folders listed in a drop-down menu. 

Select the type of permission you’d like to give them, then click OK.

 If you’re not sure what you want to give them, just leave them all “read only”.

If you have an older version of this site that is running with PHP installed, then it is possible that some functions are not working properly for some users (see tips). 

If this is the case, you’ll want to log in as Administrator and click on Users at the very top of the page. 

Then, select your name and click on MY USERNAME. 

Go down to Show/Hide PHP Functionality and uncheck that option. You will then need to reboot the server (under Server Status at the top of the page).

How do I fix errors such as “Forbidden” or “Not Found”? This is usually caused by incorrect file permissions.

 Be sure that you’re using Allow or Read permissions. It may also be that your files are not showing up because you’ve given them a 

.htaccess file that prevents anybody from viewing them without logging in first (this is a good idea). 

The only way to correct this is to remove the .htaccess file.

I can’t edit files! I get errors like “Forbidden” or “Not Found”. 

This is usually caused by incorrect file permissions. Be sure that you’re using Allow or Read permissions.

 It may also be that your files are not showing up because you’ve given them a .htaccess file that prevents anybody from viewing them without logging in first (this is a good idea). 

The only way to correct this is to remove the .htaccess file..

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