Jul 052015

NWHFJU:  “intro & overall”

  1. NQZTDK: ‘This {post & its comments}’s ‘TOU(Terms Of Use) including copyright ©, confidentiality/privacy, info’s allowed use’ is JotHere.com’s default TOU(Terms Of Use) except: none.
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    NWOHKS:  post name:

    ‘‘constructing:  1.JotHere.com categories & their design ’NWHFJU

    1. NQZTED:  ‘‘section history additional’ ‘in reverse start order’:’ name…
      1. NQZTEQ:  now originally to next: present
        1. NQZTHB:  “per post name, add post to categories”
          1. NQZTHZ:  ‘this site’s categories NQZPXE
          2. NQZTJ3:  ‘this site’s documentation for its users NQBFBL
  3. NWOHNX:   To reply & discuss, please use JotHere.com’s default methods (click) except: none.
  4. NWOHOE:   table of contents overall for remainder: TBA +   ‘contributors including their contributions & relevant background’ +  ‘post history additional’

  5. NQZTM5:  ‘category’: category
    1. NWP2G7:  [‘category’] map as outline (display)
      1. NQZVES:  as detailed at /4593#NNGAII
        1. NQZVI5:  currently at the bottom of every page and also in the right-side-bar pull down –until better display built, notably here in this post.
      2. NQZTMP: Per /4593#NQ915Q, are here (in this post):
        1. NQZTTK:  TBA
    2. NWONFZ:  [‘category’] usage
      1. NWOQ8W:  documenting & organizing-by existing & new taxonomy/hierarchy including org-charts
        1. NWOXS1:  real example: ‘US VAMC LB HCHV NWNJPA
          1. NWOYUZ:  as it description details, it has:
            1. NWOYXF:  the official web details URL
            2. NWP1NS:  2 parents, leading to
              1. NWOYXI:  for both, all the way up thru all-else-most of the many superior levels of the US government, –info (of superior chain) which seems often hard to find & view
              2. NWP1LJ:  definitions of the abbreviations used (here for ‘VMAC’+‘LB’+‘HCHV’)
            3. NWOYYE:  ‘internal entries’ to further details for those which access to that.
        2. NWP2LE:  review:
          1. NWQYBM:  overall
            1. NWP2NN:  awesome potential with a few weeks work to fix WordPress’s limitations including incompleteness here
            2. NWP2ON:  so far steady getting better every few months
            3. NWP2T4:  currently good
          2. NWOQAT:  ‘notable pros thru cons’
            1. NWOQBQ:  reusable across multiple posts so typically for multiple users & uses  –big pro
              1. NWOQE6:  so significantly {organizing & removing redundancies of} {this content and content it organizes}
              2. NWOXI9:  includes tying in with {some expert design plus some expert knowledge}
            2.  NWOQD9:  provides automatic visualization of hierarchy map (as outline) –big pro
              1. NWOXAK:  details at /4593#NNGAII
            3. NWOQGM:  detailed Description –big pro
            4. NWOXKY:  display: a very big issue detailed at /4593#NWQZ6G
            5. NWOYF1:  category URL  —has serious bug NTLU4P
      2. NWONGF:  when editing a post
        1. NWONGT:  the editor’s Category editor
          1. NWONQG:  editing the category hierarchy
            1. NWONRG:  is buggy:
              1. NWONSB:  as can only add a category including w/o its description
              2. NWONTC:  workaround NWONTC
                1. NWONTT:  is best known
                2. NWONTZ:  is steps:
                  1. NWONV0:  use the full category editor, as (for this site) http://1.jothere.com/wp-admin/edit-tags.php?taxonomy=category
                  2. NWONVW:  in every post being edited where the last step’s changes need seeing, do workaround NWONKD
          2. NWONJ7:  showing current categories
            1. NWONJP:  is buggy: won’t be current and no refresh button
              1. NWONKD:  workaround NWONKD
                1. NWONL5:  is best known.
                2. NWONLC:  is steps:
                  1. NWONLS:  wait for draft-to auto-save (takes up to say 1 minute)
                  2. NWONMV:  reload the page by pressing the web browser’s reload button then accepting the warning
                3. NWONOB:  1st discovered at /5102#NWOMY8
    3. NTLKBU:  [‘category’] ‘Description’ (text)
      1. NWOWPR:  display: a big issue detailed at /4593#NWNYN7
      2. NWS71W:  field
        1. NWS7GB:  definition
          1. NWS7JD:  using NOLDef (as ‘‘‘definition in ‘NOLDef’ of concept’s’’)
            1. NWS808:  –could be a good idea
            2. NWS7ZK:  –will be a strong influence
          2. NWS72F:  in best appearance order:
            1. NWS737:  ‘link’
              1. NWS82X:  required potentially to provide
                1. NWS8N8:  a permanent & ideally short URL (to the category)
                  1. NWS8OB:  if that’s not the default
                2. NWS8UM:  quoted name (for easy reference to category by, to this, copy-then-paste)
            2. NWS74Y:  ‘official’ (entry)
            3. NWS74B:  ‘Wikipedia entry’
            4. NWS78U:  ‘definition’
            5. NWS73Z:  ‘parent’
              1. NWS79D:  Note multiple parents are often appropriate (though generally no more than two) so are given here.
              2. NWS7BL:  The strongest parent is selected for the WordPress category parent as that so far is limited to 1.
              3. NWS7DS:  Ideally eventually every parent should be the most immediate parent rather than some ancestor.
              4. NWS7I9:  references should use ‘link’
      3. NTLKC8:  allowing full HTML
        1.  NWS6LA:   ‘notable pros thru cons’
          1. NTLKCR:  big pro: allows the same HTML used for posts & comments to also be used here, so key for complex category descriptions in a standard format
            1. NTLQSP:  as when edit this category to not have the HTML get stripped out (well except a-tag), as WP normally does, what motivated me to create NTLKC8
          2. NTLKEP:   small con: could make description display a little tricker
        2. NWS6A7:  entry & editing
          1. NWOQH2:  working great due to plugin
          2. NWS6AT:  by default, WordPress strips out HTML codes and has no HTML WYSIWYG entry
            1. NWS6EB:  fixes
              1. NWOWTV:  providing it (WYSWYG HTML editing & entry)
                1. NWS6FL:  plugins
                  1. NWS6P6:  see column TBA in ‘WordPress plugins NMMDBV’
                  2. NTLKKN:  https://wordpress.org/plugins/allow-html-in-category-descriptions/
                    1. NTLKM9:  a few minutes ago, GS(wordpress category description filter) find 2 finds
                    2. NTLKNF:  do http://1.jothere.com/wp-admin/plugin-install.php?tab=search&s=allow-html-in-category-descriptions
                      1. NTLKUC:  it there suggests/finds more full-featured plugins but have to choose which:
                        1. NTLLCW:  ‘Visual Term Description Editor ..Replaces the plain-text category and tag description editor with a visual editor. By Shea Bunge
                          1. NTLLH1:  advantages over siblings:
                            1. NTLLL3:  ‘This plugin’s code is available on GitHub. ’
                            2. NTLME2:  does NTLLXO?
                              1. NTLMI4:  searching for answer as GS(“Visual Term Description Editor” “custom post types”) and https://github.com/sheabunge/visual-term-description-editor/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&q=post+type doesn’t find me anything
                              2. NTLMJI:  I’m guessing likelihood 60%
                            3. NTLLSW:  ‘Works on all taxonomies, including .. link categories’
                            4. NTLM93:  ‘multisite-compatible’
                          2. NTLMTX:  decide to start with this
                            1. NTLMUH:  as worried about NTLME2 but like NTLLL3
                            2. NTLMYT:   ‘Install Now’: get & do ‘ Successfully installed the plugin Visual Term Description Editor 1.3.1Activate Plugin
                            3. NTLNBV:  so far (2 entries) working flawlessly!
                            4. NTLUGU:  note: after adding new category, a new category form displays using the description (and parent) of the last category
                              1. NTLUIJ:  At first I thought this was a bug but it appears to be intentional and is actually quite handy to create the next category similar to the last one.
                        2. NTLLLS:  ‘Rich Text Tags .. The Rich Text Tags Plugin allows you to edit tag, category, and taxonomy descriptions using WordPress’ built in WYSIWYG editor. By Katz Web Services, Inc.
                          1. NTLLN9:  advantages over siblings:
                            1. NTLLOF:  ‘10,000+ Active Installs’ instead of ‘2,000+’
                            2. NTLLXO:  ‘Works with .. custom post types, introduced in WP 3.0’
                            3. NTLLTR:  ‘’Now supports user biography fields!’
                            4. NTLM28:  help ‘To learn how to show taxonomy descriptions, read more on the plugin page.’
                        3. NTLMP2:  ‘CategoryTinymce  Version: 3.6.3 Provides the ability to add a fully functional tinymce editor to the category and tag editor to style up the introductory information  By Kevin Heath
                          1. NTLMPU:  advantages over siblings:
                            1. NTLLIY:  ‘Last Updated: 2 months ago’ instead of ~‘1 year ago’
                            2. NTLMQD:  CON: ‘4.0 rating based on 9 ratings’
                        4. NTLMXK:  no others on quick look
          3. NWS6J8:  (HTML description) display
            1. NWS6T2:  covered in Description display including:
              1. NWS6ZV:  stripped out
                1. NWS703:  by category widget display
    4. NTLU0S:  [‘category’] URL aka link
      1. NTLU1T:  by WordPress default
        1. NWRCUG:  is of form ‘http://<domain/>/[‘Category base’]/([category slug ]/){for each category in path down to selected category}’
          1. NTLU4P:  so really long & {breaks easily: whenever itself or any ancestor category ~renamed}
            1. NWOYHC:  –fix eventually via ‘short permalink’
          2. NTLU2N:  example: http://1.jothere.com/category/structure-nmebjg/dimensions-0-or-more-nme6ck/time-other-dimensions-nme6re/spacetime-nme6mg/location-geography-nme7sb/connected-spacetime-nmggzw/life-form-m23n9o/social-m9y797/romance-m1x6ts
          3. NWR8W9:  real example at #NWR8VH
      2. NTLU6J:  ‘short permalink’
        1. NTLU6X:  notably referring to the category by its number
        2. NWREI9:  WordPress default:
          1. NWREJL:  ‘As of WordPress 3.0, most of this plugin[ Simple Short Links]’s original features have been incorporated into WordPress itself.’ says a plugin
          2. NWREIP:  real example: http://1.jothere.com/?cat=670c
          3. NWREPG:  expands to the default form
            1. NWREQN:  but then has that form’s problems.
        3. NTLU7N:  does not seem to exist in default plugin so fix needed:
          1. NTLU8G:  to be done
        4. NTLU8X:  plugins that fix:
          1. NWRCIB:  see column NWRC0T in ‘WordPress plugins NMMDBV’
      3. NWR8RC:  ‘Category base’
        1. NWR8RK:  is, for every category URL, the path fragment between the domain name and the category identifier.
        2. NWR8SO:  defaults to ‘category/’
          1. NWR8VH:  for instance, http://1.jothere.com/category/structure-nmebjg/dimensions-0-or-more-nme6ck/../us-hud-vashunited-states-department-of-housing-and-urban-development-and-veterans-administrations-supported-housing-program-nt6tfy
        3. NWR8R7:  is displayed & set at http://1.jothere.com/wp-admin/options-permalink.php
      4. NWRCN5:   ‘‘section history additional’ ‘in reverse start order’:’
        1. NWRCNF:  cut points:
          1. NTLU14:  for display
          2. NWOYFI:  by default, is too long & easy to break
    5. NQZTPE:  [‘category’]  design
      1. NQZUD1:  every name is ended by ‘ [guid]’
        1. NQZUFH:  where ‘[guid]’ is a globally unique permanent ID for the category
          1.  NQZUFN:  so far a KCGUID
      2. NQZUQM:  parenting
        1. NQZUM6:  what does `A’s parent is B’ mean?
          1. NQZUNC:  ‘subset’: as much as possible, that `every A’ is a subset of ‘every B’
        2. NQZURM:  by  ‘subset’, many objects can actually have multiple parents.
          1. NQZUT9:  For example, WordPress is both a CMS and a product of Automatic.
          2. NQZUUE:  in these cases,
            1. NQZV1H:  as son as  categories can be made to else do have any number of parents,
              1. NQZV36:  Use it.
              2. NQZV3R:  Until then,
                1. NQZUUR:  the most important parent from the average person’s perspective is used as the display parent, and the additional parents are listed in the category’s description text.
                  1. NQZV5R:  For example, WordPress would be primarily listed under CMS (as that’s is most key feature) and have an additional parent of ‘Automatic product or service’
      3. NQZTWS:  Just-in-time creation
        1. NQZTXH:  meaning created when it doesn’t already exist and 1 or more of:
          1. NQZU0C:  an existing post needs it to well categorize it
          2. NQZU0R:  certain existing categories need it to properly group them
      4. NQZTU3:  which word(s) to designate as a category
        1. NQZU26:  which rough synonym
          1. NQZU39:  favor (in rough order)
            1. NQZU42:  popular
            2. NQZU49:  general meaning that produces clean categorization
            3. NQZU5F:  unambiguous meaning
              1. NQZU7C:  not essential because of easy fix
            4. NQZUAX:  not word(s)  which are derogatory or have over-tones unless that’s the point here.
        2. NQZUHK:  which conjugation to pick
          1. NQZUIU:  the noun form
            1. NQZUJW:  avoiding ‘-ing’ endings
              1. NQZUKL:  started ~2 days ago.
            2. NQZUJD:  as this is simple plus easiest to achieve ‘subset’
        3. NQZU8F:  if words are reasonably ambiguous, will end them with a parenthetical saying the context
          1. NQZU9E:  example ‘post (publishing) LXYYH2
      5. NQZUWO:  category’s description (text) –see details of that link for, embedded, the  extensions designed & made
      6. NQZTTW:  much more TBA
    6. NQZTOV:  all available docs found via ‘this site’s categories NQZPXE
  6. “motivation”
  7.  “success of this”

  8.  annex
  9.  NWOIEN:  ‘contributors including their contributions & relevant background’
    1. NWOIIC:   more authors possible, all the way from giving feedback to helping edit this wiki-page; just follow to reply
    2. NWOJ29:   from most contributing
      1. NWOJ2O:   AnytimeInnovator
        1. NWOJ4Q:  core design & implementation
      2. NWOJM0:  MissionFirst
        1. NWOJMY:  starting with #NWOGWL
  10. NQZTCU:  ‘post history additional’‘‘post history additional’ ‘in reverse start order’:’
    1. NWOGWL:  starting now, contributions by me MissionFirst, in reverse order
      1. NWS9SM: ‘{post.status.snapshot{;date ’20151025Sun0900pst‘;after ID ’minutes 0‘;revision ’4‘;version0.4‘;words ’1869‘;as ’more TODO but from sluggish performance, need OS restart‘;do ’Update‘}}’
      2.  NWOYB0:  add #NWONFZ; cuts (temp)
        1. NWOY10:  including description display: see /4593#NWQXQ9
        2. NWOY1W:  for category map –see that
      3. NWOJSN:   TODO: finish completing updates + organize + proofread + verify links +spellcheck;{update IDs to latest format: __ replacements}
      4. NWOH0V: (20151023pst0746) update post to {latest format so that of present post of /5102#NWN48N}, cutting unneeded points:
        1. NQZTE0:   none.
        2.  “post edits overall history table, by increasing start-time”
          “entry ID” “action” “why” “word cnt”  “ver #” “s#” “date (typ fr earliest ID)”
          1. .
    2. NTNRCQ:   ‘{post.status.snapshot: date ’20150825Tue1451pst‘; after ID’ minutes 0~‘; revision ’3‘; words ’1081‘; version ’0.3‘; as ’not pretty but has useful info & finished editing for now‘, do ’Update 1‘}’.
    3. NTLKFK:  ‘{post.status.snapshot: date ’20150824Mon1026pst‘; after ID’ minutes 0~‘; revision ’2‘; words ’653‘; version ’0.2‘; as ’need to make improve:‘, do ’a few min ago, started adding NTLKBU‘}’.
    4. NQZVLF:  ‘{post.status.snapshot: date ’20150704Sat2012pst‘; after ID’ minutes 0~‘; revision ’1‘; words ’237‘; version ’0.1‘; as ’not complete but a usable good start‘, do ’Publish 1‘}’.
    5. NQZTCK:    adding initial content
    6. NQZT6Z:  ‘{post.status.snapshot: date ’20150704Sat1921pst‘; after ID’ minutes 0~‘; revision ’1‘; words ’237‘; version ’0‘; as ’stuff to record & ideally share starting with now cutting-ing endings‘, do ’“now {via “Copy to a new draft”, so of {then latest modified post to get a reasonable template, so http://1.JotHere.com/4795#NQVDRD}, so of then its latest saved version, so with last entry “ NQWK19”} created {this here post, so” http://1.JotHere.com/4805#NQZTAB “} then cut {all its content not to be reused here, so the content just applying to the template, so all the posts’ fully stated points including their KCGUIDs}.”‘}’.