# Suggestion: new tags for web technologies

I tried to post a question...

...why are they 'questions' if this site is primarily for code review requests?

...anyway, the tags I tried to use did not exist and I don't have a high enough reputation to create them. These tags are:

, and either or (or something else suitable).

If 'The Establishment' is willing, or if some other kind soul with a reputation high enough is able to create these tags it'd be much appreciated.

(actually whilst you're at it, a suggestion tag on here wouldn't go a miss either ;)

• As @svick has noted, a tag for code-review or review-request doesn't make any sense. As for your other requested tags, you'll need to give us some indication of why you think they are needed. – Winston Ewert Sep 9 '12 at 18:40
• I see your point about the 'code-review' tag. As for the others it's simply the case that they don't exist and I need to use them. I can't see how I can give a clear indication of the question's topic without them. It's just a clarification thing. I'm not saying that they must exist, just that for me on that particular question it would be useful. – Chris Sep 10 '12 at 7:23
• The question is: what kind of questions would fit into your tags? Are there any existing questions that should have those tags? Will somebody really have a reason to look at all the media-query review questions? Tags only make sense if they are used more then a small number of times. Your tags don't have to give a complete description of your question, that's what your question is for. – Winston Ewert Sep 10 '12 at 17:22
• While this wasn't the main topic of this post, I am quite intrigued by your first question: "Why are they 'questions' if this site is primarily for code review requests?" This is a good point. I believe changing allusions of "asking a question" to "requesting a review" would help relieve some of the inappropriate "questions" we are getting. They seem to be gradually increasing in frequency, which I think may have something to do with us not being as harsh as SO in this regard, but removing the ambiguity might just help. – mseancole Sep 12 '12 at 20:25