Web Applications launched before us as a beta, and they had a red faq tag.

Cooking launched after us as a beta, and they got a red faq tag.

In fact, Web Masters launched alongside us as a beta, and they started with a red faq tag!

But ours, well, see for yourself:

It hasn't really been problematic that it's a normal tag: in-site it's used pretty responsibly by everyone. But someone down the line is eventually going to point out the inconsistency with our site compared to others. And, well, I suppose that someone happens to be me.

I'm also a mite curious as to know why we didn't get a red tag in the first place, so if there is an explanation that would be neat. ♪


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Not sure why this wasn't done, but it is fixed. (:

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