I have a problem with the xbCulture components when it comes to uninstalling them.

When a link points to an anchor within a page (like this ) the page opens with the target right at the top of the window which can make it a bit hard to follow.

A simple way to improve it is to add the following style

[id] {
	scroll-margin-top: 1.75ex;

I use 1.75ex as that makes the line immediately above the target not fully visible so the eye goes to the first complete line. Using 2ex makes the line above complete, which I still find confusing. 

It often annoys me (slightly) that many (most) sites don't provide any hint to the user if a link is set to open in a new window/tab or the same one.

I'm aware that there is a class of purists who believe that the end user should be always king and they should decide whether or not a link should open in the same tab or a fresh one.

There are two problems with this.

Finally I have discovered how to do this satisfactorily.

My requirement is to be able to create some tags - for example when installing xbCulture Components or when converting xbRefs Text References to Tag References in xbRefMan. These tags need to have a description and parent set as well as just a title so the simple function in TagsHelper::createTagsFromField(array()) does not cut the mustard. It only lets you create simple tags with just a title, and has a weird syntax whereby the title string has to be prefixed with #new#