LINUX QUESTIONS MUST BE PROGRAMMING RELATED. Use this tag only if your question relates to programming using Linux APIs or Linux-specific behavior, not just because you happen to run your code on Linux. If you need Linux support you can try https://unix.stackexchange.com or https://askubuntu.com
MySQL is a free, open source Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) that uses Structured Query Language (SQL). DO NOT USE this tag for other DBs such as SQL Server, SQLite etc. These are different DBs which all use SQL to manage the data.
PHP is a widely used, high-level, dynamic, object-oriented and interpreted scripting language primarily designed for server-side web development.
WordPress is a free content management system used to build and maintain websites. Its ease of use and unique blogging features have helped it become the most popular blogging tool on the web
The ASP.NET MVC Framework is an open source web application framework and tooling that implements a version of the model-view-controller (MVC) pattern tailored towards web applications and built upon an ASP.NET technology foundation.
Questions about using the command-line interface (CLI).
All lines of MacBook, MacBook Air and MacBook Pro portable computers.
For questions on connecting devices together so that they can communicate with each other, as well as questions on networking equipment such as routers and switches.
MongoDB is a scalable, high-performance, open source, document-oriented NoSQL database. It supports a large number of languages and application development platforms. Questions about server administration can be asked on http://dba.stackexchange.com.
C++ is a general-purpose programming language. It was originally designed as an extension to C, and keeps a similar syntax, but is now a completely different language. Use this tag for questions about code (to be) compiled with a C++ compiler. Use a version specific tag for questions related to a specific standard revision [C++11], [C++17], etc.
Android is Google's mobile operating system, used for programming or developing digital devices (Smartphones, Tablets, Automobiles, TVs, Wear, Glass, IoT). For topics related to Android, use Android-specific tags such as android-intent, not intent, android-activity, not activity, android-adapter, not adapter etc. For questions other than development or programming, but related to Android framework, use the link: https://android.stackexchange.com.
a lightweight, high-performance HTTP server, reverse proxy, TCP stream proxy and mail proxy, released under a BSD-like license.
the brand name for a series of operating systems from Microsoft. Instead of tagging a post "Windows", try to use a more specific
iOS is the mobile operating system running on the Apple iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Use this tag [ios] for questions related to programming on the iOS platform. Use the related tags [objective-c] and [swift] for issues specific to those programming languages.