Allow some cut tags to work on the entry page
Currently, cut tags only work in non-entry view (reading page, recent entries, day view). All cut tags are immediately opened on the entry page. Allow some cut tags to still be present on the entry page, expanding via the arrow or a link to another page.
From the news post, "Here's a nifty trick which may not be immediately obvious: you can nest your cut tags, which I've heard can work for things like having multiple layers of warnings. ... The nesting only works if you expanded the outermost cut dynamically. If you visit the entry directly, all the contents of all the cut tags are immediately visible."
I can think of cases where it might be nice to have the cut tag remain on the entry page, most specifically to allow protection of not-safe-for-work or spoileriffic content even if people are linked directly. (Link to the day is a good workaround for that, provided the person hasn't posted too much for one day - but it's an extra step to get it and many people might not bother.)
This was previously suggested and rejected at http://dw-suggestions.dreamwidth.org/
What I propose is both of the following:
1. Add the ability to retrieve a link to a post that treats it as though it were on the day page, but includes only that post. http://dw-suggestions.dreamwidth.org/
2. Possibly - and this one may be the more questionable of the two - add the ability for me as an author to state that I want a cut tag to display even on the main entry page. In that case, the arrow would open it up, and the link would go to the same page with ?style=showall (http://dw-suggestions.dreamwidth.org/
I think this allows for good control of cut tags and display, without adding options that have to be chased down in settings, and without altering the behavior of any existing pages (or requiring any alterations in user behavior to continue to use existing functionality).
Should be implemented as-is.
Should be implemented with changes. (please comment)
Shouldn't be implemented.
(I have no opinion)
(Other: please comment)