First of all, I'm spanish. Sorry if I've gramatical errors or if I don't build the sentences well.
There are several articles that use the tools to change the color of the text for making whole paragraphs of the same color than the background (FFFFFF, pure white). This makes the text to be invisible until you scroll the text with the mouse.
I suggest adding a new tag: hidden-text. Every article that has camouflaged text would wear this tag. This will serve for two purposses:
- The readers could find all the articles that use this tool, if they want.
- If someone doubts if one article has hidden text, he could just go down and just look at the tags, instead of having to scroll all the text. In big articles, this'd save some time.
This'd apply too if an article has a background wich isn't white, but camouflage text using the color. However, another ways of hiding text (I don't know anyone, but there'd probably be) couldn't use this tag.
What do you think?