By default vim treats two words connected with an underscore e.g.
search_tag as a vim word text-object.
This is very useful because you can then use motions and commands on them such as
daw to delete a word, or
ciw to change inside the word.
That is not the case for dash separated words e.g.
search-tag. These types of words are very common in CSS class names and HTML IDs.
To make vim treat dash separated words as a word text-object simply add the following to your
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