Using Tags

Introduce your users to 'Tags' with this professional quality unbranded video tutorial and connect your readers to the content that interests them.

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This professional quality unbranded flash / HTML5 video introduces users to organizing posts into ‘Tags’.

You can use it, and our other white label videos, as your branded tutorials to users, clients or internal staff… and have them automatically updated with every version of WordPress.

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This ‘Tags’ tutorial covers:

  • Understanding tags
  • Locating ‘Tags’
  • Adding a group of tags
  • Front-end display

Like ‘Categories’, ‘Tags’ help organize the posts on your site by providing searchable keywords and linking related posts. Tags are generally more specific than categories.

You can add a tag using the ‘Tags’ module in the post editor. Simply type the word you would like to use as a keyword and click ‘Add’.

Type a keyword and click add.
Type a keyword and click add.

You can add a group of tags to a post by separating them with commas. The ‘Choose from the most used tags’ link provides quick access to a list of popular tags on your site.

Depending on your theme and widgets, ‘Tags’ can display in both your posts and sidebars. Clicking a tag will take you to a list of tags containing that same keyword.

Clicking a tag opens a list of  posts with the same keyword.
Clicking a tag opens a list of posts with the same keyword.

Using ‘Tags’ correctly provides your users, clients and internal staff a powerful recourse for connecting readers to the content they find most interesting.

 

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2. Make sure you’ve registered your domain on our Support Video API page here.

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