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