One of the key features of WordPress is its taxonomies. These taxonomies are better known as categories and tags – although its possible to create custom taxonomies, each with their own individual names. Categories and tags are applied to posts in WordPress, not pages, and their purpose is to help you better organize your content so it’s easier for your readers to navigate and find their way around your website. Categories and tags are both very useful tools to have your disposal when creating blog posts, so this makes it well worth spending a few minutes to get a better understanding of how they work, and how you can use them effectively on your website. So to help you get the most from taxonomies, here is our guide to WordPress categories and tags. How to Create and Manage Categories and Tags It’s important to have a good understanding of categories and tags before rushing off to create them. However, to ensure you are familiar with this aspect of WordPress, let’s take a quick look at where you will find them in your admin area, and how you can go about managing categories and tags, before we cover how to use them most effectively. Both the category and tag management pages can be
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