Categorizing Your Content - Taxonomy
Content can be categorized by both feature-specific categories, or by site-wide categories. Categorizing your content can be quite useful to both you and the users of your site. For instance you may have a blog entry, a review of a new book on Camus, and you may choose to categorize this blog post as "Camus", "absurdism", and "literary criticism". Meanwhile you may also have posted some class material that focused on literary criticism on a different topic, which you categorize as "literary criticism". Both the class material and your blog post on Camus can now appear together if a user searches your site for "literary criticism" or clicks on the category links that will appear in your posts.
What is a vocabulary?A vocabulary is a set of terms that apply to a particular topic or type of content.
TagsThe default vocabulary for your site is called "tags" and applies to every content type. It uses the concept of "free-tagging". Free-tagging means that you enter a term or terms when you create or edit a post. These terms then become associated with the post and become part of the vocabulary.
Modifying a vocabulary or termYou can edit a vocabulary or any of its terms by clicking on the edit link to the right of the item.
Adding a new vocabularyTo add a new vocabulary to your site, click on the +Add new vocabulary link. You will see a pop-up window appear where you can select the settings for the vocabulary, including name, description, help text. You can also specific which content types that the vocabulary should apply for and if multiple terms can be selected for one post.
Adding category terms
You can add new category terms by clicking +Add new term to this vocabulary.