WordPress: Categories

Categories are designed to organize your posts and make it easier for visitors to search through your site’s content.  To create a category, go to “Posts” in the sidebar and select “Categories.”

Now give your category a name for when it appears on your site.  Next give it a slug, which is a URL-friendly version of the name.  You can assign a current category as a parent, which turns this one into a subcategory to help you further organize your content.  Finally, you can add a description so you know what each category is for.

When you are done, click “Add New Category.” If you ever need to make changes to a category, hover over the one you wish to change and click “Edit.”

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