WordPress: Using Tags

Like categories, tags help to organize the posts on your site, as well as provide searchable key words that make it easier for users to find your content.  Tags are more descriptive than categories and are completely optional to your post.

To add a tag, simply go to the Tag box on the edit post screen.  You can type them in and hit “Add,” or by hitting “Enter” on your keyboard.

You can add multiple tags at a time by putting commas in between each word that you want to be a tag.

When you are done, hit “Publish” on your post.  Depending on your theme and widgets, your tags can be shown on your post or in the side bar, which will lead to any other post which you have used these tags in.

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