TaxoPress 3.1 is now available for download in both Free and Pro versions. This release improves how TaxoPress can display related posts. This is a great feature to encourage users to stay on your site, and it can also help your site’s SEO. Here’s the very short explanation of this feature … If your post […]
The slogan for TaxoPress is “Organize your WordPress”. That applies to content on the frontend of your site, but also to the admin area. We often have TaxoPress users who want to organize their content privately. They want a taxonomy that is only used and seen in the WordPress admin area. With the TaxoPress plugin, […]
Both Categories and Tags are “taxonomies” and they can help you sort your content. However, on a normal WordPress site, both Categories and Tags are only available for Posts. This means that you do not have any options to organize your Pages … unless you use a plugin such as TaxoPress.
TaxoPress 3.0.7 is now available for download in both Free and Pro versions. This release improves how TaxoPress can display all the terms for one post.
TaxoPress 3.0.6 is now available for download in both Free and Pro versions. This release improves how TaxoPress can display all the terms in a taxonomy.
Today, we’ve released TaxoPress Pro which will have advanced features for organizing your site. This first version allows you to create as many “Term Displays” as you want.
TaxoPress 3.0.4 is now available for download on WordPress.org. This is a major release that turns TaxoPress into a full taxonomy-management plugin.
TaxoPress 3.0.3 is now available for download on WordPress.org. As with the previous releases, we’re cleaning up the UI. We’re making some features easier to use and also showcasing hidden features that you might not have discovered in TaxoPress.
TaxoPress 3.0.2 is now available. This version has improved support for the Dandelion API. You can use this feature to suggest Tags based on your content. There are also improvements for the “Auto Terms” screen.
We had an interesting question from a TaxoPress user this week. They wanted to remove the “tag” part of their site’s permalinks. By default, WordPress tags will be located at URLs such as /tag/wordpress/ and /tag/tutorials/. They wanted to change those URLs to be simply /wordpress/ and /tutorials/. One solution is possible using the WordPress […]