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How Many Levels of Sub-Categories Do WordPress Categories Support?

One TaxoPress user asked us about using WordPress Categories. They wanted to know if there’s a limit to the number of sub-categories they can create on their WordPress site. This ability to have a parent term is one key difference between Categories and Tags. The simple answer is “No”. There is no technical limit to…

Change a Private Taxonomy to a Public Taxonomy in WordPress

In WordPress there are two types of taxonomy: public and private. A public taxonomy is designed to be seen and used by your site visitors. Some good examples of public taxonomies are Tags and Categories for WordPress posts, or Product Tags and Product Categories in WooCommerce. When you add terms to these taxonomies, you normally…

How to Show Tags and Categories in WordPress Search Results

Here at TaxoPress, our plugins allow you to manage Tags, Categories and all your WordPress taxonomy terms. If you use terms correctly, visitors can use Tags and Categories to find content they’re interested in. In another post, we explained how to display Categories and Tags on your site. However, there’s a limitation in the WordPress…

What Are Terms in WordPress?

WordPress, the world’s most popular content management system, is packed with jargon that can sometimes be confusing for beginners. One such piece of jargon is “terms”. You’ll hear the word “terms” associated with Tags and Categories. What exactly are terms in WordPress? Let’s dive deep and demystify this concept.

What’s the Difference Between WordPress Categories and Tags?

Tags and Categories are a great tool for WordPress users. They can help you organize your site content and improve your site’s search engine optimization. When you start a new WordPress site, Tags and Categories are two of the very first features you will see. We have a detailed guide to Tags and another detailed…

What are Tags in WordPress?

Here at TaxoPress, our plugins allow you to manage Tags, Categories and all your WordPress taxonomy terms. If that sentence doesn’t make sense to you, we’re here to help! Tags are a great tool for WordPress users. They can help you organize your site content and improve your site’s search engine optimization. By organizing your…