Add Terms

TaxoPress has a feature that allows you to quickly add terms to your content.

You will find this feature on the “Manage Terms” screen in TaxoPress. This feature works for any WordPress taxonomy.

This feature allows you to add a term to every post on your site.

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…

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.

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When you install a new WordPress site, there are two taxonomies (Categories and Tags) and one term (Uncategorized). Every WordPress post must have at least one category. By default, this required category is “Uncategorized“, but that name isn’t useful or relevant for most sites. So in this guide, we’ll show you how to replace “Uncategorized”….

TaxoPress Pro Can Automatically Create Terms for All Your WordPress Content

TaxoPress Pro has a new feature which can analyze your content and automatically create new terms. This will be very useful for anyone who add a lot of content on their WordPress site. Let’s see an example of how this new feature works. I’ve created a new post, using the text from the “About Us”…