Here at TaxoPress, our plugins allow you to manage Categories, Tags, and all your WordPress taxonomy terms. If that sentence doesn’t make sense to you, I’m here to help! Categories 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…
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”….
If you are running a WordPress site for a long time, it’s easy to end up with a lot of taxonomy terms. And many of your WordPress Categories or Tags with have overlapping or duplicate meanings. For example, a website may have terms for “Blue”, “Aquamarine”, “Navy Blue”, and “Turquoise”. All of these words have…
Logtivity is an awesome activity log that can track all your WordPress sites. One big advantage for TaxoPress users is that Logtivity can track changes to your taxonomy terms.
In version 3.6.1, the Terms screen has several improvements, based on feedback from users. Here’s an overview of what’s new in TaxoPress.
TaxoPress 3.6 is available now with a new “Terms” screen. You can use this feature to manage and search all the terms on your site.
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.