WordPress Categories

Categories and Tags are the two main ways to organize your WordPress content.

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 or other post types … unless you use a plugin such as TaxoPress.

How to Choose Default Taxonomy Terms in WordPress

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”….

What Characters Are Allowed in WordPress Taxonomy Terms?

Tags, Categories and other taxonomy terms are in important part of WordPress. They are the normal way to organize your WordPress content. However, terms are different from posts, media files, menus and other WordPress features. They have their own restrictions on what you can and can not do with them. This includes the characters you…

Automatically Move WordPress Posts to a New Category or Tag

Do you know how to automatically modify WordPress posts on a future date? This is not always easy. Let’s take the example of expiring posts on a future date. Most frequently, WordPress users rely on tedious manual methods to get rid of expired posts. They have to set themselves calendar reminders to log in and…