TaxoPress 3.4 is available and it has significant upgrades to the “Suggest Terms” feature. Suggest Terms is now more powerful, and easier to use. This feature helps when you’re writing in WordPress. It becomes much easier for you to find the best taxonomy terms for your content.
One TaxoPress user asked us if there was an easy way to show Tags on their WordPress post. Their theme did not automatically show the Tags on the posts. This is possible with the “Terms for Current Post” feature in TaxoPress. Your Tags (and other terms) can be shown in three ways:
One TaxoPress user asked us if there is a limit to the number of sub-categories they can create on their WordPress site. The simple answer is “No”. There is no technical limit to how deep your nested categories can go. In the image below, I’ve created 10 levels of categories:
Auto Links is one of the most popular features in TaxoPress. It can really help improve your site’s SEO and its content structure. Version 3.2 has major improvements to the Auto Links feature. You can set Auto Links to automatically create links to your defined terms. For example, if you set a term called “WordPress”, […]
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 […]
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.