Learn How to Organize Your WordPress Site with TaxoPress Videos
One of the most common requests we've had from TaxoPress users has been video guides.
Yes, there's a lot of TaxoPress documentation available, but many people are visual learners. So we've filmed a series of introductory videos to all the key TaxoPress features.
You can click here to visit the main TaxoPress channel on YouTube.
We've also added the videos to this post so you can scroll down and watch them on this page.
Introduction to TaxoPress
How to Use the Terms Display Feature
The Terms Display feature in TaxoPress allows you to create a customizable display of all the terms in one taxonomy. With such a terms display you can show a cloud or list of the terms used on your site. For example, you can create a “Tag Cloud” showing all your WooCommerce product categories, or you can create a list of all the tags on bbPress topics. Click here for more details.
How to Use the Terms for Current Post Feature
The “Current Post” feature in TaxoPress allows you to customize the displays of terms for single posts. The terms for each post can be shown in three ways:
- With the “Terms for Current Post” shortcode.
- With the “Terms for Current Post” widget.
- TaxoPress can try and automatically add the terms to your content.
Click here for more on the Current Post feature.
How to Use the Related Posts Feature
The Related Posts feature in TaxoPress allows you to show content that is related to the current post. This feature works by checking for shared taxonomy terms. So if your post has the terms “Vegetables” and “Food”, then this feature will likely display other posts that also have the terms “Vegetables” and “Food”. The more terms that are shared, the more likely a post is to show in the “Related Posts” feature. Click here for more on the Related Posts feature.
How to Use the Auto Links Feature
The Auto Links feature in TaxoPress will automatically add links to your content. If you have a term called “WordPress”, the Auto Links feature will find any instances of “WordPress” in your content and add links to the archive page for that term. This means that occurrences of “WordPress” will link to /tag/wordpress. Click here for more on the Auto Links feature.
How to Use the Auto Terms Feature
The Auto Terms feature can scan your content and automatically assign new and existing terms. You can either choose to add existing terms that are already on your site, or you can create and add new terms. Click here for more on the Auto Terms feature.
How to Use the Suggest Terms Feature
The Suggest Terms feature helps when you're writing content in WordPress. It becomes much easier for you to find the best taxonomy terms for your content. Click here for more on the Suggest Terms feature.