TaxoPress is the WordPress Tag, Category, and Taxonomy Manager
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TaxoPress allows you to create and manage Tags, Categories and all your WordPress taxonomy terms. With the TaxoPress plugin, you can build new taxonomies, and add them to any post type.
In TaxoPress, you can manage taxonomies, and also terms. There are tools for you to add, rename, remove, delete and even merge terms. TaxoPress also enables to use your terms for advanced features such as Related Posts and Tag Clouds.
Key Features in TaxoPress
- Manage taxonomies: You can create new taxonomies and edit all the settings for each taxonomy.
- Related Posts: Shows lists of posts with similar tags and categories
- Tag Clouds: Create dynamic tag clouds with many configuration options.
- Manage terms: Quickly add, rename, remove, delete and even merge terms.
- Automatically create terms from posts: TaxoPress can analyze your posts and automatically create relevant Tags and Categories.
- Automatically suggest terms from posts: TaxoPress can use the Dandelion API and OpenCalais API to analyze your WordPress content and suggest Tags that you can add to your post.
- Automatically link words to terms: If you have a term called “WordPress”, the Auto Links feature will find any instances of “WordPress” in your content and add link to the archive page for that tag.
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Feature #1. Create and Manage Taxonomies
TaxoPress can manage all the taxonomies created by WordPress and your plugins and themes. You can change the settings for each taxonomy. For example, you can change the visual labels, and control whether the taxonomy is organized in parent-child relationships. You can also assign your taxonomies to different post types.
Feature #2. How to Show Related Posts
TaxoPress can display posts that are related to the current post. This feature works by checking for shared taxonomy terms. 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.
Feature #3. How to Add Tag Clouds
TaxoPress allows you to show a cloud of the Tags used on your site. The most popular tags are shown in a large font. The Tag Cloud can be show in one of three ways:
- With a shortcode.
- With the “Tag Cloud” widget.
- With PHP code in your template files.
Feature #4. How to Manage Terms
The “Manage Terms” screen in TaxoPress provides you with several useful tools to manage the terms on your site. These tools can be used with any taxonomy. Here
- Add terms: Quickly add terms to your content.
- Rename terms: Change the name of your terms in bulk.
- Merge terms: Combine existing terms together. Very useful for fixing typos in your terms.
- Remove terms: Remove terms from all posts, without deleting those terms.
- Delete terms: Delete terms in bulk.
- Delete unused terms: Delete any terms that are rarely used.
Feature #5. How to Automatically Create Terms
This feature allows WordPress to examine your post content and title for specified terms and automatically add those terms as Tags. Here’s an example of how it works:
- You add “WordPress” to the keywords list in TaxoPress.
- If your post content or title contains the word “WordPress”, then TaxoPress will automatically add “WordPress” as a term for this post.
Feature #6. How to Automatically Suggest Terms
The Suggested Tags feature in TaxoPress will analyze your WordPress content and suggest Tags that you can add to your post. The default option is “Local Tags”. These are Tags that have already been created on your site. It is possible to use APIs to automatically suggest Tags for your content. The Dandelion API and OpenCalais API integrations can analyze your Posts and Pages and automatically make suggestions for new Tags.
Feature #7. How to Link Words to Terms
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 a link to the archive page for that tag. So any instances of “WordPress” will link to /tag/wordpress.