In the third and final part of this series, I briefly cover the basics of adding “Custom Taxonomies” to a WordPress site and offer some useful tips on how to get the most out of them.
The second part of the “WordPress & Taxonomies” series brings us to “Categories” and “Tags,” the two default taxonomies in WordPress and two frequently misunderstood features.
“Taxonomy.” That’s a weird-looking, poly-syllabic word that might be a bit scary, but you’ve seen them and used them all over the web. Learn what they are dive into this three-part series on taxonomies and WordPress.
Old technologies and desktop publish have led many people to think of editing a web page as if it were a single piece of information, stored in one location, and edited in one place. It’s not.