Instead of manually adding tags to your WordPress posts, you can automatically generate them from post title,excerpt and content. Great for multi author and multi-blog WordPress sites where you have a lot of members and you want them all to tag their content before publishing it online. In this tutorial we are sharing a list of some good and tested automatic tagger plugins.
You can keep some specific tags hidden from tag lists and tag clouds of your WordPress site. You can very easily specify a list of tags whom you like keeping hidden and these selected tags will go invisible for your website users and won’t show up on the places like tag clouds and post tags lists present below the post etc while keeping their archives safe and accessible.
By default WordPress automatically shows you tag suggestions when you start typing tags for your blog posts but sometimes this is very irritating, specially if you have a large number of tags in your WordPress site. This tutorial explains you an easy way to turn off automatic tag suggestions on tags metabox visible on edit post screens.
Tilted Tag Cloud Widget generates a cloud of your WordPress site’s most used tags. With this plugin you can show a colorful cloud of tags overlapping and tilted, creating a cluster.
Yes you can easily delete all unused tags using a handy tool and clean-up your WordPress database using Mass Delete Unused Tags plugin.
With new WordPress plugin called Wikipedia for tag pages you can display tag related excerpts direct from Wikipedia to your blog’s tag archive pages. For Example: If you are using ‘WordPress’ as tag then the plugin will show a small description on WordPress (in specified language) on a sidebar widget by searching it on Wikipedia.
You can specify multiple languages for the widget to query using the Wikipedia’s API. The language that has an article that matches the tag has its article displayed.
Earlier we discussed about the plugins you can use for displaying tag clouds inside an individual page. Now this tutorial explains your how you can beautifully display your website categories, tags and (OR) other custom taxonomies in a columns.
BuddyPress Activity tab displays the site wide list of status updates and other activity streams. This article explains you how you can get tags from each new blog posts activity and display the most commonly used ones.
Showing Tweets relevant to post tags is a very popular feature used in various high ranking websites. This tutorial explains you how you can enable this and few other features for showing Tweets relevant to your blog posts, from a Twitter list or from a Hashtag etc in your WordPress site.
Just like you pass tags in your WordPress blog posts; you can also tag images using a free WordPress plugin called WP Media Tagger. The plugin is extensively configurable and comes packed with a bunch of features enabling WordPress media tagging and search & media taxonomy etc.
In last tutorial we discussed about hiding selected categories from specific user role types. Now this tutorial explains you different ways of hiding and limiting category display in your website.
WordPress.Com’s Hot Topics Page displays a full page cloud of popular tags. Now you can display same kind of Tag and Post Archive Cloud in your self-hosted WordPress blog pages or posts by using new WordPress plugin called Post Tags and Archives.
Few days ago we discussed about removing the category base from permalinks of your WordPress blog posts. Now this tutorial explains you how you can remove tag base from permalinks your blog posts.
This tutorial is about extending shortcode functionality of popular Media Tags plugin. Tag listings available by
[media-tags media_tags="my-tag"] are intended only for images and other attachments produce invalid list items. This is where Multi-Media-Tags comes to the rescue. The attachments MIME type (like image/png, video/ogg or application/json) decides how to appropriately format the attachment.
There many WordPress plugins you can use for displaying most commented or most viewed WordPress blog posts as sidebar widget. But, in this article we are discussing about a tabbed widget plugin that lets you show most commented, most viewed, tags and more at the same time using different widget tabs as shown in the given screenshot.
Learn categorizing BuddyPress site groups by assigning tags to them. You can easily show a clickable tag cloud above the group listings or as a sidebar widget.
By default WordPress doesn’t provide you the option to add tags in pages, you have this option only for posts. WordPress Plugin Repository has a brand new plugin which automatically adds tags feature to pages and you can display page tags in widget too like you do for posts.
Here are four plugins you can use for displaying animated tag cloud in WordPress.
Add tags automatically rather than manually. Using Automatic Post Tagger plugin by Devtard all you have to do is create a list of tags with related words for each of them and this plugin automatically adds relevant tags when a post is published or updated. Also it offers you the feature to import those tags which are already present in your database and assign them to all posts.
Now make blogging more easy and fast by automatically adding most relevant tags to your WordPress blog posts.
Display colorful tag cloud in your WordPress site using the most configurable tag cloud widget.