1. wordpress-tags

Tags - WordPress Dashboard


There is no specific syntax for adding tags in WordPress. You can simply enter the tag name in the "Tags" field while creating or editing a post or page.


Here is an example of how to add tags to a WordPress post:

  1. Go to the WordPress dashboard and create a new post or edit an existing one.
  2. In the right-hand sidebar, locate the "Tags" section.
  3. Enter one or more tags for the post separated by commas (e.g. "WordPress, blogging, tips").
  4. Click the "Add" button to save the tags.


The output of adding tags in WordPress will be that your post or page will be associated with the tags you have added. Users can then search for posts or pages based on these tags.


Tags in WordPress are used to help categorize and organize content. They are different from categories in that they are typically shorter and more specific. Users can browse or search for content based on tags, which can help improve the overall user experience of a WordPress site.


Adding tags to your WordPress posts or pages helps categorize and organize your content. It also makes it easier for users to find related content on your site.

Important Points

  • Use relevant tags that accurately describe the content of your post or page.
  • Don't use too many tags - 5-10 is usually sufficient.
  • Use consistent tags across your site for similar content.
  • Use popular or trending tags to increase the visibility of your content.


Tags are an important part of organizing and categorizing content in WordPress. By adding relevant and consistent tags, you can improve your site's navigation and make it easier for users to find related content.

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