WordPress tags provide a useful way to group related posts together and to tell readers what a post is about. Also, with tags it’s easier for visitors to find your content. Tags are similar to categories, but they are generally used to describe your post in more detail. The use of tags is completely optional.
Example: If you have a clothing shop website, you would create tags like shoes, dresses, men, women, etc
In Jupiter, tags are available for the one post type: Posts.
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Adding a New Tag
There are two ways to add a new tag: from the Tags page or the Post New/Edit page.
Adding a New Post from the Tags Page
To add a new tag from the Tags page:
Adding a New Tag from the Post New/Edit Page
To add a new tag from the Post New/Edit page:
Editing a Tag
To edit a tag:
Removing a Tag
To remove a tag:
Assigning Tags to Posts
To assign tags to posts, you’ll need to use the Tags box in the new or edit post page.
You can display tags though the Tag Cloud widget.
This is a default WordPress widgets that shows the tag titles in cloud view.
Displaying Posts by Tags
There are two main ways to view and display posts by tags: through the archive page and shortcodes
Viewing Posts in Archive Pages
Tags archive pages list all the posts’ tags. You can find each tag archive page from the Tags pages by clicking on View link.
Displaying Posts with Shortcodes
In some of the shortcodes like Post Grid or Post Masonry Grid, there is a setting called Narrow Data Source that allows you to specify tags.
Configuring Tags Archive URLs
It’s possible to configure the Posts tag base URL from the WordPress admin panel.
The default base for Posts is “tag”. To change it: