This plugin adds the "tag" relation to your categories’ URLs or constructs custom URLs for your category names, eg Technorati tags style, which also have the "tag" relation, and appends a Tags section to your post’s body in single post view and to the item’s content in the feed. Obviously, this could be useful only to those who use the WordPress category system as a tagging system.
See the result at the end of my posts’ bodies.
my-tags.php file in your
/wp-content/plugins/ directory and activate it through the administration panel.
By default, the URLs to your categories are being used. But, you can define your favorite URL base. For example, if you set
$my_tags_url to the following:
$my_tags_url = "http://technorati.com/tag/";
The Tags section will contain URLs to:
The above assumes that one of the post’s categories is
This project is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 or later.
Downloads, Issue Tracking, Support
For the latest releases of My-Tags please visit the My-Tags development web site.
This project is no longer supported. Submitting support requests, issue reports or feature requests is not possible at this time.
* Wed Oct 04 2006 – v0.7
– Plugin information update
* Sun Apr 30 2006 – v0.6
– Removes style attribute when tags are added to the feeds, so they validate properly.
– Modified the way the tags message is displayed by default.
* Thu Jan 5 2006 – v0.5
– Initial release
This plugin has been discontinued. The functionality implemented by this plugin should be considered outdated and not tested with recent releases of WordPress.
My-Tags WordPress Plugin by George Notaras is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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