My-Tags WordPress Plugin

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.

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.

Installation

Place the my-tags.php file in your /wp-content/plugins/ directory and activate it through the administration panel.

Configuration

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:

http://technorati.com/tag/Plugins

The above assumes that one of the post’s categories is Plugins.

License

This project is released under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

Downloads, Issue Tracking, Support

For the latest releases of My-Tags please visit the downloads section of the My-Tags Development Portal.

The development website also hosts an issue tracking facility, where you can submit your feature requests or report bugs, and discussion boards, where you can get first class support from the community of users.

Donate

This plugin is released as free software. Nevertheless, its development requires time and effort. A small donation, as a sign of appreciation of the effort, is welcome. Please, use the following button to visit the Donations page. Thanks in advance for your support!

Donations Button

Changelog

* 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

My-Tags WordPress Plugin by George Notaras, unless otherwise expressly stated, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Copyright © 2006 - Some Rights Reserved

About George Notaras

George Notaras is the editor of G-Loaded Journal, a technical blog about Free and Open-Source Software. George is a GNU/Linux enthusiast, a self-taught programmer and system administrator. He strongly believes that "knowledge is power" and has created this web site to share the IT knowledge and experience he has gained over the years with other people. George primarily uses CentOS and Fedora and spends some of his spare time developing open-source software. Follow George on Twitter: @gnotaras

6 responses on “My-Tags WordPress Plugin

  1. George Notaras Post authorPermalink →

    Christian: I am afraid this plugin would be useful only to those who use the WP category system as a tagging system. It just adds a section like the following at the end of the post’s body in single post view and at the end of the item’s content in the feed:
    Tags: Software, WordPress, Plugins
    In my Permalink options I just have set it to use the word "tag" instead of "category". This is why the URLs of my categories are like the following:
    www.g-loaded.eu/tag/plugins

    To tell you the truth I do not properly understand what you need to do. If your question at the wordpress support forum was more descriptive, I guess there would me more replies.

  2. christian Permalink →

    why do you think I can’t do the same? I’d like to have tags like delicious or flickr, I don’t care about categories. I’ll have another look to the link. Thanks, chr

  3. George Notaras Post authorPermalink →

    Now I understand what you meant. You need to use tag combinations in order to limit the search results. Very interesting idea. At the moment nothing comes to my mind about how to implement something like that quickly. I believe it needs some work because a way of selecting more than one tags is needed, the rewrite rules need customization, etc. etc. I would not say it’s impossible though.

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