August 26, 2012

How to Create a WordPress Tag Page

For some sites, tags are hugely important. They’re so important that simply having a tag cloud in the sidebar isn’t enough. They require a whole page dedicated to the site’s tags. In short, they need a WordPress Tag Page. If you’re looking to make a page to display all your tags, then we have a few solutions for you. First up is a very simple…

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