This plugin automatically converts title and post contents to tags.
|Author:||Joost Reuzel (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||2.7?|
|WordPress version tested:||2.8.4|
|Added to WordPress repository:||18-09-2009|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
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This plugin will convert every word that occurs in a post title or content into a term (tag). By default the plugin will add these terms to a new taxonomy called "words". Optionally, the terms can be added to the "post_tags" taxonomy, used for normal tagging in WordPress.
The plugin provides the option to create a so-called stop list. Words in this list will be kept (or even removed) from the taxonomy. This allows authors to ignore meaningless, but often occuring, words like 'a' or 'the'.
This plugin makes sure that the tags will actually cover a blog's content. This is great in combination with tag-clouds as the tag-clouds will better show what the blog is about.
My tags are all gone!
This may happen when you switch the taxonomy for this plugin. Whenever you switch to a new taxonomy (for examply your ‘post tags’, that taxonomy will be completely replaced. Likewise, the old taxonomy will be completedly cleared. Moving back and forth between taxonomies therefore may have the result that your tags are all removed… This is by design.
To prevent deletetion of your tags you can do two things:
- Keep using the newly created taxonomy “Words”. Most WordPress taxonomy related functions like
wp_tag_cloud()have an option to select a specific taxonomy. This allows you to use both your old tags and the new word taxonomy (e.g. to create tag_clouds).
- Make a backup before you start using this plugin in combination with your post tags.
Can I get back my old tags?
This plugin provides no mechanism to restore your old tags. If you decide to use this plugin to set your post tags it may be wise to do a backup first…
- Added option to ignore numeric values
- Fix to solve taxonomy resolution bug in option page
- Initial version