Page Tagger

Page Tagger (formerly Page-Tags) is a WordPress plugin which lets you tag your pages just like you do your blog posts. It adds a tagging widget in the page-editing view in the admin interface.

This plugin requires PHP 5 and WordPress 2.8.4. It has been tested on upto WordPress 3.2.1. An older version of the plugin is available below for WordPress 2.7 users.

WordPress plugin page: link.

Github page: link.

License: GPL 3.

Current version: 0.3.7

Skip to: Installation Usage Changelog

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Installation

WordPress 2.7

  1. Download Page-Tags 0.2.
  2. Unzip it into your WordPress plugins folder such that the plugin files are at wp-content/plugins/page-tags/....
  3. Enable the plugin within your blog’s administration options.
  4. All done!

WordPress 2.8.4 and above

  1. Download the latest version from the WordPress plugin directory page.
  2. Unzip it into your WordPress plugins folder such that the plugin files are at wp-content/plugins/page-tagger/....
  3. Enable the plugin within your blog’s administration options.
  4. All done!

Usage

To add tags to a page simply edit the page. You will see a tagging box on on the right-hand side which works exactly like the one you see when you edit a blog post. It should look something like this (assuming you’re using the default admin theme for WordPress 2.8):

Page-Tags tagging box

Furthermore, when viewing the archives for a given tag you will now see the associated pages as well as the blog posts: Example.

Page tags will also appear within the tag cloud widget.

To get your page tags showing on your pages follow these instructions.

Changelog

  • 0.3.7 (Nov 32, 2011)
    • Fixed tag counts for custom post types – thanks Ov3rfly.
  • 0.3.6 (Jun 8, 2010)
    • The plugin now works with WordPress 3 RC1.
  • 0.3.5 (Jan 16, 2010)
    • When clicking ‘Preview’ button ‘Add new tag’ no longer gets added as a tag
    • Updated documentation
  • 0.3.4 (Dec 20, 2009)
    • Fixed to work with WordPress 2.9
  • 0.3.3 (Nov 20, 2009)
    • Fixed callback bug which was preventing the plugin from initialising on certain installations.
  • 0.3.2 (Nov 18, 2009)
    • Fixed plugin conflict issue which was sometimes causing the tag editing interface to stop working.
  • 0.3.1 (Sep 8, 2009)
    • Plugin renamed to Page Tagger
  • 0.3 (Sep 8, 2009)
  • 0.2 (Apr 3, 2009)
    • Fixed a bug which was preventing tags added whilst editing pages from appearing in the tag cloud widget.
  • 0.1 (Jan 18, 2009) – the initial release.