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This section is for the Classic UI Tagging Console.

The Touch-optimized UI Tagging Console is here.

To access the Classic UI Tagging console :

 

 

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Creating Tags and Namespaces

  1. Depending on the level you are starting from you can create either a tag or a namespace using New:

    If you select Tags you can create a namespace:

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    If you select a namespace (for example Demo) you can create a tag within that namespace:

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  2. In both cases enter

    • Title
      (Required) The display title for the tag. While any character may be entered,
      it is recommended to not use these special characters :
      • colon (:) - namespace delimiter
      • forward slash (/) - sub-tag delimiter
      These characters will not be displayed if entered.
    • Name
      (Required) The node name for the tag.
    • Description
      (Optional) A description for the tag.
    • select Create

Editing Tags

  1. In the right-hand pane, select the tag that you want to edit.

  2. Click Edit.

  3. You can modify the Title and the Description.

  4. Click Save to close the dialog.

Deleting Tags

  1. In the right-hand pane, select the tag that you want to delete.

  2. Click Delete.

  3. Click Yes to close the dialog.

    The tag shouldn't be listed anymore.

Activating and Deactivating Tags

  1. In the right-hand pane, select the namespace or tag that you want to activate (publish) or deactivate (unpublish).

  2. Click Activate or Deactivate as required.

List - showing where tags are referenced

List opens a new window showing the paths of all pages using the highlighted tag:

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Moving Tags

To help tags administrators and developers clean up the taxonomy or rename a tag ID, it is possible to move a tag to a new location :

  1. Open the Tagging console.

  2. Select the tag and click Move... in the top tool bar (or in the context menu).

  3. In the Move Tag dialog, define:

    • to, the destination node.
    • Rename to, the new node name.
  4. Click Move.

The Move Tag dialog looks as follows:

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Opmerking:

Authors should not move tags or rename a tag ID.  When necessary, Authors should only change the tag titles.

Merging Tags

Merging tags can be used when a taxonomy has duplicates. When tag A is merged into tag B, all the pages tagged with tag A will be tagged with tag B and tag A is no more available to authors.

To merge a tag into another one:

  1. Open the Tagging console.

  2. Select the tag and click Merge... in the top tool bar (or in the context menu).

  3. In the Merge Tag dialog, define:

    • into, the destination node.
  4. Click Merge.

The Merge Tag dialog looks as follows:

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Counting Usage of Tags

To see how many times a tag is being used:

  1. Open the Tagging console.

  2. Click Count usage in the top tool bar: the column Count displays the result.

Managing Tags in Different Languages

The optional title property of a tag may be translated into multiple languages. Tag titles can then be displayed according to the user language or to the page language.

Defining Tag Titles in Multiple Languages

The following procedure shows how to translate the title of the tag Animals into English, German and French:

  1. Go to the Tagging console.

  2. Edit the tag Animals below Tags > Stock Photography.

  3. Add the translations in the following languages:

    • English: Animals
    • German: Tiere
    • French: Animaux
  4. Save the changes.

The dialog looks as follows:

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The Tagging console uses the user language setting, so for the Animal tag, 'Animaux' is displayed for a user who sets the language to French in user properties.

To add a new language to the dialog, please refer to the section Adding a New Language to the Edit Tag Dialog in the Tagging for Developers section.

Displaying Tag Titles in Page Properties in a Specified Language

By default the tag titles in the page properties are displayed in the page language. The tag dialog in the page properties has a language field that enables the display of tag titles in a different language. The following procedure describes how to display the tag titles in French:

  1. Refer to the previous section to add the French translation to the Animals below Tags > Stock Photography.

  2. Open the page properties of the Products page in the English branch of the Geometrixx site.

  3. Open the Tags/Keywords dialog (by selecting the pull-down menu to the right of the Tags/Keywords display area) and select the French language from the pull-down menu in the bottom right corner.

  4. Scroll using the left-right arrows until able to select the Stock Photography tab

    Select the Animals (Animaux) tag and select outside the dialog to close it and add the tag to the page properties.

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By default, the Page Properties dialog displays the tag titles according to the page language.

In general, the language of the tag is taken from the page language if the page language is available. When the tag widget is used in other cases (for example in forms or in dialogs), the tag language depends on the context.

Opmerking:

The tag cloud and the meta keywords in the standard page component use the localized tag titles based on the page language, if available.

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