Is there any way to give tags to an embedded Google form?

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  • #1505194

    I have a dynamic Google form and I am wondering if I can give tags to it (movie, poll, review) so that it is easier to find. Or are there other workable suggestions for handling this?

    The blog I need help with is ‘My Blog of Random Thoughts’ (philipjohnson784.wordpress.com). The link to the dynamic Google form is embedded on the specific static page, ‘Poll: Recommended movies’ (philipjohnson784.wordpress.com/poll-recommended-movies/).

    Thank you in advance for any assistance.

    The blog I need help with is philipjohnson784.wordpress.com.

    #1505299

    So that you have a full and complete link directly to the page with http and everything:
    http://philipjohnson784.wordpress.com/poll-recommended-movies/.

    #1505304

    raincoaster
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    That is a static Page, which is why you can’t tag and categorize it. If it were a Post rather than a page, you could.

    #1505306

    Eventually I did figure that out. But now does anybody have suggestions as to how I can make this work? A workaround of some sort would be nice as I understand that WordPress will not be adding the capability to tag pages anytime soon if at all.

    #1505308

    raincoaster
    Member

    The workaround is to make the thing in a Post, and use a custom header to put it in your header tabs.

    #1505393

    Thank you for the nudge towards custom menus and categories.

    #1505394

    raincoaster
    Member

    You can use tags if you want; they work exactly the same as categories on WP.com. It literally doesn’t matter which you use.

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