making Categories/Tags appear as a Page
You do not need to make a special page for each tag. Try it now: go to your blog and click on a tag in the sidebar. You’ll see that WordPress automatically makes a page with all the posts for that tag (if there are more than your blog is set up to display, you’ll get the “Previous Page” option at the bottom).
That’s true, there is a widget for displaying all the tags/categories that you have in your sidebar. Although my list is still small, I feel that the day will come where I will have too many tags and the sidebar widget will not look so “pleasing” to my eye.
I like the code I came up with since I’m able to put prominent links at the top of my blog to my biggest categories.
Hey thanks for the tip but I have a slight problem. When I made my tag page for “Stuff Worth Knowing” the page was made exactly how I wanted but next to it (on the left) another page was made with no name that I dont want there but I cant get rid of it without getting rid of my tag page. http://thesportsfanatic.wordpress.com/ is the url for my site so can you help?
The tip that I left does just that – it adds a link at the top of your blog to whichever tags you choose (if the theme supports it)…. which I use to highlight the biggest categories that I have….
The link looks fine. It doesn’t look aligned with the other text though. I think that’s the theme’s fault. I changed my theme recently, and I can’t even use the html with the new theme….
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