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[Tech Tip] Interesting module for SMF© site owners and new members...

Bob Perry · 802

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A little note to new members and SMF site owners to check out the Tags module, it's an efficient way to locate various posts that someone here has found interesting previously, and when you reach a predetermined membership level the system will allow you to add keyword tags of your own choosing, but be warned, I deplore spelling errors and would like to request (NOT require) that you use the keyword tags that are already available here, there is a complete list of them in the main Tags menu option on the Home & Added Features Page's sub_menus, and also on the Statistics Page screen everyone including guests has access to, it sticks out like a sore thumb because the length of the list is VERY large... as a side note I want to mention that I routinely monitor the activity of this module with the various Search Engines very closely and can say for fact that search engines respond well to them...


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Reply #1 on: Sat Feb 18, 2017 - 15:00:08
Another thing to consider for all users is that the keywords feature of the Downloads module (named Webmaster Resources here at WPC), is also tied to the tags module. The downloads module has a search function inside of it that allows you to use the keywords embedded in each download, eventually I will find a way to also incorporate keyword tags in the overall site search feature...