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As we continue our tutorial series on working with blocks, we will now discuss Concrete5 Tags. The tags block in Concrete5 allows you to label pages with unique keywords.
Most programs available for building websites include a way to tag pages with specific keywords. Tagging your content has really become a universal feature on the internet. Authors know that adding tags usually helps readers find those pages using their site's search feature. Most users on the web have seen pages tagged with certain keywords, and they have a general understanding of why they're there.
Concrete5 makes it easy to add tags to pages, and in this tutorial we'll walk you through the necessary steps for setting this up.
|Display Title||If you refer to the screenshot at the top of this article, you'll see that above the tags themselves is a heading labeled Tags. That text, "Tags", is the Display title. If you don't want a title above the tags, you can leave this setting blank.|
|Display||Display Tags for the current page
Selecting this option will show the tags that you add for the setting Tags (discussed below)
Display available tags
In our testing, choosing this option will show all tags that have been added to any page.
|Tags||This is where you actually add the tags / keywords. In most programs, you enter them in one line with each word separted by a common. In Concrete5, you enter each tag individually. Type in your tag and then click the Add button to add it.|
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