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create multiple tag groups

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    Avatar photoAndy

    It doesn’t seem to be available at the moment because only one group of “tags” exists and it’s only one page.

    But has anyone figured out how to make groups of tags ?

    The goal for me would be to have this:

    Group 1 (same design as home page)
    – Subgroup (current tag design)
    – Subgroup
    Group 2 (same design as home page)
    – subgroup
    – subgroup


    Thanks you

    Avatar photoBob

    Maybe the {{#getTags}} helper can help you

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    Avatar photocandidexmedia

    How do you envision this to be structured/designed? Is this a menu with sub-menu items, or some kind of layout, or breadcrumbs on the “sub-tag” page?

    Avatar photoAndy

    I would like to create main tag categories with subcategories.

    Example :

    Tag ID 1: Article about AI (
    Tag ID 1.1: AI on image generation (
    TAG ID 1.2: AI on text generation (
    … etc…

    The goal would then be to have all the main tags on the home page and then navigate deeper

    This is what wordpress does a bit and the article that we put in the category ID 1.2 is obviously visible in the category 1.1

    I don’t know if it’s very clear 🙂

    Avatar photocandidexmedia

    The example you give make sense and seems to indicate that you want URL sub-directories.

    From what I understand, this isn’t available out of the box and is a bit tedious to implement for larger sites.


    How comfortable are you with modifying the partials and template files?

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