The “categories and tags” page is accessed through Manage > Categories. Only admin users can access the page.
PodHawk allows you to classify your posts in two ways – categories and tags. You need to define categories in advance (on the categories and tags page). You can make up new tags when you create or edit a posting.
Recording page 2 allows you to allocate a posting to up to four different categories, using drop-down lists of the categories which you have already defined. Recording page 2 also allows you to attach tags (as many as you like) to a posting. When you start typing in the tags input box on Recording page 2, PodHawk will prompt you with the names of tags which you have used on other postings. You can select one or more of these; or you can create a new tag simply by typing it. Use spaces to separate tags. If your tag contains a space, replace the space with an underscore (_); PodHawk will remove the underscore when it displays the tag on the webpage.
Use the “categories and tags” page to create new categories, or to amend or delete existing categories. On each line there is a tick-box “hide” (PodHawk 1.83 and later). Hidden categories are not displayed to your users on your web page. You might for example want to allocate posts to a category so that you can find them quickly (on the Search for Postings page), without this being visible to your users. Or you might want to use the Multiple Themes plugin (PodHawk 1.83 and later) to associate a category with a theme, again without this being visible to users.
The “categories and tags “ page also allows you to attach a tag to all posts in a given category; and to undertake some basic management of your tags – to delete tags, to amend them or to associate particular tags with a particular category.