‘Post tag’ is a keyword or phrase that helps categorize and organize website content. With our Post Tags block, you can easily add Icons, Front Text, and separators. Also, it’s possible to customize the wrapper, set a max count, and add a prefix or postfix. Our CSS Library can help you quickly generate a beautiful design for the tags.
List Of Features
- CSS library for each element
- Custom wrapper tag
- Add custom class
- Set Max Count
- Post Tag Count
- Tag Prefix
- Tag Postfix
- Tags Front Text
- Custom Attributes on tags
- Custom Icon
- Customize Separator
- Link Target option
- Styles Component for each element
- Custom Style option
- Advanced CSS pseudo selector
- Custom Layout submission access to our CSS Library
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are post tags?
Tags are one of the default taxonomies used to organize your blog posts. They are essential keywords that provide additional information about the post’s content.
How many tags should I use on WordPress posts?
There is no specific limit to the number of tags you can use on a WordPress post. Using too many tags can be considered spammy by search engines. We suggest sticking with ten tags maximum per post.
Do WordPress post tags help SEO?
WordPress tags do not offer any real SEO benefit. In fact, using them excessively can clutter your website, create a poor user experience, and even negatively impact the SEO of your website as a whole.