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Come aggiungere categorie e tag alle pagine di WordPress

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Volete impostare categorie e tag per le vostre pagine WordPress ma non sapete come iniziare?

Le categorie e i tag aiutano a ordinare i post del blog e a rendere più facile per gli utenti trovare ciò che stanno cercando. Tuttavia, per impostazione predefinita sono disponibili solo per i post, non per le pagine.

In questo articolo vi mostreremo come aggiungere categorie e tag per le pagine di WordPress, passo dopo passo.

How to add categories and tags for WordPress pages

Perché aggiungere categorie e tag alle pagine di WordPress?

L’aggiunta di categorie e tag alle pagine di WordPress aiuta a mantenerle organizzate e rende più facile per i visitatori trovare ciò che stanno cercando.

Ad esempio, se nel vostro negozio WooCommerce avete più pagine di vendita per prodotti diversi, potete raggrupparle in categorie ampie e persino in pagine di categorie minori.

Potete fare lo stesso per le diverse pagine di funzionalità delle vostre applicazioni e dei vostri software. Ad esempio, OptinMonster raggruppa più pagine di funzionalità sotto la categoria “Funzionalità”.

OptinMonster feature pages example

Le categorie e i tag delle pagine possono essere utili anche per l’ottimizzazione dei motori di ricerca (SEO). Aiuterete i motori di ricerca a navigare tra i vostri contenuti e a comprendere la struttura del vostro sito web, facilitando l’indicizzazione e il posizionamento delle vostre pagine.

Per impostazione predefinita, le categorie e i tag sono tassonomie di WordPress limitate ai post del blog. Quindi, normalmente, si possono usare solo per i post di WordPress. Ma con pochi passaggi, è possibile applicarle anche alle pagine.

No categories or tags for pages

In questo tutorial vi mostreremo come aggiungere categorie alle pagine del vostro sito WordPress. Vi spiegheremo anche come aggiungere tag alle pagine di WordPress.

Come aggiungere facilmente categorie e tag alle pagine di WordPress

Il modo più semplice per impostare le categorie e i tag di WordPress per le pagine è utilizzare il plugin Pagine con categorie e tag. Si tratta di un plugin gratuito per WordPress che funziona subito senza configurazioni aggiuntive.

La prima cosa da fare è installare e attivare il plugin. Per maggiori dettagli, consultate la nostra guida su come installare un plugin di WordPress.

Una volta attivato, andare su Pagine ” Aggiungi nuovo nell’area di amministrazione di WordPress. Troverete che i tag e le categorie dei post di WordPress sono ora disponibili per le vostre pagine di WordPress.

Categories and tags for pages

Successivamente, è possibile creare categorie e tag per le pagine.

Per aggiungere una categoria, andate nella sezione Pagine ” Categorie della vostra dashboard di WordPress e inserite il “Nome” e lo“Slug” della categoria.

Add name and slug for new page category

Successivamente, è possibile scorrere verso il basso e selezionare una“categoria madre” per la propria categoria.

Una volta inseriti questi dati, è sufficiente fare clic sul pulsante “Aggiungi nuova categoria”.

Choose parent category and add new category

È quindi possibile visualizzare la nuova categoria aggiunta per le pagine.

Se si desidera eliminare una categoria specifica, è sufficiente fare clic sulla casella di controllo accanto ad essa e selezionare “Elimina” dal menu a tendina dell’azione massiccia. Quindi, fare clic sul pulsante “Applica”.

View your page category

Successivamente, è possibile classificare le pagine di WordPress in base alle categorie appena create.

Per iniziare, basta modificare o creare una nuova pagina. Dall’editor di contenuti di WordPress, è ora possibile selezionare il nome della categoria pertinente dalla barra laterale sulla destra.

Per esempio, abbiamo creato una pagina di funzionalità e l’abbiamo contrassegnata sotto la categoria “Funzionalità” nel pannello laterale destro.

Select your category and enter tags

Allo stesso modo, potete utilizzare i tag per la vostra pagina WordPress nel campo “Tag”. Se si desidera aggiungere più tag, è sufficiente separarli con una virgola.

Ad esempio, è possibile aggiungere parole e frasi chiave che aiutano a descrivere il contenuto. Nel nostro caso, abbiamo aggiunto i termini “exit intent” e “OptinMonster” come tag.

Dopo aver selezionato la categoria e aggiunto i tag, è sufficiente aggiornare o pubblicare la pagina WordPress. È tutto!

Per ulteriori guide su come sfruttare al meglio le categorie e i tag per il vostro sito WordPress, consultate i seguenti tutorial:

Speriamo che questo articolo vi abbia aiutato ad aggiungere categorie e tag ai post delle vostre pagine WordPress. Potreste anche dare un’occhiata al nostro articolo su come creare pagine di archivio personalizzate e al nostro elenco dei migliori plugin SEO per WordPress per ottimizzare il vostro sito web.

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  1. Syed Balkhi says

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  2. Paul Wright says

    Hi, I am very grateful for this information, however unfortunately when I installed and activated the plugin it completley disfigured my “all pages” view on the dashboard , the letters identifying the page titles ran vertically down the page

    thanks anyway

    • WPBeginner Support says

      It sounds like you may have all possible fields showing on your all pages screen. If you use the screen options in the top-right of the screen you should be able to hide some information to prevent the letter scrolling on the page.

      Admin

  3. Liesbeth says

    Hello,

    On your recommendation we’ve been using this plugin. We love the features, but one thing is still bothering us. In the search results there are no categories showing. We use the Avada theme and would love to see categories in the results. Do you know how to fix it?

    • WPBeginner Support says

      You would want to reach out to the support for your specific theme for including the categories in the display

      Admin

  4. Dee Torre says

    Hi,
    The plugin you suggested has not been reviewed for over 1 year. Could you suggest a newer one.
    Tnks,
    Dee

  5. Tarun soni says

    I like to read your blogs because I found the solution for my query but I noticed that you suggest installing a plugin for the solution. is it possible for you to show the solution by sharing custom code, not by a plugin.

    • WPBeginner Support says

      It depends on the issue, we do our best to add a method for using code instead of a plugin for those looking for that but not all issues are solved with a small amount of code. Plugins are also a collection of code so there’s not always a difference in the code we would show and the plugin we’re recommending.

      Admin

  6. Joe Youngblood says

    Unfortunately you can no longer install this plugin from the repository as it hasn’t been updated in 2 years. Any other options?

  7. Evan Blass says

    Hello,

    I’m interested to know if there’s a way to make pages act as categories for SEO purposes. For example, if I create a new category ABC on my domain.com it will have this link, domain.com/categories/ABC. However, if I create a page with the slug ABC, it will have this link, domain.com/ABC. However, since it is not a category, search engines might treat it as a static page.

    Is there a way I can convert the domain.com/ABC page to a category?

  8. Vale says

    Thank you for your post, so the pages still considered as static pages?
    If I create an “About” page and if I did not assign a category will continue to be static? And in the other hand make pages as post with content?

  9. Ismail Siraje Ittembe says

    Wow nice post boss keep it up
    But This plugin hasn’t been tested with the latest 3 major releases of WordPress. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.

    • WPBeginner Support says

      Thank you for letting us know, we’ll be sure to take a look at alternatives should this plugin no longer work.

      Admin

  10. Carolyn says

    Hi. I am having a problem with assigning a new category that (for reasons over which I have no control) was given the same category name but with a different slug, and I am supposed to ‘pull’ these objects to the new category. But because it has the same name, although a different slug, WP doesnt seem to differentiate and keeps slinging the files into the old category. It defaults to the original. If there were a global function, other than the categories plugin, so that I could select the files and reassign from one category to another, bcause when I try to do so, only the old one shows up (even though the new one clearly exists).

  11. Viswanathan says

    Hi, i am using the events manager plugin which creates individual pages for each event created. The plugin settings give an option of showing events as pages or posts. However in both the cases, while creating the event it only gives an option of adding or selecting an ‘event category’ and not the ‘categories that i create for my blog posts or pages.

    Is there a plugin available so i can add my default post category to my events as well, so the events also show up in blog category archives?

  12. Ghislain Poirier says

    And how do we add the categories to the pages?

    I have the category functions showing in the wordpress backend menu, but it is only a shortcut to the create new category section…

    It is still not allowing me to tell what page is in what category or am I missing something?

  13. Pranav Mohan says

    This seems to assign pages to various categories, however, i am interested in finding out how to assign a category to a page so that when I search for the page, all the posts linked to the category show up.

  14. Susan Taunton says

    Hi WPBeginner!

    Post Tags and Categories is flagged by WordPress now as not having been updated for 12 months and is only tested for up to WordPress version 4.5.13. I just wonder if there not a child theme functions.php addition that could accomplish making pages taggable? Or is there a more up to date plugin that accomplishes this?
    Thank you so much for your many, many excellent tutorials.
    Susan

    • Xavier says

      Same question than Suzan.

      I might use the php code for this feature in you have it by any chance.

      BTW Suzan,
      I found this plugin that might do the trick but I didnt test it myself and I would like WPBeginner opinion on that :
      Category to Pages WUD

      Hope this help

  15. mohit yadav says

    Hi Thanks For This Great Article & the New Way of Website Structuring .

    LOVE YOU

    for this article.

    Now What i m Looking is ?

    i have a real estates website, while user submit property in this then he saw additional 3 drop down menu

    1. by pages
    2. by location
    3. by type
    and at last these automatically make a link with relevant pages.

    THanks in Advance
    Please help me .

  16. Norma says

    Hi, was super excited for this plugin but it didn’t work. It installed the categories but didn’t link them… I am so sad! Is there and up to date version?!

  17. Carol says

    I guess this info is outdated for the latest WP version. Is there an alternative plugin? I need to have this and it should be in WP by default, not requiring a plugin!

    Complaints on the plugin’s site that their latest version does not work. When I do a search by different ways within my own plugin page for ‘new’, “no such plugin”.

  18. Jhasketan Garud says

    Hi,
    Thanks a lot. I just looking for this.
    Now, I can easily affix categories to my new as well as old pages.

  19. Jonathan Hostetler says

    Thanks for this tip! I tried the plugin you recommended “Post Tags and Categories for Pages” and it worked flawlessly. This is super helpful for me because we need to use pages (as opposed to posts) for certain projects because our visual editor plugin is only compatible with pages, but I also need to be able to assign categories to our content.

    So, problem solved. Thanks again!

  20. David says

    This plugin has not been updated in 2+ years. Is there a way to do this without a plugin, so you’re not dependent on an old, outdated plugin?

  21. Kayleen Peretto-Ortega says

    Hello! I don’t have a plugin option, but there is an option for tags. I add tags for my posts, but they don’t appear on each post I make. Would you be able to help me on this?

  22. Tess Bulman says

    Do you have to have the upgraded version of wordpress? I have the free version and it won’t let me do anything with plugins? If this is the case, is there another way to put tags on my pages?

    • Renier says

      @Fabio
      I found some problems in WP4.4. For some reason none of the ‘article posts’ in a category/post shows on archives (2016 theme). By deactivating obviously all ‘article posts’ shows, but not ‘article pages’ (or at least this is what I suspect). In short, archives doesn’t show all the pages.

      Does anyone else experience this problem? I can’t seem to find any literature on the topic. Maybe Post tags and categories for pages plugin needs an update?

  23. Sebastian says

    Hi,

    has anyone managed yet to make these categories for pages appear in the URLs as well?

    I have not found any way to do this. Without it this plugin is only half as useful.
    Thanks for any suggestions!

    Sebastian

  24. Denis says

    I have a question,

    I have a website, and I do have categories pages, and TAG pages too,

    Category pages are shown as 10 posts and they have next button – previous button,

    But TAG pages don’t have NEXT BUTTON – PREVIOUS BUTTON, and they show only 10 posts related with the tag…

    It is really crucial issue for me and I really need to have this TAG pages with next button, previous button

    Do you guys have any idea that why CATEGORY pages do have these buttons but TAG pages don’t have?

    How can I solve this issue?

    Thanks so much in advance.

    Best

  25. Trieu To says

    Hi, i want to add category to page-url example /%category%/%pagename% how can i modify it?
    Can you post a artice about this?
    Thanks

  26. Tanuj Mandale says

    is there a reverse of this,
    I mean while creating a new post, instead of categories I want pages (to choose from). Means as a post is associates to category, it must associate to page.
    Is it Possible, please reply.
    thanks in advance

  27. Leona says

    Hi everyone, How do I take off the parenthesis and number of pages in front of each category. I am using it to categorize product for my online store and these don’t make sense. Thanks.

  28. Shane says

    Hi Guys,

    Thanks for this info. Was wondering if this could be done.

    Has anyone found that by adding categories to pages has increased rankings in Google if they also change permalink to – /%category%/%postname% ?

    Cheers,

    Shane

  29. Mark Breese says

    So, as you say, there’s a plugin for that… So is there a plugin… or shortcode that will let me show the pages with a certain category as a list of links… or maybe a list with excerpts and featured image? And I am using Ninja Page Categories and Tags plugin actually.

    My theme has a short code for showing posts in a category, but it does not pick up the pages in category and show them. (the theme is Weaver II Pro)

    • Les says

      SOLVED: I found out what the problem was. In the “Screen Options” I had categories unchecked. I placed a check in the box and the categories are back.

      Thanks for a great plugin.

  30. Les says

    My categories stopped showing on my add pages screen. They used to appear on the left side of the page. Even if I create a new page category, it won’t show up. Do you have any idea what could be causing this?

    Thanks in advance.

  31. chris says

    Ignore previous comment. This is the correct one.

    Hi. How can I show a listing of pages with their title/featured image/more?
    Actually I only need the query to display a list of pages related to a category (pages I created and assigned them to a category) doesn’t seem to work. Instead, it brings only posts.

  32. Kris says

    This might come in handy for a new site i’m working on. Perfect timing :)

    Is it possible to tweak the categories so that is first shows the page, and then the posts below it?
    and: will this also work with multiple taxonomies? For instance if I buy a portfolio theme, it is mostly handled by a custom taxonomy. It would be great if there would be a way to insert all posts under one category (unless this is already possible to achieve otherwise?)

  33. Stacy says

    Thank you so much for this tidbit of info. I have often struggled with the organization of pages and categories etc. This plugin will simplify that a lot and streamline the info I’m offering on my site.

    In general, I really enjoy this newsletter and often get great bits of advice and help. Thanks!

    In light of the fact that there is a plug in for almost everything and so many of them are really helpful…how many plugins is too many plugins?

    At what point does the number of plugins become a drag or a risk on the site?

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