A re-evaluation of categories and tags in my ClassicPress blog

ClassicPressI started this blog way back in June 2011 and have ended up writing far more blog posts than I ever imagined; this year alone I have written more than 350 posts and this isn't even my highest post count.

Over the years, I've covered a number of subjects for which I have created categories and tags; in fact far, far too many of each have been created. I've been meaning to take a look at them for quite a while (I'm now actively planning what to do).

One of my fellow ClassicPress plugin authors, CodePotent/John Alarcon did a blog post on ClassicPress Categories and Tags Demystified where he takes a thorough look at categories and tags in ClassicPress and how they can best be structured, as well as some of the pitfalls and mistakes to avoid (many of which I have not avoided).

I'm going to take a good read of John's post and finalise my plan for restructuring this site to reduce the number of categories and tags in use, which will hopefully simplify navigation and make things easier to find.

With over 2,300 posts, and several hundred new ones being added every year, I'm not sure how much I can simplify things, but I'm still pretty sure I can make some substantial improvements.

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