Tags are a way for content teams to add additional metadata to an asset, and they can be used in two ways:
- A tag can be applied to assets.
- A tag can be its own page that lists associated assets.
Tags are a useful way to group content both internally and externally. If you want to use a tag to only group content internally, you may opt to hide the tag from public pages and modules.
To create a tag:
- In the header, click .
- From the Create list, select Tag. A blank content edit page appears.
- In the Display Name field, enter the tag’s title.
- In the Internal Name field, enter a label Brightspot uses for the tag in widgets (or retain the default, which is populated from the Display Name field).
In the Description field, enter the tag’s description.
- If you are creating a hierarchy of tags, from the Parent selection field, select a parent tag. If the parent tag is not listed, do the following:
- Click to open a content picker.
- Search for an existing tag or, from the Create widget, click New Tag to create a new one. You return to the content edit form.
- Toggle on Hidden to hide the tag on all public pages.
- Under Lead, select Page Heading (or retain the default None value). For more information, see Page headings.
- Under Content, click into the selection field and choose one of the following (or retain the default Inherit value):
- Add After—Adds modules after the content associated with the tag. For more information, see Modules and Above, beside, and below layout blocks.
- Add Before—Adds modules before the content associated with the tag. For more information, see Modules and Above, beside, and below layout blocks.
- Replace—Replaces content associated with the tag with modules. For more information, see Modules.
- Repeat to include additional items.
- Complete your site’s workflow and publish the tag.
- As necessary, add associated content to this asset. For details, see Creating associated content.
Explanation of tag hierarchies