Guide: Categories & tags
Categories and tags are thematic sections that the topics can be linked to. There are a few differences between categories and tags.
There are currently 33 categories on OpiWiki. Users cannot add new categories, however, they can propose a new category to be added at meta.opi.wiki. Every category has its own statistics, navigation system, and user rankings. One and only one category must be linked to a topic.
Tags are being created live by OpiWiki users. A tag may refer to general subjects, for example: cRPG games, UK politics, human brain, or rock music. They may also refer to more specific subjects, e.g: 2016 U.S. presidential election, Norway sightseeing, The Beatles (band), or any event or thing.
Categories and tags are listed in the Categories section.
You can customize OpiWiki to see topics you like only. Go to OpiWiki customize and select the categories and tags. Now that you saved these settings, you will see topics from the selected categories and tags only. You can always unload the settings to see all topics again, then you can always load them back.
You can also add any page to your brower's shortcuts/favorites.
Any user can create a tag. Click the black arrow button placed on the very top-right position on any page and choose the "Add new tag".
Element: tag name
A tag's name must not begin with a capital letter (unless it is grammatically required) and must not end with a period.
Element: tag description
Optional. A tag's description should be a short note (1-3 sentences) to define the subject matter.
To edit a tag, go to the home page and select the tag by searching it via the right-menu input. Then, after the page is reloaded, right-click the tag (same menu).