How TrenDemon tracks Autotags

Tagging your content is an efficient method in organizing your content. For more info on how TrenDemon leverage tags, can be found  here .

Autotags are tags that are collected automatically from within the page as part of the content enrichment process.

How does it work?

As part of the enrichment process, TrenDemon reads 3 types of tags from within your page: Page tags, Category tags, Author tags. All tags, no matter what type have the same weight and functionality in TrenDemon.

Page tags

The process searches for the all “article:tag” meta tag in the website header:
<meta property=”article:tag” content=”tag 1″ />
<meta property=”article:tag” content=”tag 2″ />

If this tag doesn’t exist the process would search the first matching element within the page and grab the tag from their inner text:
[class=topic-link]
a[class=tags]
a[rel=’tag’]
a.topic

The tag value would be “tag 1”

you can view the page auto tags in this dashboard page

Page Category tags

The system looks for these meta tag in the website header:
<meta property=”article:section” content=”food” />
<meta property=”article:category” content=”technical” />

The tag will be created in the next format: “category:{{CONTENT VALUE}}” for example “category:food”

Author tag

By default  TrenDemon searches for the “author” meta tag in the website header:
<meta name=”author” content=”John” />

If this tag doesn’t exist the system will try to find on the page html next elements and and grab the tag from their inner text:
[class=author]
[class=author-post]
[class=author-name]
[class=author-link]’

The tag will be created in the next format: “Author::{{CONTENT VALUE}}” for example: “author:John”

Important – these tags or elements should exist within the page itself (not on the category page).

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