tagging

4 Nov 2011 - 11:55am
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2 years ago
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damerms
2009

Sitemapping a detailed Resource Library & Blog

How do you display these sections that are based on filters  on a deatiled sitemap?

  1. Resource Library  ex. http://aidsspace.org/library.php. 
  2. Blogs  (Archives, Categories, Authors)

Feel free to send pictures of examples. 

Thanks,
Dave

 

 

3 Mar 2011 - 2:23pm
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3 years ago
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lijahogan
2011

Product Category Pages

Hi!

I have been noticing a trend on many ecommerce sites recently away from providing category pages - that is, instead of providing top-level categories, a number of subcategories, some subsequent categories, and finally listing pages, sites are skipping some levels of category pages and going straight from top-level or subcategory pages to listing pages with hundreds of items.

Example: Men -> Shirts -> Polos (Listing 20 items) vs. Men -> Shirts (Listing 300 items)

12 Jan 2010 - 3:51pm
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48 weeks ago
2 replies
Jan Benway
2009

looking for examples of tag hierarchies or nested tags

I am looking for examples of web applications or site that use
hierarchical tags or nested tags. For example, I've found that
delicious.com has "tag bundles" which lets the user group related
tags and see all items tagged with anything in that bundle.

Are there other examples you know of that let the user build and use
tags within tags?

19 Jul 2009 - 4:28am
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5 years ago
2 replies
Sarah Zhang
2009

Tag cloud generators

Hi All,

I'm doing an evaluation of the publically accessible tag cloud
generators. Tagging is quite popular now, but most of the tagging
activities belong to folksonomy, which users tag manually. Tag cloud
generators are used to create tag clouds automatically. There are
ways to generate a tag cloud:

1. Given a piece of text, create a tag cloud according to the
frequency of the words.
2. Given a URL of a web page, generate a tag cloud based on the
existing links on that web page

I found several tag cloud generators on the web and use them for my
study.

23 Jun 2007 - 12:07pm
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7 years ago
1 reply
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Chris Pallé
2007

Tagging Discussions

How do we "Tag" discussions on our site?

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19 Dec 2006 - 12:02pm
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7 years ago
27 replies
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Leisa Reichelt
2006

first example of tagging...?

a colleague asked me today - what was the first example of tagging?

I came back with the (I think too) obvious examples - Technorati,
De.licio.us, Flickr....

what would you say?

________________________
Leisa Reichelt
User Experience Consultant

leisa.reichelt at gmail.com
www.disambiguity.com

9 Nov 2006 - 9:48am
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7 years ago
14 replies
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jbellis
2005

Is social tagging a success?

Is social tagging a success?

I'm not a strong user of it, so I'm curious what the perception is. It seems to be highly adopted, but I want to know if it works well when seeking out information?

My Luddite hardcopy background makes me wonder if its lack of hierarchy is an Achilles' heel. (Perhaps specifying multiple tags is the workaround.) I've also noticed a recently-mentioned site where one term seemed infiltrated with overly promotional links, thus my motivation to inquire.

-Jack

17 Oct 2006 - 7:08pm
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7 years ago
5 replies
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Cwodtke
2004

categories, sections, tags

As some of you know, I've been working with a developer to make a
light-weight CMS/publishing tool. We've focused on magazines and other
small publications, and we've run into an interesting conundrum.

Picture a webzine. You've got your stories, and you've got pages about
writers guidelines, and how to advertise, and all that.

We will have both tagging and categories on any article/story. So far
we've had "stories", which are time based, more or less, and scroll down
the front page, and "pages" that are fixed in time, and are just in the
"about" section.

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