Tags serve as an alternate way to classify or categorize the content of your site. While pages can be structured hierarchically, there often are a number of equally plausible ways to classify and structure the content of your site, for instance by subject, date, author, etc. The directoy names and how pages are grouped could have been done in other ways with good reason.
Tags provide flexibility in allowing you to go beyond the traditional hierarchical classification and classify your content in other ways. For example, the same item can belong to two different groups. You can also introduce other dimensions not used in your table of contents, such as platform-specific tags or audience-specific tags.
The following pages and posts are tagged with about TitleTypeExcerpt About This Site Page Overview Welcome to our site. This site provides documentation for the Department of Computer Science. The content on this site is openly editable by students and faculty of the Hofstra community. You may have noticed that...
The following pages and posts are tagged with howto TitleTypeExcerpt How to Contribute to this Site Page The content of this site is editable by Hofstra students and faculty. Refer to this guide to add documents and make changes to the site.
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