Categories can help you organize your WordPress content. Categories can also your visitors to find the content they're looking for.
In this video, Topher has a post called "Local Events Continue to Increase".
On the right-hand side of the post is a box called "Categories". By default, there is a category called "Uncategorized" because WordPress must have a category. It is possible to have child, nested categories. One example would be "Music" as a child category of "Events".
Click "Add New Category" and you can create new categories for your posts. If you assign your post to a new category, WordPress will show the new category when you view the post. Click "Categories" in your WordPress admin menu, and you can manage your site's categories.
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