[typo] SubCategories

Neil Houston typo at rasga.co.uk
Wed Aug 16 11:17:50 EDT 2006


It might work but not sure about the tags, might see how it goes with  
the big tag word thing (whats it called cloud)

Currently experiencing issues with my blog its just timedout about 5  
times over the day, odd!

On 16 Aug 2006, at 15:44, Jake Good wrote:

> Why not have those as top level categories and then tag it with  
> "travel"
> .... or do the opposite and have a travel category and tag each post
> with the destination?
>
> I think the tag + category combo is enough (IMHO)
>
> Neil Houston wrote:
>> Ok,
>>
>> Say i'm bloggin about my life, so work, home, travel etc
>>
>> Say i go travelling for 6 months and hit 5 countries,
>>
>> I'd like to be able to have those as categories (that appear when hit
>> travel eg)
>>
>> Travel -
>> 	-Thailand
>> 	-Aussie
>> 	-ETC
>>
>> Rather than having to create them and place them in my main category
>> list as this would mean yet more categories,
>>
>> Also can help people to view just that info rather than using search
>> etc,
>>
>>
>> On 16 Aug 2006, at 15:29, Scott Laird wrote:
>>
>>
>>> On 8/16/06, Neil Houston <typo at rasga.co.uk> wrote:
>>>
>>>>> Is it possible to have SubCats?
>>>>>
>>>>> Or is it in the roadmap (only saw plans for v4, and obv we have
>>>>> passed that)
>>>>>
>>> I've never seen a good explanation of why anyone would care about
>>> subcategories?  Can you explain them, how they differ from our  
>>> current
>>> category system, and what you'd use them for?
>>>
>>>
>>> Scott
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