By this point you should have written one new published post using the tag/category/tag you will use for all your Ontario Extend posts.

This produces its own street address on the internet, the one that shows all of your blog posts written for Ontario Extend.

It’s important to know this web address when adding your blog to the Ontario Extend site.

Below are some patterns of how the tagged/categorized/labeled address of blogs look like on the existing blogs you may be using.

WordPress.com Tag/Category Archive Address

Wordpress If you look at the newly published Ontario Extend blog post you created in the last step you should see a link for the category or tag you used. How this appears can vary depending on the theme you chose.

You can also find a View Category or View Tag link in the WordPress Dashboard where you can manage Tags/Categories.

For a WordPress.com blog where someone uses an Ontario Extend category, the link for all posts in this category should look something like

https://thimblesdogslearning.wordpress.com/category/ontario-extend

If you try the similar address for your own blog in a web browser, it should list all posts with that category (currently it is likely only 1).

If the author instead is using an oextend tag, the link for all posts with this tag should look something like https://thimblesdogslearning.wordpress.com/tag/oextend

If you try the similar address for your own blog in a web browser, it should list all posts with that tag (currently it is likely only 1).

You do not need to use both, just pick the organizing method that works best for you.

Self Hosted WordPress Tag/Category Archive Address

Wordpress If you look at the newly published Ontario Extend blog post you created in the last step you should see a link for the category or tag you used. How this appears can vary depending on the theme you chose for your self-hosted WordPress site.

You can also find a View Category or View Tag link in the WordPress Dashboard, looking under Posts for the link to see your categories or tags.

For a WordPress self-hosted blog where someone uses an Ontario Extend category, the link for all posts in this category should look something like

  • http://thimblesdogslearning.ca/category/ontario-extend (WordPress installed as the main site on a domain)
  • http://thimblesdogslearning.ca/blog/category/ontario-extend (WordPress installed in a subdirectory on a domain)
  • http://blog.thimblesdogslearning.ca/category/ontario-extend (WordPress installed in a subdomain)

If you try the similar address for your own blog in a web browser, it should list all posts with that category (currently it is likely only 1).

If the author instead is using an oextend tag, the link for all posts with this tag should look something like:

  • http://thimblesdogslearning.ca/tag/oextend (WordPress installed as the main site on a domain)
  • http://thimblesdogslearning.ca/blog/tag/oextend (WordPress installed in a subdirectory on a domain)
  • http://blog.thimblesdogslearning.ca/tag/oextend (WordPress installed in a subdomain)

If you try the similar address for your own blog in a web browser, it should list all posts with that tag (currently it is likely only 1).

You do not need to use both tags and categories, just pick the organizing method that works best for you.

Blogger Label Archive Address

Blogger

If you look at the newly published Ontario Extend blog post you created in the last step you should see a link for the label you used, usually listed after the title or the bottom of the post with Labels: in front of the one you used.

For a Blogger site where someone uses an oextend label, the link for all posts in this category should look something like

https://thimblesdogslearning.blogspot.ca/search/label/oextend

If you try the similar address for your own blog in a web browser, it should list all posts with that label (currently it is likely only 1).

tumblr Tag Address

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In a tumblr blog, if you look at the newly published Ontario Extend blog post you created in the last step you should see the tag you used with a hashtag in front of it. This links to all your posts with the same tag (right now it is likely only 1).

For a tumblr blog where someone uses an oextend label, the link for all posts in this category should look something like:

https://thimblesdogslearning.tumblr.com/tagged/oextend

If you try the similar address for your own blog in a web browser, it should list all posts with that tag.

What’s Next?

Make sure you have written or copied your tag/category/label link to a place you can find later. We have one more address to figure out, the RSS Feed, or the address our site uses to find you latest posts from your blog with the same organizing feature

Find My Tagged/Categorized/Labeled RSS Feed Address


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