How to Add Vocabulary in Drupal?
By Jithin on February 1st, 2017
Drupal provides a self-optimized web content management tool. The sites created on Drupal can detect the browser of the user’s device and change itself just like we set it for that specific device. Drupal can easily integrate with other reporting tools just like Google Analytics. Drupal allows you to simply install different modules to add new functionality to your site. For example, if you want to use Bing as your Drupal website search engine, just install a module.
Drupal also provides a feature Called Vocabulary. Vocabulary, according to the official site is a container of terms used across the system. Adding and managing a vocabulary is a simple process in the Drupal web management tool. Let’s see how we can add and manage vocabulary in Drupal.
Add Vocabulary in Drupal
Step 1: Log in to the Drupal Admin panel with your Username and Password.
Step 2: Go to the tab ‘Structure’ as shown in the following image.
Step 3: Now, click on the ‘Taxonomy’ as you can see in the below image.
Step 4: Click on the +Add Vocabulary button.
Step 5: Enter Name and Description in the textbox. Name of the vocabulary and similar words in the description. * is for mandatory data.
Step 6: Click on the SAVE button. It will save the new vocabulary to Drupal.
Step 7: When you add a vocabulary successfully. You can see that vocabulary I taxonomy tab. From here you can easily manage the vocabulary.
So, this is how you can add a vocabulary in a Drupal site. This vocabulary will make your content manageable and searchable from anywhere on Drupal. It is very useful to categorise your website.
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