Using classifications, you can organize content items, such as news, events, and comments.
In Sitefinity CMS, there are two types of classifications:
EXAMPLE: Dogs are one tag and Cats are another. When Dogs and Cats are simple lists, all items tagged as Dogs are equal members of Dogs, and have no relationship with cats. When you have a top-level category Animals with subcategories Dogs and Cats, all cats are Cats and all dogs are Dogs, yet both are related through the common root in that they are both Animals.
IMPORTANT: Classifications are shared across different sites. If you are using multiple sites, changing a classification on one site will change the classification on every other site that uses it.
To view, create, edit, delete, and manage classifications, click Content » All classifications.
The system displays a list of the predefined classifications – tags and categories, together with all created custom classifications.
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