Associate content items with a taxon

Content organization in Sitefinity CMS is entirely based on taxonomies. As shown in For developers: Flat taxonomies and For developers: Hierarchical taxonomies articles, the Tags and Hierarchical categories are implemented as taxonomies. Thus, when a content is tagged or categorized, a taxon is associated with this content. Following is an example how you can do this via code:

In the code above, you add a tag to a news item. Take notice that every content item type has an Organizer class.

You can use a similar approach with all types of content in Sitefinity CMS.

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