Tags are used to connect blog posts by subject. You can add tags to a blog post in the file’s metadata or in its path.

Tags are case-insensitive. For example, blog posts tagged ’Apple’ are merged under the same tag as those tagged ’aPpLe’. It is good practice to use consistent capitalization: when displaying a tag on your blog, Blot picks the case you used last.

Using metadata

You can specify a list of tags in the metadata at the start of a file. Here’s an example blog post with two tags in its metadata:

Tags: Getting started, Documentation

Tags are case-insensitive and may contain whitespace. Blot uses the most recent case when displaying a tag on your blog.

Using the file’s path

You can add tags to a post in the file’s name or path. Include the tag, wrapped in brackets. Here’s a few examples:

 [Photos] /    [Holiday] /    Picture.jpg... is tagged ...Photos, Holiday
 [Book notes] /    Thief.txt... is tagged ...Book notes
 [Reviews] Pnin.txt... is tagged ...Reviews