Taxonomy, Vocabularies, and Terms
The Taxonomy feature in Open Y creates organized lists of categories, which allow you to group content, create folders for Images ( in Open Y 2.4 and later) and create standard options for dropdown fields in your content.
Each list is called a Vocabulary, while each item in your list is called a Term. Terms comprise a Term Name and any additional data/settings for that particular vocabulary (see below in Vocabularies in Open Y for details).
How to Edit Vocabulary Lists
Go to Structure > Taxonomy. When you find the Vocabulary you want to edit, click List Terms.
You can rearrange your terms by hovering your mouse over the cross icon and dragging them. This will determine the order in which they appear. By default these are alphabetical.
Moving a term to the right will “nest” it underneath another term, making it a “child” to that term.
Click on Edit to make changes to an existing item or Add Term to add a new one.
On the next page, you can add a Name for your vocabulary and an optional Description.
Below those two fields, you can add the additional information unique to your vocabulary.
Term Example - Grey Color
The Color Vocabulary provides a standard list of color options across your website, such as in a background color for your header.
To change your shade of grey, you would go to Structure > Taxonomy > Color > Grey.
Below the name of your Grey term, you’ll find a color widget where you can change your standard shade of Grey across your site.
In this example, you can change the color of the Grey term in the Color Vocabulary using a Color widget.
Vocabularies in Open Y
Because Vocabularies are lists of categories, how they will show up depends on which Vocabulary you use.
Used for tagging branches with amenities. Amenities display on a branch page and as a filter on a locations page.
Media Folders (Open Y 2.4 and later)
Creates folders for your images in the media browser.
Creates tags for filtering images (Open Y 2.3.3 and earlier), Documents and Videos in the media browser.