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Right now, there's no way to associate a guide with more than one category. We've heard the request for that ability once or twice in the past, and we're working on possible solutions.
 
There are, however, two different ways that you are able to show guides about a certain category on a different category page:
 
* The Area[http://www.dozuki.com/Wiki/Wiki_Formatting_and_Syntax?revisionid=HEAD#Section_Area_Indexes|Area Index tag (we're adding documentation on exactly how this is used)tag]. This allows you to show a list of all of the sub-categories and guides for a certain category, on a different category page.
* [http://www.dozuki.com/Wiki/Wiki_Formatting_and_Syntax#Section_Dynamic_Lists|The[Wiki Formatting and Syntax#Section_Dynamic_Lists|The Guide List and Wiki List tagstags]]. These allow you to list all of the guides or wikis that have a certain tag applied to them.
* The Area[http://www.dozuki.com/Wiki/Wiki_Formatting_and_Syntax?revisionid=HEAD#Section_Area_Indexes|Area Index tag (we're adding documentation on exactly how this is used)tag]. This allows you to show a list of all of the sub-categories and guides for a certain category, on a different category page.
* [http://www.dozuki.com/Wiki/Wiki_Formatting_and_Syntax#Section_Dynamic_Lists|The[Wiki Formatting and Syntax#Section_Dynamic_Lists|The Guide List and Wiki List tagstags]]. These allow you to list all of the guides or wikis that have a certain tag applied to them.
 
Both of the above are [http://slo.dozuki.com/c/Consumer_Electronics|demonstrated here]. The wiki syntax that creates that page is [http://slo.dozuki.com/c/Edit/Consumer_Electronics|shown here].

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Edit by: Eric Doster ,

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Right now, there's no way to associate a guide with more than one category. We've heard the request for that ability once or twice in the past, and we're working on possible solutions.
 
There are, however, two different ways that you are able to show guides about a certain category on a different category page:
 
* The Area Index tag (we're adding documentation on exactly how this is used). This allows you to show a list of all of the sub-categories and guides for a certain category, on a different category page.
* [http://www.dozuki.com/Help/Advanced_Wiki_Formatting#Section_Dynamic_Lists|Thehttp://www.dozuki.com/Wiki/Wiki_Formatting_and_Syntax#Section_Dynamic_Lists|The Guide List and Wiki List tags]. These allow you to list all of the guides or wikis that have a certain tag applied to them.
* [http://www.dozuki.com/Help/Advanced_Wiki_Formatting#Section_Dynamic_Lists|Thehttp://www.dozuki.com/Wiki/Wiki_Formatting_and_Syntax#Section_Dynamic_Lists|The Guide List and Wiki List tags]. These allow you to list all of the guides or wikis that have a certain tag applied to them.
 
Both of the above are [http://slo.dozuki.com/c/Consumer_Electronics|demonstrated here]. The wiki syntax that creates that page is [http://slo.dozuki.com/c/Edit/Consumer_Electronics|shown here].

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Original post by: Taylor Arnicar ,

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Right now, there's no way to associate a guide with more than one category. We've heard the request for that ability once or twice in the past, and we're working on possible solutions.

There are, however, two different ways that you are able to show guides about a certain category on a different category page:

* The Area Index tag (we're adding documentation on exactly how this is used). This allows you to show a list of all of the sub-categories and guides for a certain category, on a different category page.
* [http://www.dozuki.com/Help/Advanced_Wiki_Formatting#Section_Dynamic_Lists|The Guide List and Wiki List tags]. These allow you to list all of the guides or wikis that have a certain tag applied to them.

Both of the above are [http://slo.dozuki.com/c/Consumer_Electronics|demonstrated here]. The wiki syntax that creates that page is [http://slo.dozuki.com/c/Edit/Consumer_Electronics|shown here].

Status:

open