The Humap Retrospective
Sign up for:
- Unique offers and discounts
- News, updates, and sneak previews
- Spotlighted content from across every Humap instance
Don’t worry – we only send one email a month 😉
This tutorial is available in both video and text/image format.
Taxonomies and taxonomy terms are how content on Humap is organised.
The taxonomy is the overarching similarity and the taxonomy terms are the smaller subcategories. In this example, the Taxonomy is content type and the Taxonomy Terms are video/image/text.
These are displayed on the search page like this:
Terms are also shown at the bottom of a piece of content they have been tagged with, for example:
These examples are from the Refugee Map.
Different projects have different amounts of taxonomies and terms. Take a look at these search pages for inspiration:
To access the admin area, make sure you have the proper permissions and go to your-humap-url.humap.site/admin.
If you’re not already logged in you will be redirected to your-humap-url.humap.site/log-in and presented with a log in screen.
You can also go to the homepage of your Humap and click Humap Admin, in the top-right of the screen by Explore the Map button.
You can then log in with your email and password.
This takes you to the home screen of Humap’s content management system:
Click Taxonomies in the menu on the left to get to the Taxonomies dashboard. Here you can edit and delete existing taxonomies and create new ones.
From this dashboard you can edit or delete existing taxonomy terms and create new ones.
Here’s how to create new taxonomy terms:
Done! You now have taxonomies and taxonomy terms.