How do I add category links to a website? 2013

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Thanks in no small part to many comments and examples in these forums plus a lot of trial and error I feel pretty comfortable with (very) basic web development. With that said, I am just plain stuck on the following:



I am building a site to hold a bunch of reference information on math and statistics. I am including things like links to other websites, links to .pdfs, my own short essays and formulas, etc. The format is a growing body of info spread over several web pages that I can update from time to time. I have been able to put this together on my own, including using mathjax to fold in LaTeX to support math equations, etc. So far, so good.



Note: I am not trying to produce a blog or a wiki.



What I am stuck on is that I want to be able to categorize each entry. Call it "categories" or "tags" or "keywords" -- whatever. When I look at good commercial sites or even wordpress blog templates, there is often a "categories" section, usually over on the right somewhere. Better yet, looking at the MacRumors home page, look on the right and scroll down and eventually you come to a box labeled "Rumors by Product".



So how do I do that?



Based on advice I have seen in this forum, I am trying to do things on my own by writing my own html and css from scratch. So far it has beena great learning experience, and so far I have been able to accomplish what I want.



The bit I am stumped on is how to implement "tags" or "categories".



Is this some elementary html thing that I have just not picked up on? I would really like to continue developing this from scratch. I know I can throw in the towel and grab a wordpress template or the like, but I really want to learn how this is done "for real." I have loaded up the "Develop" menu in Safari and tried scanning website source. I see so much php, javascript, xml, etc. that I am not sure which bits are relevant and which are not.



Thanks very much - any guidance will be much appreciated.</div>


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Thanks in no small part to many comments and examples in these forums plus a lot of trial and error I feel pretty comfortable with (very) basic web development. With that said, I am just plain stuck on the following:



I am building a site to hold a bunch of reference information on math and statistics. I am including things like links to other websites, links to .pdfs, my own short essays and formulas, etc. The format is a growing body of info spread over several web pages that I can update from time to time. I have been able to put this together on my own, including using mathjax to fold in LaTeX to support math equations, etc. So far, so good.



Note: I am not trying to produce a blog or a wiki.



What I am stuck on is that I want to be able to categorize each entry. Call it "categories" or "tags" or "keywords" -- whatever. When I look at good commercial sites or even wordpress blog templates, there is often a "categories" section, usually over on the right somewhere. Better yet, looking at the MacRumors home page, look on the right and scroll down and eventually you come to a box labeled "Rumors by Product".



So how do I do that?



Based on advice I have seen in this forum, I am trying to do things on my own by writing my own html and css from scratch. So far it has beena great learning experience, and so far I have been able to accomplish what I want.



The bit I am stumped on is how to implement "tags" or "categories".



Is this some elementary html thing that I have just not picked up on? I would really like to continue developing this from scratch. I know I can throw in the towel and grab a wordpress template or the like, but I really want to learn how this is done "for real." I have loaded up the "Develop" menu in Safari and tried scanning website source. I see so much php, javascript, xml, etc. that I am not sure which bits are relevant and which are not.



Thanks very much - any guidance will be much appreciated.</div>


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