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Leonardo da Vinci+    3
Leonardo da Vinci

Hi supports

I ask about Category , Vanilla , mediawiki pages , What are they and how can use them

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Rob    547
Rob

Category is page used by WordPress to display a list of posts in a category.

Vanilla is a discussion forum and MediaWiki is a special system for creating an online encyclopedia of facts. Batman is correct, these two are integrations.


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Leonardo da Vinci+    3
Leonardo da Vinci

(batman , Rob) Thanks a lot for explanation :)

but how can I create a Wordpress category ? , I tried to find it but nothing !

What I need is put all my categories in a page , so can any one see all my categories when visit that page

Please may you help me with this

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