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    Tag a site with name and description

    Is there a way to tag a site with name and description?  Ideally create as many tags that I might want.  Right now I have 4 sites of which only 1 has gone live. The others are still in development and therefore have system generated internal names that are unfriendly.  I would like to be able to tag the sites and see those tag values in the "Managed Wordpress" page /hosting/mwp/index so that I can easily work with the site of my choice.

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    Re: Tag a site with name and description

    @fulton 

     

    Ah, I understand now. Thanks for the clarification!

     

    To my knowledge, there's not a way to do that in the GoDaddy control panel, but if you haven't checked it out yet, I would look into using GoDaddy Pro. It's free (for the most part, addons can cost) and it will allow you to manage all your sites from one place and give them names like you want before you make them live sites. 

    I hope that helps!



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    Re: Tag a site with name and description

    @fulton 

     

    I'm not sure exactly what you mean by "tag" in this instance. However, if you go to the General Settings in the WordPress Admin, you can name the site and give it a subtitle. It's typically suggested that it reflect some keywords about the site. Is that what you meant? If not, could you clarify your question a bit so we can help?



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    Re: Tag a site with name and description

    @MrVapor I am talking about the Godaddy control panel / dashboard:

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    Re: Tag a site with name and description

    @fulton 

     

    Ah, I understand now. Thanks for the clarification!

     

    To my knowledge, there's not a way to do that in the GoDaddy control panel, but if you haven't checked it out yet, I would look into using GoDaddy Pro. It's free (for the most part, addons can cost) and it will allow you to manage all your sites from one place and give them names like you want before you make them live sites. 

    I hope that helps!



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