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How to Decide Between Using Taxonomy Terms and a CCK Field to Classify Content on a Drupal Site

07 Sep
Published by Mark W. Breneman

I have always wondered if there were any printed rules to help one choose between using Taxonomy Terms and a CCK Field.  This article boils down to use Taxonomy Terms unless it a specif item like size or color that you do not intend to use else where.How to Decide Between Using Taxonomy Terms and a CCK Field to Classify Content on a Drupal Site | JuliaKM.comI often have a hard time deciding whether to use a CCK field or the taxonomy module when building Drupal
sites. At Drupalcon, I was glad to see that I am not alone in my
confusion. At the Drupalcon Drupal Taxonomy Revisted session, I finally
started to understand the use case for each....

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