Tag content object class.
Tags are basically 'subjects' that can be used to label content objects, to facilitate retrieval of related items. However, tags are content objects in their own right and can be used as a simple hook to create a section on your website. Tags can be grouped into collections via the parent field, and tag collections can be used to create custom tag select boxes.
Copyright: Simon Wilkinson 2013-2017 (https://tuskfish.biz)
License: GNU General Public License (GPL) V2
Author: Simon Wilkinson firstname.lastname@example.org
Version: Release: 1.0
Properties: int $id Auto-increment, set by database.
Properties: string $type Content object type eg. TfishArticle etc. [ALPHA]
Properties: string $title The name of this content.
Properties: string $teaser A short (one paragraph) summary or abstract for this content. [HTML]
Properties: string $description The full article or description of the content. [HTML]
Properties: string image An associated image file, eg. a screenshot a good way to handle it. [FILEPATH OR URL]
Properties: string $caption Caption of the image file.
Properties: int $parent A source work or collection of which this content is part.
Properties: int $online Toggle object on or offline.
Properties: int $submission_time Timestamp representing submission time.
Properties: int $counter Number of times this content was viewed or downloaded.
Properties: string $meta_title Set a custom page title for this content.
Properties: string $meta_description Set a custom page meta description for this content.
Properties: string $seo SEO-friendly string; it will be appended to the URL for this content.
Properties: string $handler Handler for this object (not persistent).
Properties: string $template The template that should be used to display this object (not persistent).
Properties: string $module The module that handles this content type (not persistent).
Properties: string $icon The Font Awesome icon representing this content type (not persistent).
Located at trust_path/libraries/tuskfish/class/TfishTag.php