KB User's Guide - Documents Tab - Unique Keywords
Click the Unique Keywords link for a list of all keywords contained in documents on a KB Group's site. This will help KB authors and admins ensure consistency when making keyword choices.
Unique Keywords in the KB Admin Tools
The link to Unique Keywords is below the Broken Links link in the list of links on the left side of the Documents tab in the KB Admin Tools.
The Unique Keywords are sorted alphabetically in 27 table rows. The integer in parentheses after each keyword indicates the number of occurrences of that keyword. The higher the number of occurrences, the bigger the font size so the more frequently used keywords stand out.
The standard KB search queries both document title and keywords fields. On the Unique Keywords page, a dropdown box allows users to choose to display unique words used in keywords field only, or title field only, or both the keywords and title fields.
The unique keywords list does not include keywords used in inactive documents.
Displaying Unique Keywords on your Subsite Homepage
The image below shows a Side Module Link displaying the subsite's Unique Keywords.
To display the Unique Keywords on your own subsite, you will need to have a Content Module to which the Side Module Link will pertain. Please consult KB User's Guide - SitePref Tab - Customizing Your KB Site's Front Page for more information on custom Content Module, Side Module and Side Module link creation.
In the KB Admin Tools, go to the SitePref Tab and choose the Side Module Links link on the left navigation bar. This will take you to the Side Module Links screen; at the bottom of that page is a place to create a NEW Side Module Link. After you choose the appropriate Module Name from the dropdown box, then, you will create a Link Name like "My KB Site's Keyword Index". Next, in the Link URL field, enter
keywords.php, select whether you want your link to appear on the internal/or external sites, Popup, and order. Finally, click on the Add button on the far right of that row.
The image below shows you what the active Unique Keywords Side Module Link looks like in the KB User's Guide.