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Section deprecation in v7 manual
Signed-off-by: Chris Warrick <kwpolska@gmail.com>
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Categories
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The next unit for organizing your content are categories. A post can have only one category, specified with the ``category`` meta tag. Those are *deprecated* and replaced by sections. They are displayed alongside tags. You can have categories and tags with the same name (categories’ RSS and HTML files are prefixed with ``cat_`` by default).
The next unit for organizing your content are categories. A post can have only one category, specified with the ``category`` meta tag. They are displayed alongside tags. You can have categories and tags with the same name (categories’ RSS and HTML files are prefixed with ``cat_`` by default).

Sections
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Sections are the newest feature for taxonomy, and are not supported in themes by default. There are two ways to assign a section to a post:
Sections are the newest feature for taxonomy, and are not supported in themes
by default. **Sections are deprecated and have been replaced by categories in
Nikola v8.**

There are two ways to assign a section to a post:


* through the directory structure (first directory is the section name, eg. ``/code/my-project/`` is in the `code` category) — your POSTS should have those directories as the second element, eg.

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