NOTE: The Category module is no longer maintained, see #140911-8: Will this project be continued to Drupal 7?
The Category module allows you to structure your site into a tree-like hierarchy of pages, and to classify your dynamic content, all within one seamless interface. Gone are the days when these two tasks were carried out using separate and incompatible tools: now it's all one and the same. Built upon the solid foundations of the book and taxonomy modules, the category module overcomes the weaknesses of both these tools, to give you more power than ever before in customizing the navigational experience of your Drupal site.
Documentation, announcements, a live demo, and more can be found on the category module web site. If you're interested, also see why the category module documentation is not here on drupal.org.
- create and maintain container and category nodes at administer >> categories.
- administer general category options at administer >> settings >> category.
- assign content to your categories by configuring containers to allow certain node types, and then selecting categories for your new nodes on the 'create content' form.
- transform existing nodes of other types into containers or categories, using the tabs displayed on node pages.
- file issues, read about known bugs, and download the latest version on the Category project page.