MO Auto add terms is a PHP module for Drupal 6.x.
Whenever you create a taxonomy that the users can grow, that taxonomy will evolve as time passes. There are multiple ways to handle this. The simple but quite tedious way is to edit all your nodes each time one or more terms are added to the taxonomy. Another is to have a complete taxonomy from the start and make sure to assign words as required each time you add new nodes. It is more than likely that you will miss many words in both cases.
The best solution is to have a module that can handle the work for you. This module will search for the words in your node and assign them to the node vocabulary automatically. Whether the taxonomy is grown as you go or is a pre-existing taxonomy, it will for sure index the pages by the words found in the vocabulary.
The MO Auto add terms will do just that and not only with nodes that you newly create or edit, but retroactively to all your nodes! If you have a website with 10,000 nodes and someone adds the term Yellow for the first time. Assuming that you rarely mention the color Yellow, it is found in only 1% of your site. That means 100 nodes uses the word Yellow. After a little while, MO Auto add terms will find all of these 100 nodes and link them to the new term, all automatically.
Note that we hope that once you understand how to make the best out of all the features available in this module, you start understanding how powerful a tool it is to help you with your SEO and other important aspects of a website. The MO Auto add terms module can be used to generate the terms to add to your page header (i.e. keywords). The terms to be used to search for your products by color, sizes, shape, materials, and any other attribute. Having things linked together the way the terms links pages together helps search engines such as Google to group your products in a sensical manner.
Note: Version 1.0 has been removed because it would delete the taxonomy items of all the taxonomies before adding those of the taxonomies marked as MO Auto add terms. It is suggested that you use the newest version at all time.
It has been reported that the "Hide vocabulary" feature of our module does not work properly when certain other modules are also installed (most certainly Hierarchical Select Taxonomy, although others may have side effects too.)
In order to fix the problem, increase the weight of the MO Auto add terms module until the feature works again. It seems 2 makes it work.
If you had an older version of MO Auto add terms and are upgrading to version 1.10, you may need to run the /update.php script even though your report form does not tell you to do so. This will ensure that the new trigger menu appears. There is no need to run the update script otherwise.