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I use the code "Link to the Tag URLs" from the following article: https://craftcms.com/support/tag-urls

{% if entry.tags | length %}
<h3>This entry is tagged with:</h3>

<ul>
    {% for tag in entry.tags %}
        <li><a href="{{ siteUrl }}tags/{{ tag.title | url_encode }}">{{ tag.title }}</a></li>
    {% endfor %}
</ul>{% endif %}

One thing is that the "url_encode" doesnt really apply as if I expected. The URL looks like this: http://domain.dev/tags/My%20Tag%20Name

But when I click on it, there are still spaces in the address line.

So my question is: is that ok like this?

I was also thinking about using the kebab filter. There I receive this url: http://domain.dev/tags/my-tag-name

which looks prettier. But I now I get an error with the routing when I want fetch the tag:

{% set tag = craft.tags.title(tag).first() %}
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This post helped me with my issue with a different approach (except of using the kebab filter the slug of the tag is used for the route)

Use of tag.slug instead of tag.title in a custom route

as I think that makes lot more sense then using the title, maybe it would be a good idea to update the article in the support section of the craftcms website.

  • +100 on updating the article in the support section. I think that article predates the existance of tag.slug – Marion Newlevant Oct 1 '17 at 14:53

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