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Use: {{#is "tag"}}{{/is}} to detect this context

Tags in Ghost each get their own tag archive which lists all posts associated with the tag. You’re in the tag context when viewing the page thats lists all posts with that tag, as well as subsequent pages of posts. The tag context is not set on posts or pages with tags, only on the list of posts for that tag.


The default URL for tag pages is /tag/:slug/. The tag context is also set on subsequent pages of the post list, which live at /tag/:slug/page/:num/. The slug part of the URL is based on the name of the tag and can be configured from the Tags page in Admin. To change the tag URL structure, use routing.


The default template for a tag page is index.hbs — or an optional tag.hbs template can be used.

To provide a custom template for a specific tag, use tag-:slug.hbs where the :slug matches the tag’s slug.

For example, if you have a tag ‘photo’ with the url /tag/photo/, adding a template called tag-photo.hbs will cause that template to be used for the photo tag instead of tag.hbs, or index.hbs.

These templates exist in a hierarchy. Ghost looks for a template which matches the slug (tag-:slug.hbs) first, then looks for tag.hbs and finally uses index.hbs if neither is available.


When in the tag context, a template gets access to 3 objects: the tag object which matches the route, an array of post objects and a pagination object. As with all contexts, all of the @site global data is also available.

Tag object

Use the block expression ({{#tag}}{{/tag}}) to drop into the tag scope and access all of the attributes.

Tag object attributes

  • id — the incremental ID of the tag
  • name — name of the tag
  • slug — slugified version of the name (used in urls and also useful for class names)
  • description — description of the tag
  • feature_image — the cover image associated with the tag
  • meta_title — custom meta title for the page
  • meta_description — custom meta description for the page
  • url — the web address for the tag’s page
  • accent_color — the accent color of the tag

Post list

Each of the posts can be looped through using {{#foreach 'posts'}}{{/foreach}}. The template code inside the block will be rendered for each post, and have access to all of the post object attributes.


The pagination object provided is the same everywhere. The best way to output pagination is to use the pagination helper.


The {{#tag}}{{/tag}} block expression is useful for accessing all attributes. Once inside the tag, use helpers like {{img_url}} and {{url}} to output the tag’s details.

Using {{#foreach 'posts'}}{{/foreach}} is the best way to loop through the list of posts and output each one. If you’re using the Members feature, consider the content visibility of your posts

If your theme does have a tag.hbs and author.hbs file all outputting similar post lists to index.hbs you may wish to use a partial to define your post list item, for example: {{> "loop"}}.

<!-- tag.hbs -->

<!-- Everything inside of #tag pulls data from the tag -->
  	{{#if feature_image}}
    	<img src="{{feature_image}}" alt="{{name}}" />

  <section class="author-profile">
    {{#if description}}

<main role="main">
    <!-- includes the post loop - partials/loop.hbs -->
    {{> "loop"}}

<!-- Previous/next page links - displayed on every page -->