I have a snippet which displays all entries within a channel and I want to have displayed entries only from a particular tag, but I'm not able to display tagged entries. Then I have decided to display all tagged entries without limitation (code below) but this is not working either.

{exp:channel:entries channel="products" orderby="title" sort="asc" limit="8" status="open" paginate="bottom" dynamic="no"}
    {if switchee_no_results}
            <div class="no-entries"><p>No entries yet.</p></div>

        <div class="col-md-3 col-sm-6 category-item">
            <a href="{site_url}{segment_1}/{segment_2}/{url_title}">
    {product_image limit="1"}
            <img src="{product_image:image}" alt="{product_image:title}" class="img-responsive">

{switch='|||</div><div class="row row-category">'}





Even switching code to

{exp:tag:related_entries channel="products" orderby="title" sort="asc" limit="8" paginate="bottom"}
    <p>Page {tag_current_page} of {tag_total_pages}. {tag_pagination_links}</p>

doesn't do anything.

Another simple test - template below

        {exp:tag:entries tag="test"}
        {if switchee_no_results}
            <div class="no-entries"><p>No entries yet.</p></div>


is displaying only 1. for me, so it looks like tag tag is not working withing templates.

Any clue why is not working? I'm running EE 2.7.3 and Tag 4.2.5


  • What version of Tag and EE are you using? Also, try putting your code on a regular template (not a snippet), at least to eliminate snippets as a possible point of issues. Also, looks like {exp:tag:entries} would be the tag to use to display entries associated with a tag: solspace.com/docs/tag/entries
    – Solspace
    Commented Mar 20, 2014 at 2:17
  • OP updated. As I have mentioned previously - last test from OP is running as a regular template, not a snippet, and it looks like EE tag tag is not recognized at all. Commented Mar 20, 2014 at 14:19
  • If you're using {exp:tag:entries}, you must provide a tag either in the URL (with the correct URL "marker" segment, default being /tag/), or by using the tag="" parameter. If using {exp:tag:related_entries} (still not sure why you're using that tag), you need to provide an entry_id through the URL or through the entry_id="" parameter.
    – Solspace
    Commented Mar 21, 2014 at 6:02
  • OP updated. Added tag="test" and still not getting anything, even 2 or No entries yet is not displayed. For me it just confirmation that EE tag tag is not recognized at all. Commented Mar 21, 2014 at 12:00

1 Answer 1


The solution was to use {exp:tag:entries} to display entries associated with a tag, but also make sure the status of those entries are set to "open", and if they aren't use the status="some_other_status" parameter.

  • Feel free to add to the solution if there are additional details to add.
    – Solspace
    Commented Mar 25, 2014 at 4:27

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