Any time you use a tag on your Tumblr, that tag is automatically given a page on your Tumblr, as well as added to the tag page on Tumblr. For instance, if you tag a post with "submission," there are two pages you would find other users can see your post on: username.tumblr.com/tagged/submission and www.tumblr.com/tagged/submission. By customising your Tumblr, you can link to tagged posts as a page, so users can read all your Tumblr posts under a certain tag.
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Copy the URL for the tag you want to link to as a page. You can do this for any tag on your blog. You can also access the tag page by clicking any tag at the bottom of a post.
Go to your Tumblr blog and click the "Customize" link in the upper-right corner of the window.
Click "Pages" on the top navigation bar, and click the "Add a Page" link at the bottom of the "Pages" pop-down menu. "Add a Page" will open in a new pop-up window.
Create a custom URL for your tag page by adding a title in the "Page URL" text box. This can be anything you want. If you call it "writing," the URL would be username.tumblr.com/writing.
Choose "Redirect" from the "Page Type" drop-down menu.
Paste the tag URL -- username.tumblr.com/tagged/tag -- in the "Redirect to" text box. If you want to display a link to this tag page on your Tumblr, select the check box beside "Show a Link to this Page" and enter a title for your page.
Click "Create Page" to create the page to your tagged posts, and click "Save & Close" in the upper-right corner to save the changes to your blog. You can link to your page using the custom URL you've created, and tagged posts will be displayed using your Tumblr theme.
Tips and warnings
- Tag are denoted at the bottom of a post with "#" marks.
- Tags with spaces will use an underscore; i.e., username.tumblr.com/tagged/my_writing.
- Tags that have a forward slash in them will result in an error when you try to view the tag page; it's best to avoid symbols whenever possible.