Categories are used in DailyWeeKee to link articles under a common topic and are found at the bottom of the article page. Clicking the category name displays a list of articles in that category, as well any sub-categories. Categories allow readers to navigate through DailyWeeKee and find related articles.
All of the categories form a hierarchy, although sub-categories may be a member of more than one category. An example of a small part of this hierarchical structure is shown:
|Category:History||→ Category:History by location||→ Category:History by country|
|→ Category:History of Australia||→ Category:History of New South Wales|
|→ Category:History of the United States||→ Category:History of California|
|→ Category:History of Zambia|
The actual relationship can be a little more complex as a category may appear as a subcategory of several other categories.
The uppermost category in the hierarchy is Category:Contents. From here all other categories branch out, including those that are used for the maintenance of DailyWeeKee.
If an entry in a category is shown in italics it is a redirect to an article of a different name that contains information about that particular subject.