Author: Alexander Barkov
> I would like to use different tags (or categories) for different 
> parts of a website and I would like to have a "Default" tag which 
> includes all pages that are not part of another category. I tried to 
> configure different tags for different URLs:
> > Tag A
> >
> > 
> > Tag B
> >
> > 
> > Tag C
> >
> The problem is that the tag C includes all pages of 
>, including those of /part-a/ and /part-b/.

The above configuration looks fine.
Note, after adding the Tag commands it needs full re-crawling.
The easiest way is just to clean the database and crawl again:

indexer -Cw

> Is there a possibility to set the tag which should be used for a 
> page, e. g. with a document section? Like '<meta 
> name="mnoGoSearchTag" content="B" />'? Or does anybody have a clue 
> how to solve this issue?

There is no a way to set exactly the Tag value this way.
But you can use a meta.* section for the same purpose, say:

Section meta.mnoGoSearchTag  14 0

After full re-crawling, the collected values can be used to limit search
with help of sl.mnoGoSearchTag=B search parameter.
See here how to pass search parameters:

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