This plugin aims to be the most configurable tag cloud widget out there, able to suit all your weird tag cloud needs.
This plugin is under active development and my goal is to try to help everyone who have issues or suggestions for this plugin. If you find bugs or have feature requests please use GitHub issues, if you need support please use the WordPress forums.
My contact information is
If you use this plugin and like it, please consider leaving a donation.
You can integrate the widget within your own theme even if you're not using standard WordPress widgets. Just install and load the plugin as described and use the function
<?php do_utcw($args); ?>
$args being a array of
key => value pairs for the options you would like to set. For example if you'd like to change the title of the widget:
<?php $args = array( "title" => "Most awesome title ever" ); do_utcw( $args );
To use multiple configuration options just separate them with a comma:
<?php $args = array( "title" => "Most awesome title ever", "max" => 10 ); do_utcw( $args );
If you're not able to change your theme you can also use the shortcode
[utcw] anywhere in your posts or pages. You can pass any of the settings along with the shortcode in the format of
key="value", for instance if you'd like to change the widget title:
[utcw title="Most awesome title ever"]
The plugin also uses a couple of filters for you to be able to alter the output. These are documented in the filters documentation at GitHub.
As of version 2.6 you can create custom selection strategies, more information can be found in the strategy documentation at GitHub
All the configuration options can be found in the configuration documentation at GitHub.
!importantin the CSS longer, this might change the cloud presentation in some cases
The power of the open source community is being able to help out and submitting patches when bugs are found. I would like to thank the following contributors for submitting patches and helping out with the development:
With your help this list will hopefully grow in the future ;)
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.2
Last Updated: 2014-4-19
1 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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