Multi-column Tag Map will display site pages, posts, categories taxonomies and tags in a visually logical way.
Most likely this is a timeout or an out of memory issue. Fo rthe time being, increase your WP_MEMORY_LIMIT.
Currently the plugin only displays and groups non-English words. It does not sort these words alphabetically. If someone would like to help translate it into another language, it would be appreciated.
mctagmap does nothing to the core functions of WordPress. There should be no reason that a theme changes the default functions as to how WordPress handles tags. Knowing that, there shouldn't be any reason why the plugin does not work in your theme. The CSS might get overwritten due the the hierarchy of your themes CSS but, that can be changed by editing the mctagmap.css.
See screenshot "pre-code error".
In your admin panel for the page, switch to HTML view. Notice your theme is wrapping the shortcode in:
Please remove that. That should fix it up.
Multi-column Tag Map looks for the tags created by WordPress. Most other plugins (NextGen, The Events Calendar, etc...) create tags but, they are not stored in the database the same way as WordPress does. Combining those tags into Multi-column Tag Map is possible but, any method of doing this is a hack and is not supported out of the box. I will not add this functionality to the plugin as a default since I have no control over the other plugins and cannot make any guarantee that the other plugins will not change how they structure and handle tags in the future.
Requires: 2.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.5.3
Last Updated: 2 weeks ago
Active Installs: 9,000+
1 of 7 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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