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Super Tags Widget

Description

The Super Tags plugin, is a customizable alternative to the default WordPress® Tag Cloud widget. This widget makes it possible for you to fully customize a Tag Cloud ( or multiple Tag Clouds ) to meet your specific needs. It takes the same options as the wp_tag_cloud() function. You can specify a number of configurable parameters, such as: minimum font size, maximum font size, maximum tags to display, format ( flat|list ), separators, order, sort method, specific tags to include, specific tags to exclude, or even a specific taxonomy ( post_tag|category|link_category ).

Screenshots

  • Super Tags Widget / Screenshot #1

Installation

  1. Upload the /super-tags-widget folder to your /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress®.
  3. Navigate to Appearance->Widgets and add the widget.

Special instructions for Multisite Blog Farms: If you’re installing this plugin on WordPress® with Multisite/Networking enabled, and you run a Blog Farm ( i.e. you give away free blogs to the public ); please define("MULTISITE_FARM", true); in your /wp-config.php file. When this plugin is running on a Multisite Blog Farm, it will mutate itself ( including its menus ) for safe compatiblity with Blog Farms. You don’t need to do this unless you run a Blog Farm. If you’re running the standard version of WordPress®, or you run WordPress® Multisite to host your own sites, you can ( and should ) skip this step.

FAQ

Where can I learn more about the option parameters?

This plugin takes the same options as the wp_tag_cloud() function. Docs are found here.

Contributors & Developers

“Super Tags Widget” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Interested in development?

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Changelog

110709

  • Routine maintenance. No signifigant changes.

110708

  • Routine maintenance. No signifigant changes.
  • Compatibility with WordPress v3.2.

110523

  • Versioning. Starting with this release, versions will follow this format: yymmdd. The version for this release is: 110523.
  • Routine maintenance. No signifigant changes.

1.4.2

  • Routine maintenance. No signifigant changes.

1.4.1

  • Routine maintenance. No signifigant changes.

1.4

  • Framework updated; general cleanup.
  • Updated with static class methods. This plugin now uses PHP’s SPL autoload functionality to further optimize all of its routines.
  • Optimizations. Further internal optimizations applied through configuration checksums that allow this plugin to load with even less overhead now.

1.3.7

  • Framework updated; general cleanup.
  • Updated for compatibility with WordPress® 3.1.

1.3.6

  • Framework updated; general cleanup.

1.3.5

  • Framework updated; general cleanup.

1.3.4

  • Framework updated; general cleanup.
  • Updated minimum requirements to WordPress® 3.0.

1.3.3

  • Framework updated to WS-W-3.0.

1.3.2

  • Framework updated to WS-W-2.3.

1.3.1

  • Updated minimum requirements to WordPress® 2.9.2.
  • Framework updated to WS-W-2.2.

1.3

  • WebSharks Framework for Widgets has been updated to W-2.1.
  • Stable tag updated in support of tagged releases within the repository at WordPress.org.

1.2

  • Re-organized core framework. Updated to: W-2.0.
  • Updated to support WP 2.9+.

1.1

  • Updated documentation.
  • Replaced deprecated split() function with preg_split().

1.0

  • Initial release.