Jerome's Keywords tag cloud broken links (9 posts)

  1. Matt
    Posted 7 years ago #

    http://www.nwmusicblog.com/tag/crocodile+cafe yields

    "Sorry, no posts matched your criteria."

    (There are many posts for that tag)

  2. Toaster
    Posted 7 years ago #

    After upgrading to WP 2.3.2 I have the same problem.

  3. WordPress 2.3 and up has tags built in now. Did you migrate the tags from your old tag system to the new built-in one?


  4. Matt
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Manage -> Import

    then what? There's no mention of tags on that page.

    WP 2.3.2

  5. moshu
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Take a second look...
    line #7: Jerome’s Keywords Import Jerome’s Keywords into the new native tagging structure.

  6. Matt
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Strange... It's simply not there. Is my install incomplete? Or is that a plugin?

    Here's a screenshot:

  7. moshu
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Incomplete upgrade?

  8. Definitely incomplete upgrade.

    Re-upload the wp-admin and wp-includes folders to your site.

  9. ایه لیک To Have داشتن
    Posted 7 years ago #


    I had the same problem and I did this:

    1- Import the JKW (Jerom's Keyword) from here: (www.domain.com/yourblog/)wp-admin/admin.php?import=jkw (choose 1.x or 2.0a, 1.x is the most in use) it takes some times due the number of tags you have added to database.
    2- Delete any thing related to JKW on your theme and deactivate the JKW plugin.
    3- Go to the theme page you want to show up the tags, insert this line inside loop:

    <?php if ( function_exists('the_tags') ) {
    the_tags('before', 'seperator', 'after'); } ?>

    which you can decide how to show the tags. Before is text befor the tag, ex. Tags or Keywords. Seperator is some comas or dashes to seperate the tags. After is the end of conversation, put dot or | or leave it blank.
    I use this:

    <?php if ( function_exists('the_tags') ) {
    the_tags('Keywords:', ', ', ''); } ?>

    Now, you are ready to go. All functionalities work perfectly.

    to show the tag cloud use:

    <?php wp_tag_cloud(''); ?> any where in theme, ex. sidebar or ..

    I had bad time till I got this works, and now I rest and watch it works great. hope it helps you out.

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