Support » Plugin: Media Library Assistant » Tag cloud and gallery : fixed font-size ?

  • Resolved gavy1

    (@gavy1)


    Hello,
    
    Thanks for this awesome plugin.
    
    Thanks to it i've found how to upload my photographs, have them automatically  assigned att_categories and att_tags and this piece of code given in the documentation to allow users to choose the photograph to display using the att_categories list is working almost perfectly for me :
    
    [mla_tag_cloud taxonomy=attachment_category number=0 mla_link_href="{+page_url+}?term_slug={+slug+}"]
    
    [mla_gallery attachment_category="{+template:({+request:term_slug+}|a-bad-term)+}"  link="lightbox" mla_nolink_text="Cliquez sur une catégorie pour afficher les photos."]
    
    Of course, if i write here that means there are still something bothering me :
    
    - Is this possible to display the att_categories (first shortcode) with always the same font-size ? (presently, if my first category has 32 pictures and my second has only 2, then the first category name is bigger).
    
    Thanks in advance for your answer !
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  • Plugin Author David Lingren

    (@dglingren)

    Thanks for your kind words and for your question. Thanks as well for including the full text of your shortcodes; very helpful.

    You can fix the size of your tag cloud links by adding parameters to the [mla_tag_cloud] shortcode as described in the “Tag Cloud Item Parameters” section on the Settings/Media Library Assistant Documentation tab. There you will find:

    • smallest – The text size (default 8) of the tag with the smallest count value (units given by unit parameter).
    • largest – The text size (default 22) of the tag with the highest count value (units given by the unit parameter).

    Try adding something like smallest=12 largest=12 to the shortcode and adjust it to suit your needs.

    I am marking this topic resolved but please update it if you have any problems or further questions regarding the above suggestions. Thanks for your interest in the plugin.

    Thread Starter gavy1

    (@gavy1)

    Hi !

    That’s perfect ! Thanks a lot !

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