Plugin Reviews

Multi-column Tag Map

Multi-column Tag Map will display site pages, posts, categories taxonomies and tags in a visually logical way.

23 reviews
Average Rating
4.7 out of 5 stars
very good
By , for WP 4.3.1

very good

Excelent IDEA
By , for WP 4.3.1

Excelent IDEA and implementationS.

Does what it's supposed to do
By , for WP 4.3.1

The plug-in helped us setting up a glossary and it made our lives a lot easier thanks to the multitude of options to configure it. Give it a try, it doesn't overpromise. :)

By , for WP 4.3.1

The tag map is beautiful and there are many options.

Today I had a problem and the support was very fast and very helpful.

Thank you so much.

By , for WP 4.3.1

This looked perfect..absolutely what I was looking for..installed easily...and then I see all the hard CSS configurations needed. If you have a personal developer in your pocket it should be a snap. If you are a user and not a career geek, keep looking I guess..too bad..almost a winner...

just what i'm looking for!
By , for WP 4.2.4

Even though it hasn't been developed voor over 2 years, still works great! It has all the options i am looking for and great documentation. thanks a lot!

Very promising!
By , for WP 4.1.1

One of the best index plugins of its kind.
Too bad that not everything works "out of the box"

Very Useful
By , for WP 4.1

This is a fantastic plugin, especially when there are multiple authors.

Great !
By , for WP 4.0

pity that this plugin is not updated. The last update date of the last year! Well, it's true that it is quite compatible with the new wordpress ... I like him for the work he does. But I wish they could also show the categories on the site and pages. But hey ... go do not leave it! I use it! It is too early!

Looks nice, works well but not truly responsive
By , for WP 4.0

I like the idea behind this plugin. It is well presented and looks professional in the sense that it presents linked tags like a journal index. There's just one issue for me: if you opt for a three-column layout and view it on a small screen, the third column is placed under the first column. Suddenly my alphabetized list looks odd, with my tag headings reading A, B, C, S, T as I read down the first column, and then G, H, L in the second column.

If I choose 1 column width, the column expands to the entire width, but if I choose two-column, it doesn't do this. It would be useful if whatever column number you chose expanded to 100% width.

Also I'd like it so the columns reduced in number according to screen size, so I have three columns when the screen is over 900px wide, but reduces to two columns when 500px wide instead of placing the third column underneath.

If these issues were fixed, I'd give this plugin five stars because I like everything else about it.

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