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  1. Mike Rundle

    Looks like how lists their recent articles.

  2. Erika

    Love the idea! The implementation is much cleaner (a problem that I have with the average tag cloud) so it’s definitely a good look.

    By the way… love the redesign, just wish you had a different background for it. :)

  3. Liam

    Sweet, I’ll certainly consider using this in future, thanks for sharing.

  4. Janko

    Hm, interesting. As I see it, this is not just a simple replacement for tag clouds, buth rathar a different concept. It will affect the design and the layout.

    Anyway, a good idea since I also dislike tag clouds. However, it seems like if people got used to it, so I’ll keep clouds for a while…

  5. Zinni

    Janko, it is a different concept with a similar goal. It might not be for everyone and every site, however it does solve a common problem of blog design in a way that I feel is evolutionary. Maybe this will lead to some different formatting options being added to the default wordpress tag cloud. This would give greater flexibility to the designers and allow for some interesting new ideas.

  6. is there a way to change the no of rows? ie, add more? can you point me to where i should go?

  7. Zinni


    changing the number 25 is this line of the php will allow you to have more entries:

    $tags = get_tags(array(‘orderby’ => ‘count’, ‘order’ => ‘DESC’, ‘number’ => 25));

    You will also need to adjust the css to make them fit vertically but that will allow you to add more rows.

  8. Jerry Sheehan

    Does anyone have a live example of this? I’d like to compare/contrast with some other tag representations I have seen.

  9. @Jerry Sheehan

    It’s on the far right of this site, under visualise to the right of popular articles. As you can see it works very well.


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