In WordPress 2.3 you don’t have easy access to your Tags, so I switched from Simple Tagging Plugin to Simple Tags with this new WP Version.
I make it short, to display the Tag Cloud I like to use the ‘if function exists’, so I insert in the Template (mostly in the sidebar) this code:
<?php if (class_exists('SimpleTags')) : ?>
<h3>Keywords - Tags</h3>
<?php st_tag_cloud(); ?>
<?php endif; ?>
In Admin View of WordPress under Tags I set the Tagcloud Options like this:
Order tags selection: Random
Order tags display: name-asc
Maximum number of tags… : 80 So I display max 80 of the used Tags sort by Alphabet, randomly choosen
Color and Size you should play a bit..
Now, I think important is the title of the Tag you see at the Cursor. Title should be the tag_name, nothing else…
&title=&xformat=<a href="%tag_link%" title="%tag_name%" %tag_rel% style="%tag_size% %tag_color%">%tag_name%</a>
Simple Tags Wordpress Using Inline CSS. It is simple to use inline CSS to create a box around a paragraph. First, use the default WordPress Editor (ie the Visual tab page) to write the entire post, including the The Administration Screen provides access to the control features of your WordPress installation. Each Administration Screen is presented in sections, the toolbar (and header), the main navigation, the work area, and the footer. Formerly known