Saturday, March 18, 2006

Tag Clouds

Tag clouds are a way of graphically portraying tags rather than using a list.

The advantages are in ease of use, being able to see your most popular/most posted to tags and space saving. For a far better definition of tag clouds check out the Wikipedia page. I use Wikipedia a lot which I access via a search engine extension to Firefox, my favorite web browser by far. Get Firefox!

I have added a couple of tag clouds to the side bar. The side bar is now longer than all of my posts and growing. (I am trying to restrict myself but there are more and more blogging tools available) To add these tag clouds to your page go to:
The above two were just the first I came across. There are a number of other sites that offer tag clouds although not have the facility to include the code on your pag. A google search revealed:
If you know Cold Fusion and wish to create your own tag cloud follow the instructions on Pete Freitag's blog

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Saturday, March 18, 2006

Tag Clouds

Tag clouds are a way of graphically portraying tags rather than using a list.

The advantages are in ease of use, being able to see your most popular/most posted to tags and space saving. For a far better definition of tag clouds check out the Wikipedia page. I use Wikipedia a lot which I access via a search engine extension to Firefox, my favorite web browser by far. Get Firefox!

I have added a couple of tag clouds to the side bar. The side bar is now longer than all of my posts and growing. (I am trying to restrict myself but there are more and more blogging tools available) To add these tag clouds to your page go to:
The above two were just the first I came across. There are a number of other sites that offer tag clouds although not have the facility to include the code on your pag. A google search revealed:
If you know Cold Fusion and wish to create your own tag cloud follow the instructions on Pete Freitag's blog

Del.icio.us:

No comments: