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Add blogger tag cloud widgets by label/categories

This widget is perfect for blogspot users who desire a simple tag cloud for their Categories. The Labels Cloud can easily be implemented within the sidebar of your blog and will match your template wonderfully.

Steps for Implementation
Step 1: Back it Up
Always make sure to back up your Blogger Template before doing anything else!

Step 2: The Labels Gadget
Make sure that you have the Labels Page Element installed. If you haven't already...

   1. Go to Layout >Page Elements .
   2. Click "Add a Gadget" and then add the "Labels" gadget.

Step 3: Locating the "Old Code"

   1. Now go to Layout >Edit HTML
   2. Make sure that the "Expand Widgets Template" box is unchecked.
   3. Now we need to search for the code that looks like this.

          <b:widget id='Label1' locked='false' title='Tags' type='Label'/>

      Your code may look a little different. So try using your browser's search tool to find type='Label'.

Step 4: Replacing the "Old Code" with the "New Code"

   1. Once you've located type='Label', remove the whole line of code that looks just like the code mentioned in part 3 of step 3.
   2. Replace this code that you've just deleted with the code below:

          /*
          Distributed by laxman kafle at templates-widgets.blogspot.com
          */ <b:widget id='Label1' locked='false' title='Tags' type='Label'>
          <b:includable id='main'>
          <b:if cond='data:title'>
          <h2><data:title/></h2>
          </b:if>
          <div class='widget-content' style='text-align: justify;'>
          <script type='text/javascript'>
          /*
          Simple Blogger Tag Cloud Widget
          by Raymond May Jr.
          http://www.compender.com
          Released to the Public Domain
          */

          //Settings / Variables
          var max = 150; //max css size (in percent)
          var min = 70; //min css size (in percent)
          var showCount = false;  // show counts? true for yes, false for no
          var minCount = 1;  // what is the minimum count for a tag to be shown? 1 for all


          //Begin code:
          var range = max - min;

          //Build label Array
          var labels = new Array();
          <b:loop values='data:labels' var='label'>
          labels.push(&quot;<data:label.name/>&quot;);
          </b:loop>

          //URLs
          var urls = new Array();
          <b:loop values='data:labels' var='label'>
          urls.push(&quot;<data:label.url/>&quot;);
          </b:loop>

          //Counts
          var counts = new Array();
          <b:loop values='data:labels' var='label'>
          counts.push(&quot;<data:label.count/>&quot;);
          </b:loop>

          //Number sort funtion (high to low)
          function sortNumber(a, b)
          {
          return b - a;
          }

          //Make an independant copy of counts for sorting
          var sorted = counts.slice();

          //Find the largest tag count
          var most = sorted.sort(sortNumber)[0];

          //Begin HTML output
          for (x in labels)
          {
          if(x != &quot;peek&quot; &amp;&amp; x != &quot;forEach&quot; &amp;&amp; counts[x] >= minCount)
          {
          //Calculate textSize
          var textSize = min + Math.floor((counts[x]/most) * range);
          //Show counts?
          if(showCount)
          {
          var count = &quot;(&quot; + counts[x] + &quot;)&quot;;
          }else{
          var count = &quot;&quot;;
          }
          //Output
          document.write(&quot;<span style='font-size:&quot; + textSize + &quot;%'><a href='&quot; + urls[x] + &quot;' style='text-decoration:none;'>&quot; + labels[x] + count + &quot;</a></span> &quot; );
          }
          }
          </script>
          <br/>
          <span style="font-size:80%;float:right;">Powered by <a href="http://www.templates-widgets.blogspot.com">Blogger Widgets</a></span>
          </div>
          </b:includable>
          </b:widget>


Step 5: Previewing the New Tag Cloud
Before saving the template make sure to click preview. The new tag cloud should now be visible. If not, make sure that you've completed all the steps correctly.

4 comments:

  1. oh sir this is so informative being a blogger we want to have a blog like a wp right so in that why we can be like wp..thanks a lot sir

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  2. brother i cannot ad this cloud there is error showing.....
    www.itsmyownplanet.blogspot.com

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  3. @try again abhi i have updated this post
    .....feel free to comment if any help needed

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