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= Tags extension Created by: Benny Degezelle - gorilla-webdesign.be Version: 0.1.2 Contact: benny AT gorilla-webdesign DOT be This extension enhances the page model with tagging capabilities, tagging as in "2.0" and tagclouds. == Requirements This extension depends on the shards extension and the has_many_polymorphs plugin Shards should be installed and loaded first; you can change the load order of extensions in config/environment.rb (see http://wiki.radiantcms.org/Using_the_Shards_Extension). == Installation 1. Copy the extension to your vendor/extensions directory as you would any other extension. 2. From your instance root, run 'rake db:migrate:extensions' to create meta_tags & taggings tables. 3. Then run 'rake radiant:extensions:tags:install' Which will copy tags.css to your stylesheets folder. You might want to edit this file. 4. Add the tags.css to your layout; <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/stylesheets/tags.css" /> 5. Make a page to sit in /search/by-tag, and give it the "Tag Search" pagetype. If you want to change this location, it's in Radiant::Config['tags.results_page_url']. Copy the results page example below, and modify to your likings; == Results page <r:search:empty> <h2>I couldn't find anything tagged with "<r:search:query/>".</h2> </r:search:empty> <r:search:results> <h2>Found the following pages that are tagged with "<em><r:search:query/></em>".</h2> <ul> <r:search:results:each> <li><r:link/> - <r:author/> - <r:date/></li> </r:search:results:each> </ul> </r:search:results> == Tag cloud Use <r:tag_cloud /> anywhere you like. I made a stab at building the 'perfect' tag cloud markup, as inspired by a post on 24ways.org; http://24ways.org/2006/marking-up-a-tag-cloud == Tag list Use <r:tag_list /> to get a list of tags for the current page. Also works through children:each. == Collections You can grab a collection of pages with a certain tag like so; <r:tagged with="sometag" [scope="/some/page"]> <r:link /> </r:tagged> Which would iterate over all the resulting pages, like you do with children:each. When you define scope, only this page and any of it's (grand)children will be used. You can also set limit, offset etc like with children:each.