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  1. @amit oh interesting – now I am reading your post and following along … looks like my theme already had the tag view – which is why I pretty much had to do nothing – whereas @herself is starting from scratch.

  2. @herself cool – and both pages now added to my pinboard

    // @amit

  3. @JohnPhilpin Nice 👍🏽 . Btw even I had to create my tags page from scratch. I had started with the default theme.

  4. @herself well now – I couldn’t resist – so I took your code and painstakingly re-typed it and voila … next step to put some structure and content around it, little bit of CSS work oh – and make my links actually work!

    filed in ‘reasons I have friends that don’t believe I should be allowed access to a computer’


  5. @herself see what I mean – links already fixed – simply by stepping away … coming back … slapping forehead … correcting code and saving.

  6. @JohnPhilpin huzzah! Looks good! Though after looking at @amit’s tags page I’m curious to know if I could somehow generate the links in a grouping (no new line for each link) like that. But I think I’ll quit while I’m ahead…for now 😛

  7. @JohnPhilpin probably the only time ever that something I’ve posted could qualify as “tech help,” hehe.

  8. @herself like this? … just compared @amit source to mine.

    All you need to do is replace line break with ‘ ’ and you are done

  9. @JohnPhilpin oh nice!! Yes, just like that. For some reason it seems more navigable that way, compared to a linear list.

  10. @herself May be because we are so used to the tag clouds on our blogs. I remember the days when tag clouds were default in every side bar.

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