CedTag has been updated to version 2.5.3 and correct a lot of bugs and contains some nice features.
CedTag is the continuation of the GPL component Joomla Tags (www.joomlatags.org), Most of the codehas been rewritten according to the new standard of Joomla 2.5, the component has been greatly extended and most bugs have been removed. I will continue removing, refactoring existing codebase, in order to be able to add new features faster.
NEW: Auto completion of tags in frontend and backend using jQuery. You can add new tags, search and remove tags without fearing creating duplicates!
NEW: Joomla ACL support,
NEW: Add basic support for themes, still need some css correction for optimal results
NEW: Use confirmation popup windows for all delete/clear operations,
NEW: New option to switch off tags title in front page,
NEW: No white background in simple.css for people loving their black background as default,
NEW: cedTag is now having no warnings/errors in PHP error level E_STRICT
BUG: I cant disable cedTag on front page when i disable it any thing not change...i want show tags only on full article view...
BUG: Working update manager: starting at version 2.5.3 you can update with one click in the update manager.
BUG: Did remove a hack of me for testing -> it was not possible to switch off the add tags button in frontend since i fixcoded to true :-(
BUG: Correct issue in editor xtd plugin blocking users to edit/view articles in frontend
CedTag is used on this site with more than 5000 tags in 2200 articles.
Your ideas are important, feel free to contact me and ask for new features!
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