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Say I have a blog about widgets, and I write a post that has the following tags: blue, cheap, buy
Now, I also have a post elsewhere within the blog that has the following tags: red, trinket, Philadelphia.
These posts would otherwise not be lumped together (as far as tags are concerned) given the fact that they share no tags. So far, I have been able to implement a widget on the SimpleTags plugin that lists a tag cloud of related tags on each post. In other words, the first blog post would have a list of related tags that would include "red," "trinket," "Philadelphia," and any other tags that have been used throughout the site. I have already managed to get this to work. Now, my question is if I am looking at a list of posts that include the tag "blue," how do I manipulate the tag cloud next to it so that when I click on "red" (or perhaps a "+" symbol next to "red") that it then populates a list of postings that include both "red" and "blue?"
Hopefully my question is clear, any guidance on this or any Simple Tags suggestions would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
Anyway, I'm looking at the related tags wiki and either I'm just not getting it, or it needs to be in a custom constructed URL, and the plugin does not have the ability to do this as part of the UI out of the box.
[code.google.com...] - my head hurts!
I find it ironic that the plugin is named Simple Tags!
(string) Method of tags intersections and unions used to build related tags link:
* OR - Fetches posts with either the "Tag1" or the "Tag2" tag.
* AND - Fetches posts with both the "Tag1" and the "Tag2" tag.
What I'm trying to do is implement the "AND" function so that it will return posts that contain more than one tag ("red" and "blue" from the original example).
Any ideas how this can/should be implemented? I've fiddled around with seemingly every combination to activate the "AND" function of the plugin to no avail
Any additional insight will be greatly appreciated!