Tag Groups Base – Chatty Mango https://chattymango.com WordPress Plugins Sat, 01 Dec 2018 14:08:53 +0000 en-US hourly 1 135434061 Tag Groups, Version 0.40: WPML Compatibility https://chattymango.com/tag-groups-version-0-40-wpml-compatibility/?pk_campaign=rss&pk_kwd=tag-groups-version-0-40-wpml-compatibility https://chattymango.com/tag-groups-version-0-40-wpml-compatibility/?pk_campaign=rss&pk_kwd=tag-groups-version-0-40-wpml-compatibility#respond Thu, 30 Aug 2018 08:57:22 +0000 https://chattymango.com/?p=5381 We are happy to announce that Tag Groups is now compatible with the WordPress Multilingual Plugin (WPML). How to use Tag Groups together with WPML First, you need to set up WordPress Multilingual with the languages you need. Then you enter the Tag Groups admin page …

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We are happy to announce that Tag Groups is now compatible with the WordPress Multilingual Plugin (WPML).

How to use Tag Groups together with WPML

First, you need to set up WordPress Multilingual with the languages you need. Then you enter the Tag Groups admin page where you create and edit tag groups. This page will not look much different from what you are used to. But now you can edit the names for each language independently.

WPML language selector

All you need to do is to switch to another language in the admin bar. By default, all languages use the group names of your default language.

On all admin pages, you will see the group names that correspond to the language chosen in the admin bar. On the front end, the group names naturally match the language of the page.

Some more details:

  • If you create a new group in a translation (that is, not in your default language), the default language will first receive its group name from that translated language so that it won’t remain empty.
  • The order of the groups is the same across all languages.
  • The label “not assigned” remains untranslated on your back end. On the front end you can choose the translation in the shortcode.
  • Each language version of a tag can belong to a different group.1
  • If you create a translation of a tag, the translated tag will receive the groups of the original tag, unless you set different groups during the translation.

What has happened to the WPML menu?

If you are using Tag Groups for a long time, you may remember that there was once a menu item “WPML” that offered a basic integration into WPML. This function has now become obsolete.

Previously, group names were treated as translatable strings, not much different than text inside your theme. The new solution, however, enables you to translate and change group names right there where you create and edit them.

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Tag Groups, Version 0.39: Back End Improvements https://chattymango.com/tag-groups-version-0-39-back-end-improvements/?pk_campaign=rss&pk_kwd=tag-groups-version-0-39-back-end-improvements https://chattymango.com/tag-groups-version-0-39-back-end-improvements/?pk_campaign=rss&pk_kwd=tag-groups-version-0-39-back-end-improvements#respond Thu, 12 Jul 2018 08:12:38 +0000 https://chattymango.com/?p=5030 This update of the free Tag Groups WordPress plugin aims to improve the user experience on the back end. Plugin authors should always be conservative about moving the settings into their own top-level menu. I think that the amount of required settings should justify this prominent position. …

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This update of the free Tag Groups WordPress plugin aims to improve the user experience on the back end.

Plugin authors should always be conservative about moving the settings into their own top-level menu. I think that the amount of required settings should justify this prominent position. And I feel annoyed when a top-level menu reveals nothing but a scanty page, or a good deal of promotion.1

Keeping it Simple

The Tag Groups plugin has tried for years to confine the growing amount of settings to one page, organized in tabs. Only the tag group administration needed to be separate from the moment when I added post and tag filters because the links from the groups to the filters depend on the taxonomy.

The tipping point was reached when I realized that (particularly in the premium version) the entire settings page reflected the development of an ever growing organism rather than being organized in a meaningful and usable way.

New Pages And Help Icons

Tag Groups menu - WordPressDuring the changes, I moved the “System Information” page from the premium to the free plugin and added a diagnostic tool for Ajax. I also add links to important parts of the documentation and some FAQs to the backend.

The menu item is now always called “Tag Groups” – regardless of whether you are using the free or the premium plugin.

A new “Home” page offers an overview of your enabled taxonomies with stats and direct links to the tag group administration pages. Much of the explanatory notes is now hidden behind “help” icons.

The result is a much clearer structure and fresher view. I hope that you enjoy it as much as I do.

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Tag Groups, Version 0.38: Gutenberg Blocks https://chattymango.com/tag-groups-version-0-38-gutenberg-blocks/?pk_campaign=rss&pk_kwd=tag-groups-version-0-38-gutenberg-blocks https://chattymango.com/tag-groups-version-0-38-gutenberg-blocks/?pk_campaign=rss&pk_kwd=tag-groups-version-0-38-gutenberg-blocks#respond Wed, 16 May 2018 16:59:01 +0000 https://chattymango.com/?p=4792 Gutenberg is a new editor and it will be one of the most disruptive changes in the history of WordPress. We are proud to present you now the first version of the Tag Groups plugin that comes with its own Gutenberg blocks. What Gutenberg means for …

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Gutenberg is a new editor and it will be one of the most disruptive changes in the history of WordPress. We are proud to present you now the first version of the Tag Groups plugin that comes with its own Gutenberg blocks.

What Gutenberg means for Tag Groups

Even though users will be able to opt out, Gutenberg will become part of the default package.  This means new challenges, the need to get used to a different way of writing posts, but also the chance to do things much better than before. Looking at the Tag Groups plugin, we see a huge opportunity to make the configuration of tag clouds much user-friendlier.

Screenshot - Gutenberg Inspector - WordPress

Using shortcodes is a bit like writing code: You need to search their meanings and accepted values in a documentation and you have to make sure that you strictly follow the syntax and avoid typos, formatting and strings with spaces that are not enclosed in quotes.

Blocks are entirely different:1 You configure them with form elements such as menus, sliders or input fields. Each of them can have a self-explanatory title and a link to more information. They can even be “clever” enough to avoid settings that don’t make sense. Instead of searching IDs of tag groups or names of taxonomies, you simply select them from a list.

How to use the blocks of Tag Groups

First of all, you need Gutenberg on your WordPress site. Currently you have to install an extra plugin for that, but starting from version 5.0 it will be inside the WordPress core package.

Screenshot - Gutenberg - add block - WordPressWith Gutenberg your post edit screen looks different: The content is organized in blocks. Each of the blocks has its own menu, and many of them reveal further options in the Inspector under the “Blocks” tab. If you don’t see the Inspector, you need to click the gear-wheel icon in the top bar.

You find the Tag Groups blocks in the “Add block” menu – that is the plus in the circle. Try searching for “Tag Cloud”.

Since the tag cloud blocks are “dynamic blocks” they don’t display “live” on your edit screen. You still have to press the “Preview” button in order to see your changes.

What will happen to your existing shortcodes

Nothing. They will survive. Shortcodes will still be working and you won’t have to touch any of your published posts and pages.

Unfortunately, it is not possible to predict the development of WordPress in the far future. Looking at the huge amount of plugins and themes that use shortcodes, however, it is safe to assume that they will still be supported for some years to come.2

Transforming the block

Gutenberg - transform block menu - WordPressNot all shortcode parameters are available in the blocks because they are rarely used.3 And some options, such as font sizes, accept only a limited range of values. If you want more freedom to configure them, you first need to transform the tag cloud block into a “shortcode” block. You can do so through one of the menus directly at the top left corner of the block.

A shortcode block is simply a block that contains a shortcode, including the square brackets. The tag cloud shortcode may look like that:Screenshot - Gutenberg - Shortcode Block - WordPress

Please note, however, that it is not possible to transform a Tag Groups shortcode (back) into a block. You would have to create a new block and copy the settings.

The output is exactly the same for blocks and shortcodes. You only have to make sure they have the same settings.

If you prefer the classic editor

There are many folks out there who prefer to keep the classic editor. There is nothing you need to do now. Starting from WordPress 5.0, you will have to install the Classic Editor plugin.

Give it a try – or take your time

Gutenberg is still under development. You most certainly find many issues in the way how it works today. If you don’t like the “Gutenberg experience” now, you may want to check back in a few weeks.

Things might still change how Tag Groups blocks appear and interact. An extension of a beta version cannot be final.

PS: Other Changes

The shortcode parameters “prepend” and “append” for the tag clouds 4 can now understand the placeholder {count}. Now you can do things like that:

Screenshot - Tag Clouds - numbers – WordPress

The HTML structure of the tags has slightly changed (mainly <span>s were added). So if you used a custom styling, better make sure it all still looks fine.

 

We hope that you will find the new features useful. As usual, please let us know if you run into any glitches! And if you want to honor several weeks of work, please give us a 5-star rating or check out the premium plugin!

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If you are using WordPress frequently, you have probably come across Gutenberg. Gutenberg is the code name for a new text editor that is slated to be included in the core package during the next weeks. As of today, the timeline is still unclear, but I strongly recommend that you familiarize yourself with it already now. You can install Gutenberg as a plugin and play around with it.

There will be options to turn off Gutenberg and keep the old editor but, like it or not, Gutenberg will become an integral part of the WordPress experience.

Welcome, Not Welcome

Gutenberg is still under development, and it has received both praise and harsh critique for all kinds of aspects. You may disagree with the way how it was planned and implemented, but I also see the valid point that from time to time each product needs an “innovative disruption” if it wants to stay alive.

Gutenberg was also met with reservation by many plugin and theme developers who would not only have to extend their code but also learn new software technologies before getting started. It sounds a lot like weeks of unpaid work in a terrain that changes every week, just to keep up with the development. This can spell trouble particularly for small teams and freelancers.

Notably, developers are encouraged to turn all shortcodes into “blocks” – which are the fundamental building blocks of Gutenberg. For some time it was also unclear what would happen to metaboxes.

While developers returned to the classrooms and started to amend their software, Gutenberg was not even finished, let alone well-documented. Fortunately, the WordPress community is ready to help. This spirit is definitely one of the strong arguments in favor of the WordPress environment.

Finally, Meet Gutenberg

Before I go into the details, take a look at this screenshot. It shows a development snapshot of the Tag Groups plugin.

Screenshot - WordPress - Gutenberg - Dynamic Block - Tag Cloud Plugin

What you see here are three “blocks” on top of each other. The block in the middle with a border and its own menu is selected.  You may already guess that it shows just a placeholder for the actual content, namely a tag cloud. This is a “dynamic block” that will be rendered only on the frontend.

When you select a block, you are often able to configure it through menus, toolbars or – like here – on the right sidebar. This area is called the “Inspector”, and the displayed options change with the context.

Gutenberg, Granular

My first impression about Gutenberg is much better than what I expected after reading the many negative reviews. Also, the project has quite developed in the past months and was able to dispel many doubts.

All my positive points concern the way how you use Gutenberg as a post author:

  • Handling blocks is a very smooth and intuitive experience. You can even start writing without bothering about blocks at all.
  • The overall usability is much friendlier than before. For example, you can save a draft without reloading the page.
  • A great relief: Shortcodes still work.
  • Metaboxes can appear in the “Inspector” in the right sidebar or under the content box.

And finally:

  • Configuring a block is much user-friendlier than editing parameters in a shortcode. Options are self-explanatory and don’t use the technical format of identifiers. They even can automatically show and hide, or observe certain logical conditions.
    For example, the smallest font size must always be smaller than the largest font size. In a shortcode you can enforce it only before rendering. In a block you can already make it clear when the users enters the settings.

On the other hand I also encountered some difficulties:

  • Metaboxes have been banned to a hidden panel that needs to be scrolled up and then unfolded. I understand that the creators of Gutenberg want to turn all structure into blocks. Some features, however, simply work on the post or page level. Think of SEO settings, geolocations, product details or tags.
  • Searching for structured documentation (not just code samples) to develop for Gutenberg is a pain in the neck. You literally spend hours googling, trying and reverse-engineering. It would be very helpful to know all available components and properties.
  • On a technical note: jQuery – the framework promoted by WordPress so far –  doesn’t work smoothly together with ReactJS – the technology behind Gutenberg. That means that many handy parts of the user interface cannot be ported into the Gutenberg environment.

Keeping Up

To summarize the findings as they are relevant for my software, a lot of work is still ahead, and in many cases some features may not make it into their new existence. On the other hand, I see the chance that blocks will remedy the shortcomings of shortcodes: For many users they have been intimidating, pasting parameters was error-prone and the documentation was always somewhere else. Now you can adjust the options for each tag cloud directly on the edit screen. Instead of a parameter, you see a description in human language, and a link can take you directly to further explanations.

It will be possible to transform tag cloud blocks into shortcode blocks – at least for now. That makes it possible to leave all rarely used parameters and experimental features for the shortcode, while the block displays only what is useful for the majority of users.

Looking at the current progress, it might be possible that the Tag Groups plugin is ready for Gutenberg when it officially launches. When ever that might happen. The premium plugin will be next in line.

I am looking forward to the day when tags are ready for Gutenberg and I can proudly call them “Guten Tag”. Until then: Auf Wiedersehen!

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This version of the Tag Groups plugin fixes a bug when displaying tag cloud accordions with the parameter “include”.

The feature part of this release is a bit technical: We have introduced endpoints for the WordPress REST API. That means you can retrieve the data of tag groups and tags in a format that can be easily processed by other plugins. This feature is not of relevance for the normal user, but it will increasingly be for the further development.

Please note that currently you can only read data through that API, not modify or delete.

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Going Global: Translate and Get Free Premium Plugin https://chattymango.com/going-global-translate-and-get-free-premium-plugin/?pk_campaign=rss&pk_kwd=going-global-translate-and-get-free-premium-plugin https://chattymango.com/going-global-translate-and-get-free-premium-plugin/?pk_campaign=rss&pk_kwd=going-global-translate-and-get-free-premium-plugin#respond Sun, 15 Apr 2018 16:36:28 +0000 https://chattymango.com/?p=4683 We want to boost the availability of the Tag Groups plugins in more languages. Fortunately, the WordPress ecosystem makes it fairly easy to translate into foreign languages. Most of it can be done online. As incentive, we are offering a free licence of the premium version …

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We want to boost the availability of the Tag Groups plugins in more languages. Fortunately, the WordPress ecosystem makes it fairly easy to translate into foreign languages. Most of it can be done online. As incentive, we are offering a free licence of the premium version to people who help us with their language skills.

English and More

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Translating on WordPress: The left column shows the original text, the right one the translation. Green means: approved.

Do you speak another language than English? Have you experience with translations for WordPress? Or are you ready to learn something new? Help us translate and get the Tag Groups Premium plugin for free!

Before you dive in, read the step-by-step instructions and don’t forget to contact us to make sure that we still need your language.

 

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End of Support for PHP Versions 5.4 and 5.5 https://chattymango.com/end-support-php-versions-5-4-and-5-5/?pk_campaign=rss&pk_kwd=end-support-php-versions-5-4-and-5-5 https://chattymango.com/end-support-php-versions-5-4-and-5-5/?pk_campaign=rss&pk_kwd=end-support-php-versions-5-4-and-5-5#respond Sat, 07 Apr 2018 16:58:17 +0000 https://chattymango.com/?p=4625 We plan to drop support for PHP versions 5.4 and 5.5. Read here what that means for our software and how to check the PHP version of your WordPress website.

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Currently, our software is able to run on PHP versions 5.4 and higher. PHP versions 5.4 and 5.5, however, have both already passed their respective “End Of Life”. That means they stopped receiving security fixes, and any vulnerability might remain unpatched.

For site owners there is actually no plausible reason why not to upgrade to a higher version. Even WordPress officially warns against using these outdated versions.

For that reason, and to be able to focus our efforts on officially supported versions of PHP, we plan to drop our support for versions 5.4 und 5.5 in the near future.

What does this mean for you?

If you are still using PHP 5.4 or 5.5, please upgrade your servers now or notify your hosting to assist you. We recommend updating to PHP 7, also for performance reasons.

After we dropped support for older versions, our software might still run well on your server. We will, however, stop considering them during development and testing, and we won’t be able to solve issues that are caused by unsupported PHP versions.

How can you find out the PHP version of your WordPress site?

If you cannot check your server settings, you can try this plugin.

 

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Tag Groups, Version 0.36: Display the Label of a Group https://chattymango.com/tag-groups-version-0-36-display-the-label-of-a-group/?pk_campaign=rss&pk_kwd=tag-groups-version-0-36-display-the-label-of-a-group https://chattymango.com/tag-groups-version-0-36-display-the-label-of-a-group/?pk_campaign=rss&pk_kwd=tag-groups-version-0-36-display-the-label-of-a-group#respond Tue, 03 Apr 2018 06:43:09 +0000 https://chattymango.com/?p=4606 The new version of the free Tag Groups WordPress plugin comes with an improved shortcode and some bug fixes. The shortcode tag_groups_info can now display the label (name) of a tag group.

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The new version of the free Tag Groups WordPress plugin comes with an improved shortcode and some bug fixes and improvements. The shortcode tag_groups_info can now display the label (name) of a tag group. The output is not formatted.

[tag_groups_info group_id=1 info=label]

Furthermore, there are some performance improvements.

We also fixed a bug that prevented users of the premium plugin from assigning tags to groups if the permission setting should actually only restrict the editing of groups.

Check out also this example or read the entire changelog.

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The latest update of the free Tag Groups plugin brings you a new shortcode [tag_groups_info]. You can use it to display information about tag groups on public posts and pages.

For example, display all groups with their respective numbers of assigned tags:

[tag_groups_info group_id="all"]

This code creates the following output for this website:

not assigned 0
Chatty Mango 9
WordPress 14
Places 0
Tools and Services 5
Software 25
Other 4

Please find all available parameters in the documentation. The shortcode can be extended in future with more functions.

Additionally, the updates fixes several minor bugs.

 

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The latest version of the free Tag Groups plugin comes with a new feature that makes it easier to assign tags to groups when you have a long list of groups: On the drop-down menu you now find a filter to shrink that list. Just start typing in the search field.

Get the new release through your WordPress admin backend.

 

A Note For Developers

The WordPress options for Tag Groups tag_group_labels, tag_group_ids and max_tag_group_id are now deprecated and will be retired soon. Currently they are not in use, but their values are still kept up-to-date for backwards compatibility.

If you directly access them, you should start using the replacements term_groups, term_group_positions and term_group_labels. term_groups is an array of all existing term group IDs, term_group_positions is an array of term group ID => position (in the sequence of tag groups) pairs and, similarly, term_group_labels an array of term group ID => label (name) pairs.

The original structure stemmed from the first beginnings of the plugin when there was no clear idea about developing it much further. Over the years, however, it turned out to be unnecessarily confusing and error-prone.

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