CedWordCloud display a tagcloud in an innovative way. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently. You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes.

Joomla! tags are used as a categorization method for content items. Tags are represented in a cloud where larger tags represent the quantity of content items in that category.

In recent years tag clouds have gained popularity because of their role in search engine optimization of Web pages as well as supporting the user in navigating the content in an information system efficiently.

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CedThumbnails

cedThumbnails has been updated to version 2.7.0 for Joomla 3.4+. For existing users the update will display in the Extensions Manager under Updates. If you do not have this currently installed, you can click the link below and install as normal via the Extensions Manager.

New ideas/features/bugs are always welcomed either through our forums or by using the contact us link.

What’s New

  • DownloadId is now optional under administrator settings
  • Improved filtering (chain of responsibility) of invalid image and better detection of corner cases covered by unit testing
  • Improved caching and better architecture
  • Cache location for thumbnails. Default is /cache/. Some 3rd party extensions like Akeeba Backup avoid direct references of content in /cache/, in this particular case you can use /media/, This also improve SEF urls.
  • Improved inline demo
  • code cleanup and simplified code
  • Better code coverage: 34 tests and 132 assertions

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I have found some problems with SEF urls in Akeeba Subscriptions, i temporary work around the issue by adding
$app = JFactory::getApplication();
$router = $app->getRouter();
$router->setMode(0);
in the file components/com_akeebasubs/router.php in both method
function AkeebasubsBuildRoute(&$query)
{
        $segments = array();

        // workaround to disable SEF
        $app = JFactory::getApplication();
        $router = $app->getRouter();
        $router->setMode(0);
and
function AkeebasubsParseRoute($segments)
{

        // workaround  to disable SEF
        $app = JFactory::getApplication();
        $router = $app->getRouter();
        $router->setMode(0);
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We are using Akeeba Subscriptions to run our business at Galaxiis.com, unfortunately the support has ended and for good reasons (read more here and Here)

Use at you own risk.

No support will be provided, it is not our code.

Remember it is a developer tool.

Thanks to Akeeba for having developed such an extension!

How to build yourself

Some easy to use build scripts have been written, get them at 

https://gist.github.com/cedricwalter/98a936e3542751169c24ee3f2a821915 
and
https://gist.github.com/cedricwalter/07d7dccad53d457c581ae42beb36dfe6 

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