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  1. provides an additional Views plugins, named Braincloud. Braincloud displays taxonomy terms in a HTML5 canvas element using Processing.js.
    31-03-2011 to , , , by totpunk and -1 others
  2. nicer tagging
    26-06-2010 to , , by totpunk and -1 others
  3. This module provides a new view style which lets you assign taxonomy terms to the nodes in the view. Use this to quickly add tags to a group of images or other content.
    24-05-2010 to , , by yan and -1 others
  4. A mass category editor. Allows any nodes shown on admin/content/node to have terms added or removed in bulk, using the normal 'node operations' selector. Also provides a tab to view/edit all nodes terms individually.
    24-05-2010 to , , by yan and -1 others
  5. Cumulus allows you to display your site's tags using Flash that rotates them beautifully in 3D. It works like a regular tag cloud, but is more visually exciting.
    22-07-2009 to , , by yan and -1 others
  6. This module help you navigation in taxonomy. On a separate page display list of all terms from your vocabularys. If you selected one, two or more terms will be output every nodes that is associated with it.
  7. This module provides "suggested terms" for free-tagging Taxonomy fields based on terms already submitted. It replaces the description field on free-tagging fields with a clickable list of previously entered terms.
    25-06-2008 to , , , , by yan and -1 others
  8. The Taxonomy Lineage module adds a table to the taxonomy database which allows nodes to be sorted by taxonomy hierarchy. The module adds no new sort function by itself, so simply adding this module will not add functionality. However, it can be used with
    20-06-2008 to , , , , by yan and -1 others
  9. This module allows the administrator to change the destination of Taxonomy Term links.
    24-03-2008 to , , , by yan and -1 others
  10. Implements a Views plugin that adds a "View Type" to the Views page and block named "Tagadelic" (in addition to "Teaser", "Full Page", etc...). When selected, the nodes returned by the view are themed as a "Tagadelic" block in the same vein as t

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