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Not a writing question per se, but from recent discussions I know that there are quite a few WordPress folks on this list, so perhaps someone can help.
Iâm working on my website portfolio (yes, youâve been hearing about it for some time, but itâs almost done :-), and have tagged all my doc pages, and have a tag cloud that displays most wonderfully (using the Ultimate Tag Cloud plugin). And I also have manually coded a sidebar widget so that when you click a tag and get a page of matching doc posts, the list of all the tags in the matching posts is also displayed.
I got the looping to work (so that I get all the doc postsâ tags), got rid of the duplicates, but for some reason cannot sort the resultant array of tags into alphabetical order. It seems a simple matter to use the sort() php function, but it just does nothing... No errors are generated, but the array remains ordered doc-by-doc, minus the duplicates.
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