Hello everyone! This is Peter Petrov speaking. In this video I’m going to show you the effect
of applying options in the last two sections: “MIXED IMAGE & TEXT” and “FONTS”. “MIXED IMAGE & TEXT” Plugin allows rotating tags
that consist of image and text. This functionality is available
to following types of cloud content: “Authors”, “Blogroll”, “Current Page/Post Links”, “Custom HTML container links”, “Menu items”, “Pages” and “Recent Posts”. There are 7 settings in this section and the first one is “Tag Mode”, which specifies what we would like to rotate – images, text or both mixed. Next setting specifies “Image Position” relative to the text: “left”, “right”, “top” or “bottom”. “Image Padding” specifies the distance
between the image and the text. The rest of settings determine image and text aligning. Here are several examples.
In all of them “Image Padding” and tag’s “Padding” in “SIZES” section are set to minimal. In the first one “Image Position” is “left” and text is centered horizontally and vertically. In the second “Image Position” is “right” and text is “left”- “bottom” aligned. In the third “Image Position” is “top” and text is horizontally aligned to “right”. The fourth example: “Image Position” is “right” and its vertical align is “bottom”. The horizontal align of the text is “left”. In the last example “Image Position” is “bottom” and its horizontal align is “left” while text is aligned to “right”. Now let’s go to “FONTS” section. There are two lists of fonts in it: “Web Safe Fonts” and “Google Fonts”. The first one contains 48 fonts separated in 5 families: Sans Serif, Serif family, Monospaced, Fantasy and Script. The content of the other list is entire Google Font Library. The imporant thing to know here is that you can either make a single font selection or multiple one, mixing fonts from both sides. If no font is selected the plugin applies “Arial”. Here are four examples: In the first no font is selected, so the plugin
applies “Arial” by default. In the second a single Web Safe Font “Comic Sans MS” is selected. In the third I have selected “Rock Salt” from “Google Fonts”. And in the last example I have mixed “Comic Sans MS” from “Web Safe Fonts” with “Rock Salt” font from “Google Fonts”. The two fonts are randomly distributed over the tags. So guys that’s all you need to know about
3D WP Tag Cloud-S plugin in order to become experts in creating
beautiful and attractive tag clouds. In the next video I’ll talk to you about 3D WP Tag Cloud-M plugin. Thank you for watching and welcome to the next tutorial.