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Tag cloud using php, mysql and ajax with filter - PHP tutorial


Simple and effective script to build a tag cloud for your website. Here we use PHP, Ajax and MYSQL. Tagging is now becoming an unavoidable area in website building and if you have a built in code like the one you are about to see, then it will be easy for a developer to integrate it or even customize it according to the requirement. First and foremost we need to have MYSQL set along with the page with an html input field, the ajax part and some css for styling.
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