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0001583Piwigotagspublic2010.04.08 10:222010.04.10 11:48
Reporterplg 
Assigned Toplg 
PrioritynormalSeverityfeatureReproducibilityN/A
StatusclosedResolutionfixed 
PlatformOSOS Version
Product Version 
Target Version2.1.0RC2Fixed in Version2.1.0RC2 
Summary0001583: simplify "related tags" ergonomy
Description1) in the "related tags" block, replace the add_tag.png by a simple "+" character. It will keep the same size and color and is as much efficient.

2) for each tag, replace the 2 links (1 link on the "+", another link on the tag name) by a single link to create tag sets

3) display the remove_s.png in the page title as soon as the first tag (don't wait for the third tag)
TagsNo tags attached.
browserany
Database engine and version
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Web serverApache 1.3.x
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(0003709)
svn (reporter)
2010.04.08 10:26

[Subversion] r5703 by plg on trunk

-----[Subversion commit log]----------------------------------------------------
feature 1583: replace add_tag.png icon by a simple "+" character in the
"related tags" block. Only keep one link for each tag in the "related tags"
block.
(0003711)
svn (reporter)
2010.04.08 10:49

[Subversion] r5706 by plg on trunk

-----[Subversion commit log]----------------------------------------------------
feature 1583: (tag navigation ergonomy) in the page title, always display the
"remove tag" icon, whatever the number of tags.
(0003713)
rvelices (developer)
2010.04.08 13:59

Hello,
Concerning point 2) - is this something you really absolutely want to have ?
I prefer from far the current behaviour (also on my site you have a related tags section without the + sign when browsing a non tag section with images ...)
(0003714)
plg (manager)
2010.04.08 14:25

rvelices wrote:

> I prefer from far the current behaviour (also on my site you
> have a related tags section without the + sign when browsing
> a non tag section with images ...)

I was going to write you an email to understand why we had a if(!empty($U_ADD)) in the template. Now I understand.

I really think the new behavior is much simpler for users.

But your (specific?) feature is very interesting. How many tags you can display in this box when you're not browsing a tag? I think we should integrate it in core :-) it's a nice way to discover tag browsing, really good.

If I take your feature into account, then my opinion is the following: it's better to keep a single link for each tag. If you're already displaying a tag, then it "adds the tag", else it "display the tag".

On your website, if I'm looking at http://www.modusoptimus.com/pwg/index/tags/architecture [^] I see "+Japan" in the "related tags" menubar box. If I want to display all photos related to "Japan" and not "architecture+Japan", then I need 2 clicks: 1) click on "+Japan" in the "related tags" 2) you click on the "Japan" tag in the page title.

This is the way it works on Delicious.com and it's really much easier to display a set of tags. I'm 94.3% sure that only a few people understand that clicking on the "+" produces a different result than clicking on "Japan". That's a pity because this is the only way to display a set of tags and that this is feature Piwigo has and not many other web application has.
(0003715)
plg (manager)
2010.04.08 14:26

> If I take your feature into account, then my opinion is the
> following: it's better to keep a single link for each tag. If
> you're already displaying a tag, then it "adds the tag", else
> it "display the tag".

Of course, if we're not displaying a tag, then we don't have the "+" in front of the tag.
(0003717)
rvelices (developer)
2010.04.08 19:26

In related tags when not browsing a tag I display
 - maximum 8 tags
 - the tags for the currently displayed elements (not the entire page[items] - the difference comes if you have a navigation bar). Otherwise performance issues if we browse for example a huge category displayed in flat mode.

Let's go for the following:
- integration of my specific feature into piwigo core
- in php we generate both urls U_ADD and URL
- in the default template we keep the behaviour you propose ( if U_ADD defined then 1 link with + else 1 link URL)
- I can rewrite my template and do whatever I want with U_ADD and URL

Agree ?
(0003718)
plg (manager)
2010.04.08 20:37

Perfect.

In your specific feature, if there is no related tag, do you instantiate the menubar block?
(0003723)
rvelices (developer)
2010.04.08 22:01

> In your specific feature, if there is no related tag, do you instantiate the menubar block?
Not sure but I will make sure I won't instantiate it if there is no related tag

- Issue History
Date Modified Username Field Change
2010.04.08 10:22 plg New Issue
2010.04.08 10:22 plg Status new => assigned
2010.04.08 10:22 plg Assigned To => plg
2010.04.08 10:22 plg browser => any
2010.04.08 10:22 plg Web server => Apache 1.3.x
2010.04.08 10:26 svn Checkin
2010.04.08 10:26 svn Note Added: 0003709
2010.04.08 10:49 svn Checkin
2010.04.08 10:49 svn Note Added: 0003711
2010.04.08 10:49 plg Status assigned => closed
2010.04.08 10:49 plg Resolution open => fixed
2010.04.08 10:49 plg Fixed in Version => 2.1.0RC2
2010.04.08 13:59 rvelices Note Added: 0003713
2010.04.08 13:59 rvelices Status closed => feedback
2010.04.08 13:59 rvelices Resolution fixed => reopened
2010.04.08 14:25 plg Note Added: 0003714
2010.04.08 14:26 plg Note Added: 0003715
2010.04.08 19:26 rvelices Note Added: 0003717
2010.04.08 20:37 plg Note Added: 0003718
2010.04.08 22:01 rvelices Note Added: 0003723
2010.04.10 11:48 rvelices Status feedback => closed
2010.04.10 11:48 rvelices Resolution reopened => fixed


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