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MultiStyle Labels




This lets you (any one of your readers) decide how you (he / she) wants to list the Topics (aka Labels), in my (your) blog. You (your readers) select the Style that pleases you, not the blog owner (you). So, how does it work?

Hide
Select Hide Style to hide everything except the MultiStyle Labels Menu Bar. Hide Style is the default in this blog; other blogs may vary.





List
Select List Style for the familiar long list, alphabetised, with post counts.





Menu
Select Menu Style for a pop up list, alphabetised, with post counts.





Zoom
Select Zoom Style for a long list, alphabetised, using larger fonts to identify topics with higher post counts.






Original code by Ramani of HackOSphere, improved by Chuck of RBS.


(Question):
This rocks! So, Chuck, how do I get this into my blog? For the answer, see Adding CumulusTopics Code Into Your Blog.

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