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Nowaday, many website have a place to show tag as a list or tag-cloud. It not only a best way to impress visitors but also a good alternative way beside the category to organize posts. There are many way to get a good-looking tag show case thanks to jQuery and Ajax.  Today we listed Most Desirable Collection Of powerful jQuery and Ajax tag cloud with source and demo . We obviously cannot cover all the best from the web, but we have tried to cover as much as possible. Have fun!

1. Tag-Clouds Styling and Adding Sort Option

This article consists of 2 parts: one is marking up and styling tags and the second is adding behavior to tag cloud using client-side script.
Tag-Clouds Styling and Adding Sort Option
Source – Demo

2. Building a jQuery-Powered Tag-Cloud

A tag-cloud is a great way of showing visitors to your blog the main topics of interest that are available. There is also additional information contained in a tag-cloud. Aside from the actual links themselves, which give people an idea of the subjects that your site covers, they can also show how popular the different subjects are.
Building a jQuery-Powered Tag-Cloud

3. jquery tagcloud js

Simple and colorful tag cloud style.

jquery tagcloud js


4. Bootstrap Tags Input

This plugin will turn your boring tag list into a magical input that turns each tag into a style-able object with its own delete link. The plugin handles all the data — your form just sees a comma-delimited list of tags.
Bootstrap Tags InputSource

5. XoXco Tag Input

Elegant, simple and flexiable plugin for you to show tags. It also support autocomplete and hight light function.


XoXco Tag Input

Source – Demo

6. jQuery Quicktag

Quicktag is a tagging plugin for the jQuery JavaScript library.

jQuery Quicktag


7. tag-it jQuery 

A jQuery plugin for tags handling light weigh and simple enough.
tag-it jQuery

8. Tag-Cloud Using the Google Web Toolkit

It is a form of visualizing the difference in importance or activeness of some predefined categories based on how large they appear in the cloud.
Tag-Cloud Using the Google Web Toolkit