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climate change glossary

This plugin imports a SKOS thesaurus, highlights terms and generates links automatically for any terms available in the thesaurus.

With this plugin any SKOS thesaurus can be imported into your WordPress blog (via ARC2 into an RDF triple store). A renewable energy and climate change thesaurus is pre-installed. On two pages (automatically generated) the whole thesaurus can be displayed and used as a glossary on your blog. One page is the main page of the glossary which displays all concepts with their preferred labels and their alternative labels (synonyms). The list of concepts is displayed in an alphabetical order and can be filtered by their first letters. The second page represents the detail view of each concept. All kinds of labels and relations (prefLabel, altLabel, hiddenLabel, definition, scopNote, broader, narrower und related) of a given term (concept) can be loaded and displayed. Each post is analysed automatically to find words and phrases maching labels of a concept (prefLabel, altLabel or hiddenLabel) in the thesaurus. The first hit will automatically be highlighted. A mousover tooltip shows the short description of the term/phrase and the link points to the more detailed description on the glossary page.

What's new?

  • By caching of relevant concepts of a post / article the performance has been optimised when callinga post / article
  • The Plugin has been reworked to ensure the use in future WordPress versions

Features

  • It is possible to include a list of glossary terms in the settings which will then be excluded from automated linking.
  • There is a sidebar-widget which incorporates a search field including autocomplete. This autocomplete service suggests terms from the glossary. Once such a term is chosen, one is automatically connected to the webpage describing the term. The widget can be pulled into any sidebar (depending on the theme) from the sub-section of Appearance/Widgets.
  • There is a shortcode with which specific parts of the content can be excluded from automatically being linked. The shortcode is called ccg-noparse, and it is opened with [ccg-noparse] and closed with [/ccg-noparse]. Automated linking is disabled for any text between the code.

Thanks to Benjamin Nowack: The thesaurus is imported into the system and is queried via ARC2 (https://github.com/semsol/arc2). Thanks to rduffy (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/profile/rduffy). His Glossary Plugin (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/automatic-glossary) inspired me, and I was able to develop this plugin on top of his ideas.

Works with PHP 5, MySQL 5 und ARC2

Requires: 2.9 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.2
Last Updated: 2012-8-23
Downloads: 846

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