Creates an interactive dictionary of terms and definitions with jQuery and shortcodes.
All the definitions that you creates with the Definitions section are located in your Database, in the wp_posts table, with the post_type = 'definiciones'.
Yes, it do. It works with post, pages, and every type that use "the_content" to generate its content. This plugin acts on the_content() function.
No, absolutely. With the options form, the jQuery settings will be auto written.
Ok, ok, don't panic. Use the support page and I will try to help you.
If you want to have different effects in every single post, nope, you can not. If you want different colors, size, etc, you can play with CSS.
Yes, three: [def url='http://www.yoursite.com/]Term[/def] will convert the Term also in a link; [def id='id1']Term[/def] will add to the span where the Term is located the id "id1"; and [def class='class1'] will add to the span the class 'class1'.
No, if you write 'hello' and have a definition called 'Hello', it will works.
No, the auto detection works always in Title mode, no matter what did you selected in the options form. The auto detection was created to be compatible with old entries without edit them.
Set in the options page "Auto Detect" -> "Yes, when there is no other definitions". Then, in your new posts, set at least one definition. The autodetection will not work in that post.
Requires: 3.4.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.1
Last Updated: 2013-2-15
0 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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