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Encyclopedia Lite is a state of the art WordPress encyclopedia / lexicon / glossary / wiki / dictionary plugin. It enables you to create, manage and present a knowledge base. Completely coalesced with your WordPress and fully compatible with all the cool publishing tools you like.
In this edition of the plugin you can create a small lexicon. On several places in the plugin you will find a notice that this function is included in the Pro Version only.
¹ Available in Encyclopedia Pro
You can find the settings page in WP Admin Panel » Settings » Encyclopedia.
All plugin outputs can be changed via user defined HTML templates. Just put the templates you want to overwrite inside your theme folder (no matter if parent theme or child theme). You can find the default templates in the plugin folder in "templates/". You can find a list of the available templates here. Please do not modify the original templates! You would lose all your modifications when updating the plugin!
The most features are available but you cannot select every option. You will find a small notice for each unavailable option on the settings page. The maximal number of encyclopedia terms is limited to twelve.
Please use the support forum on WordPress.org for this version of the Plugin. For the Premium Version there is a separate support package available. Of course you can hire me for consulting, support, programming and customizations at any time.
If you have translated this plugin in your language or updated the language file please feel free to send me the language file (.po file) via E-Mail with your name and this translated sentence: "This plugin is available in %YOUR_LANGUAGE_NAME%." So I can add it to the plugin and a link to your website to this page.
You can find the Translation.pot file in the language/ folder in the plugin directory.
Requires: 3.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.2
Last Updated: 2014-8-25
17 of 17 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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