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Gloss

A simple plugin that allows you to create a number of glossaries to add terms to.

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The template tags for Gloss are:

1) <?php get_glossary($id, [$show_name, $show_link); ?>, where $id is the glossary's id (you can get it on the manage glossaries page) displays a specific glossary. $show_name and $show_link are optional boolean values that when set to true, prints the name of the glossary and a credit link, respectively. Default value for both is true.

2) <?php get_all_glossaries(); ?> displays all glossaries.

3) <?php get_gloss_term($id); ?>, where $id is the term's id (you can get it on the manage terms page) displays a specific term.

Until we get support visual editor, you can manually add a glossary tag into a post by adding {GLOSSARY=}, which you can get off of the Manage Glossaries page. To display all glossaries, use 0 as the ID. Similarly, you can add a term with {TERM=} where ID is the term's ID. You get get them on the Manage Terms page.

For more information, include release updates, bugs, and new features, you can go to The Official Gloss Homepage

Requires: 2.7 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.8.1
Last Updated: 2009-7-14
Downloads: 2,271

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