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Find in-page text using synonyms

A visitor to your site decides to follow you on Twitter. You have a link in your footer - but their search for "Twitter" comes up empty and they move on. Unfortunately, you named the link "@username" instead. Cinnamon.js prevents just this situation, taking some of the pain out of naming things. It allows users to find links, images, and other content by their synonyms, using the browser's built-in Find function.

Using it is incredibly simple - simply wrap the shortcode of [cinnamon] around with your word with each parameter being a synonym. For example..

[cinnamon Azure Cerulean Cobalt]Blue[/cinnamon]

This will output the word "Blue" but searches for azure, cerulean or cobalt in the browser will find the same word.

Technical specification...

  • Designed for both single and multi-site installations
  • PHP7 compatible
  • Fully internationalized, ready for translations If you would like to add a translation to his plugin then please head to our Translating WordPress page
  • WCAG 2.0 Compliant at AA level

But, most importantly, there are no premium features and no adverts - this is 100% complete and free!

Before using this plugin it is highly recommended that you read the FAQ as there are important points to note with regard to its use

Acknowledgements must go to Thomas Park for creating the Cinnamon script.

Requires: 2.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7.2
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Active Installs: Less than 10


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