Small bug fixes and deprecated functions exchanged
The URL to the detail page of a concept is now SEO optimized
The search algorithm behind the search link on top of the concept detail page is extended (searches now for prefered and alternative labels)
Implemented new shortcode with which you can add a simple glossary search form between content. The shortcode is called [ccg-searchform] and has two optional parameters: title (The title over the textfield. Leave blank if you don't want a title) and width (The width of the textfield). An example: [ccg-searchform title="Glossary search" width="50%"]
2.1.1 - 24.03.2015
Bug fixes on the ARC2 installation function
2.1 - 19.02.2015
Improved speed of the linking posts with key terms
Resolved Problem with the activation and the deinstallation if the ARC2 library is not installed
Resolved Problem with the HTML tag
Added Multi site support
Adapted the plugin settings page
Improved the uninstall mechanism
Improved sidebar widget Glossary Search
2.0.1 - 14.10.2015
Small bug fix on autocomplete function
By caching of relevant concepts of a post / article the performance has been optimised when calling a post / article
The Plugin has been reworked to ensure the use in future WordPress versions
It is now possible to include a list of glossary terms in the settings which will then be excluded from automated linking.
Updating the plugin via the wordpress admin interface has been simplified. The plugin now gets the ARC2-tripelstore and installs it automatically without need to intervene manually.
There is a new 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 new 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.
Automated finding and linking of concepts in running content can be totally disabled under settings. The glossary area is still present and can be reached via the glossary link and the sidebar widget.
The procedure for the automated linking has been stabilized and improved
New, simplified configuration setting page
Performance problems resolved
Few Bugs fixed
Bug with the import from SPARQL endpoint is resolved
Requires: 3.1 or higher Compatible up to: 4.4.7 Last Updated: 1 year ago Active Installs:
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