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Lexicographer

Lexicographer creates an alphabetical index of your blog, using keywords you choose. The index can be included in any page, post or text widget.

Usage

Lexicographer does not add any new elements to the WordPress admin interface. Instead, you use it as follows:

In your posts and pages, put the words and terms to index in spans of class lemma, like so: <span class="lemma">ˌsu·per·ca·liˌfra·gi·lis·ticˌex·pi·a·liˈdo·cious</span> (the stress and hyphenation marks are of course optional).

In the page (or post, or text widget) where you'd like the index to live, paste the following shortcode:

[lexicographer_index]

At this place, the index will be inserted. It will consist of the defined terms, linking to the definitions.

Shortcode attributes:

  • anchorlinks [true/false, default: true]: If true, anchored links to the terms will be created. If false, links to the post(s) containing the term will be created.
  • headerlevel [int, default: 3]: Which heading level to use for the capical characters in the index.

Support

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Requires: 2.8.4 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.5.3
Last Updated: 3 months ago
Active Installs: 100+

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