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WikiTip Knowledge Cluster ToolTip for WordPress

This plugin integrates a tooltip dictionary/glossary/thesaurus with terms definitions stored at wikitip.info. Users may create their own clusters for

How do I use this plugin?

Please go to http://wikitip.info and apply for an account. Please mention if you need your own cluster or you want to use an existing one. If you already have a dictionary we will help importing it in our system.

What is the cost for using this technology?

Usually if you use your own cluster there is no cost involved. However we plan to host premium features so we can cover our own expenses with hosting of wikitip.info system. If you plan to upload a broad dictionary with a lot of terms definitions this will require some paid subscription since more resources must be allocated.

I have my own glossary but I am concerned to import it to your system since it is my private property

We respect the copyright of user's information. Please read our terms of service, you only need to give us enough rights to host the information and to promote it. If you like you can choose to monetize your glossary since it can be used by other website owners via paid subscriptions. Or if you like you can release all the information to the public domain then everyone can access it for free.

I installed and configured the plugin and get the terms underlined but I see no tooltip when I put the mouse over them?

There is an issue with the z-index value of your tooltip. Please go to the options menu and experiment with values such as 9999

How do I determine what container to use?

A container is a HTML element that contain the text you want to check against the knowledge cluster (glossary). If your cluster is small in size and specialized in some field perhaps it is a good idea to use as container the entire content of your post. Look in source code of your blog page and find what element holds your content. For Twenty Eleven theme this is div.entry-content. However if you have a broad knowledge cluster such as a dictionary then explaining every word in the content may not make sense. In this case you can decide for a method to announce the terms you want explained and a good idea is to emphasize them at the edit time. Just select the terms and format them as italic. WordPress editor will surround the terms inside a <em> tag and you can simply use em as container.

Is the access to the definitions secure?

We took measures to prevent unauthorized access to the terms definitions. Therefore only eligible subscribers can have access to certain knowledge clusters and only for the duration of their subscription.

Requires: 3.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.3.9
Last Updated: 7 months ago
Active Installs: Less than 10


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