Site operators can create detailed, hierarchical documentation for the site's authors, editors, and contributors, viewable in the WordPress admin
Anyone who can save posts. So by default, Authors, Editors, Administrators, and Contributors
Anyone who can
publish_pages. So by default, Editors and Administrators.
Just like you'd reorder pages. Change the
Order setting for the page, in the
Attributes meta box. To make something be first, give it a large negative number like
Use WordPress' internal linking feature. When launched from a help document, it will only search for other help documents.
Edit the help document you want to be the default. Check the "Set as default help document" checkbox, and save. This will now be the default document.
Documents that came from another WP Help install that is currently connected, cannot be edited (your changes would just be overwritten anyway). In order to edit these documents, you need to disconnect from sync permanently, or edit the at their source WP Help install.
Enabling sync will delete any documents that came in via another sync source. But it will not delete locally-created documents.
Not right now. But what you can do, is have a WP Help install that aggregates another WP Help install and is then itself used as a source for the combination of the two sites docs, to be delivered to a third site.
You cannot internally sort synced documents — just move the whole "chunk" of synced documents around.. Also, if a local help document is the only document in its level, it won't get a drag handle, because there's nothing to reorder. Give it a sibling, and you'll be able to order them how you like.
Requires: 4.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.2.9
Last Updated: 1 year ago
Active Installs: 10,000+
0 of 3 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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