Support » Plugin: Name Directory » Multiple Paragraphs and Hyperlinks in definitions?

  • Resolved singinglizard1

    (@singinglizard1)


    I want to include a topical index of songs on my website. Each topic will have several songs, all hyperlinked to sheet music on another website, each of which I want to appear on a separate line. I tried setting it up with the Topic word as the glossary term and my list of hyperlinked songs in the definition; but both the hyperlinks and line breaks were removed. Is it possible to include these? Or is this just not the right plugin for my purpose?

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  • Plugin Author jeroenpeters1986

    (@jeroenpeters1986)

    Hi @singinglizard1,

    can you post the HTML you wanted to use for one of the topics? That way I can properly test it and fix it.

    Thanks in advance

    Kind regards,

    Jeroen Peters

    Thread Starter singinglizard1

    (@singinglizard1)

    So I played around with it a little more after I posted. I discovered that I didn’t have the visual editor enabled. Now that I’ve enabled it, it seems to work just fine when I paste it in! Sorry to bother!

    One other question: is there any way to have the hyperlinks open in a new window by default, so I don’t have to go through all 80 links to manually set them?

    Plugin Author jeroenpeters1986

    (@jeroenpeters1986)

    hey @singinglizard1!

    Good to hear that the first part worked out fine 🙂

    The other question is not really a part of my plugin. The content in the descriptions can be HTML, but the editor is part of WordPress. I don’t think it has an ability to open the links by default in a new window.

    I’m not sure if you are familiair with Javascript? That could work, but it’s a little messy. The plugin, nor the editor doesn’t provide any function lik you are asking, I am sorry!

    Kind regards,

    Jeroen Peters

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