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  • I guess there was a clash with an existing plugin. I stripped everything out and got WP glossary working. I’ll try it on my main site soon

    Plugin Author TCBarrett


    Let me know if it turns out to be an error with wp-glossary plugin (rather than with the other). In a perfect world, the two should be able to live together?

    Experiencing a similar issue.
    My glossary page containing the [glossary_term_list] shortcode has it’s permalink modified.

    In my example:
    I label the page ‘glossary of terms’.
    My permalink is glossary-of-terms
    I add my SEO information, keyword, meta description, title, etc.
    I publish.

    SEO data is gone.
    Permalink still in place
    I make corrections & edits to the page and update

    Permalink is transforemd
    from ‘/glossary-of-terms’ to ‘/term1-#’ where the # is the # of created pages that have the glossary short code)’, in this case #4, i.e. ‘/term1-4’


    I’ve found this occurs on any page where I’m using [glossary] shortcodes.

    The permalink changes and the SEO settings are voided when within the post content I use the plugin referencing feature.

    [glossary term=’term’] terms [/glossary]

    This changes the permalink to /’term-#’ where the # is the next available page with that name.

    hi, i’ve been using wp-glossary and when used with other plugins like slideshows that use the # too in the link creation it kinda conflicts with them.

    so i asked a buddy to help out and he came up with a solution, by changing the wp-glossary.js file like this:

    line 39: if( myAlpha.length )
    line 39: if( myAlpha && myAlpha.length )

    so far it’s still functional and there’s no more conflicts.

    The A to Z list of my glossary terms displays correctly, but when I click on a term, I get the 404 Not Found error message: “You tried going to …, and it doesn’t exist. All is not lost! You can search for what you’re looking for.”

    Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated. Thanks much.

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