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  • mrzpro

    (@mrzpro)


    Dear all, I’ m trying to create a dictionary and I stored all words using the explanatory dictionary so, it contains two kinds of dictionaries the first is the historical one and the second is the dialect one.
    I tried to create a query to list only one but it seems impossible the list contains both dictionaries what can I do to filter them?

    Thank you

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  • Plugin Author Jonathan Daggerhart

    (@daggerhart)

    Hi mrzpro,

    I’m not sure what you mean. Can you explain how you created “dictionaries”? Are those custom post types, or meta data?

    Thanks,
    Jonathan

    mrzpro

    (@mrzpro)

    Hi Jonathan, thank you for your prompt reply I do not understand what you mean, as I said I used the plugin “Explanatory Dictionary” that has a possibility to create more dictionaries (I create two dict), it seems work like categories and inside your plugin I have no possibility to find/check them…..
    if it is possible I can send you access data….

    Plugin Author Jonathan Daggerhart

    (@daggerhart)

    Sorry, I misunderstood (trying to do too many things at once :)).

    You need to add a Filter to your query. That plugin will automatically create one named “Taxonomy: Dictionaries”. Then edit that filter and check only the Term you want to be shown. See attached screenshots.

    Adding the “Taxonomy: Dictionaries” filter:
    Adding custom taxonomy filter

    Selecting which dictionary term to filter by:
    Selecting QW Terms

    Let me know how this goes.

    mrzpro

    (@mrzpro)

    Hi, I’m using the ver. 1.5.41 and there is no possibility to do what you show in your pict….
    This is my current situation Problema
    as you can see I can’ t make the selection you said….

    Plugin Author Jonathan Daggerhart

    (@daggerhart)

    Ahh, I see a few possible points of confusion here.

    Could you explain exactly what you hope to accomplish?

    You created an “Override” query– which is used to change the output of a core WordPress archive page. Was that your intention?

    mrzpro

    (@mrzpro)

    Hi Jonathan, I’ m only trying to create a query with wich I would cut in two different lists the normal list of Explanatory Dictionary. Now I tried with the Override but I’ m not sure about it….

    mrzpro

    (@mrzpro)

    I tried also to create a Widget one but without result….

    Plugin Author Jonathan Daggerhart

    (@daggerhart)

    I’ve created a short video showing how to filter Explanatory Dictionary “Terms” by their “Dictionary”

    Hope this helps. Let me know if this doesn’t address your issue, or if there is another problem.

    Thanks,
    Jonathan

    mrzpro

    (@mrzpro)

    Hi it works but not properly, herewith I send the picture where you can see the result:
    Result
    you can see strange characters before words and also alignment is a little bit strange and I’ll to correct via CSS

    Thank you very much for your kind cooperation
    Maurizio

    mrzpro

    (@mrzpro)

    furthermore there is no pagination in the bottom of the page

    mrzpro

    (@mrzpro)

    Now pagination appears but as you can see in the above picture there is no alphabetica order…

    Plugin Author Jonathan Daggerhart

    (@daggerhart)

    Hi mrzpro,

    Were you able to resolve these issues? I’m not completely sure they are QW related considering that Explanatory Dictionary plugin is over 2 years without an update.

    Thanks,
    Jonathan

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