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How can I change glossary slug within url?
At the moment, you can not change the “glossary” word in the permalink.
You must be joking? I understand its not given in settings as option but at least changing the code it could be changed, am I wrong? I changed within code the slug url but now the 404 page shows up when glossary word clicked.
I solved it, my page slug which I used for glossary page and given slug for glossary detail page was same I changed it now it works
I want to automatically add to each glossary item page a shortcode called: [glossary] , how can I do it?
If you want more detailed instructions, please contact us via email@example.com
I just purchased the plugin but I can not use it. I already install it in 2 different sites and it still does not work.
When I try to see the glossary it marks me error 404. I hope they can help me
Please send me your site URL for further checking. If you want to private, you can send me via firstname.lastname@example.org
Are there no supports for widgets?
At the moment, the plugin does not support this issue.
So if you want customize this plugin, please contact us via email email@example.com
Have just purchased the plugin, but I need to only display posts based on certain categories – how do I manage that?
Guys the only instructions you have with this plugin is add [dw-glossary] – how to I assign posts etc to the glossary….its not working for me?
At the moment, the plugin does not support to only display posts based on certain categories. Just added the Glossary and use the [dw-glossary] shortcode to show all the glossary, you can not assign posts.
I just purchased, all glossary links go to 404 pages. What am I missing?
Please let me know detail about this issue, you can go to the designwall.com/question then create an private question and send me username & password of your site for further checking.
I am looking for a glossary to manage two separate custom post types, so I would need two glossaries on the site I am building both with different slugs, is this possible with your plugin?
At the moment, the plugin does not support this option.
is it possible to split the summary page, in several pages when we have a lot of entries?
Personnaly i would like to have category page for each letter, one for A, B, C, etc.
At the moment, the plugin has not this option.
I noticed that several plugin buyers are having the same issue. If you have resolved their issue personally, when should us contemplating buyer expwct to have an updated version on the market for purchase.
Also, I plan on installing the plugin to function just like the demo, is there anything I need to purchase in addition to the plugin to make it work the same?
I have purchased the plugin, everything is working fun, however, I have a few suggestions:
(1) Alphabetical sorting for the glossary items – I found a free plugin to do this, however, it would be nice if the plugin did this on it’s own.
(2) Save to Clipboard Button/ Option. I am not a coder, however, I have found a few sites that have code that will allow for a button to be placed on the page to allow the text to save to the clipboard so it can be copied and placed elsewhere.
I have another question. How do we make it so that the glossary options are closed when the user comes to the site? We don’t want the glossary categories to be open when they land on the site. We want them to select their category and to go from there.
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