WordPress Glossary Plugin (CMTG) - Terms - Accessing the Term Page

Editing and Viewing your Glossary Term pages

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Each of your WordPress terms generated with the WordPress Glossary plugin can be edited and viewed just like any other WordPress post or page. In fact, they can be considered and treated as a custom post type, each having their own unique URL.

Your WordPress terms can be accessed in the following ways:

  • Directly by entering the post URL into the browser, e.g. www.example.com/glossary/term.
  • By clicking on the term’s tooltip from each page where the term appears in the content (this can be changed in the Glossary Settings, under the “Glossary Terms” tab, on “Glossary Term Links”).
  • From the Glossary Index Page by clicking on the term directly (this can be changed in Glossary Settings – in section “Glossary Index Page -> Links”).
  • From the list of all the terms in your glossary admin grid where you can search and view/edit each term.
Buttons for managing glossary terms - Tooltip WordPress Plugin
Buttons for managing glossary terms

Editing your WordPress terms type posts

If you want to edit your WordPress terms, click on the CM Tooltip Glossary tab in your WordPress dashboard and select Glossary.

This will show the list of all ‘term’ type posts, containing your existing glossary terms, including the regular options for WordPress posts: edit, view, quick edit and so on:

Page for managing glossary terms - Wiki Plugin for WordPress
Page for managing glossary terms

Once viewing a term page you can click on the admin bar which appear on the top part of your screen to edit the term as well:

Link for editing the viewed term - Wiki for WordPress
Link for editing the viewed term

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