WordPress Glossary Plugin (CMTG) - Shortcodes - Glossary Exclude Button on Editor Page

Glossary Editor Button

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This option is only available if you are using the Classic Editor.

TIP: What Are Shortcodes

Shortcodes add dynamic content to your site via a small piece of code. Learn more: Shortcodes - How To Use

In the Pro editions of the WordPress Glossary plugin, a special button is added to your WordPress page editor which can wrap sections of the page content with the glossary_exclude shortcode.

To use the glossary exclude button, all you have to do is highlight those sections or paragraphs from which you wish to remove the glossary parsing, and click on the button, as shown in the image below:

Glossary exclude button - Tooltip Plugin WordPress
Glossary exclude button

As a result, tooltips will not be visible and term highlights will be disabled on the sections that you highlighted.

If you need to limit this option, you can remove this editor button by disabling the option Show Visual Editor additional buttons (this option is available in Pro+ and Ecommerce only). You can find this option in plugin settings on the General Settings tab under the Edit Screen Elements section:

Enabling additional buttons in Visual Editor - Tooltip WordPress Plugin
Enabling additional buttons in Visual Editor

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