How to Add a Glossary or Dictionary Section in Your WordPress Site

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Do you want to add a dictionaries dictionary to your WordPress site? A glossary contains all the terms and abbreviations that relate to your company, you can easily check the companies of your company. This helps you win and you position yourself as a market leader. In this article, we will show you how to add a glossary of the dictionary section to your WordPress site.

What is a glossary or dictionary?

There is a dictionary of terms in alphabetical order on a provided subject matter. It speaks independently and also translates into the meaning of a specific term, to find a phrase of abbreviation.

Let’s see how you can add a dictionary to your WordPress site.

If you do not want to watch the video tutorial, you can look at the following text version:

Add a glossary of the dictionary on your WordPress site

The first thing you need to do is install and activate the plug-in for  CM Tooltip glossary.

After activation, you will be automatically redirected to the settings page of the plug-in.

On the General settings tab, you can select a page to view glossary terms, set the URL of the dictionary page, and manage the glossary options. You can also enable the case-sensitive option for your word list.

If your site does not have a word list page, you can enable the “Generate Page for Glossary” option to create a new page for your word list. By default, the URL of the glossary is ‘’.

When you’re done, click the “Save changes” button to save these settings.

You at that point need to visit the “Glossary index” tab to design your glossary show settings.

Each option has a question mark icon next to it. You can use this icon to see what each specific option does.

Then you have to switch to the ‘Glossary term’ tab to manage the linking settings for your word list. You have the option to open ‘Terms page glossary in a new window/tab’. Although we do not think this will provide a good user experience, you can choose the settings that best suit you.

Add a new glossary term

Now that you have configured the settings for the dictionary, you are ready to add glossary terms and their definition.

Simply go to  CM Tooltip Glossary »Add a new page in your WordPress administration area to add a new glossary term.

First, you must enter a title for your glossary term and then write the description in the text editor. When you have finished writing the details, click on the ‘Publish’ button.

You can add as many glossary words as you want and they are automatically arranged in alphabetical order on your word list page. You can also start the title of the dictionary with numbers and display it before the alphabetical terms on the glossary page.

More information Visit the WordPress site to see the dictionary page in action.

Note:  The URL of the glossary/dictionary page is the same as that you have created in the current general settings.

If you have a number of glossary terms, you can find your users on any higher-existing alphabet of numerical value.

That’s all. We hope this article helps you learn how to add a glossary of a dictionary on your WordPress site.

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