Glossary Editor Tooltip Add-on Description
Tooltips in the Back-End
Editor Tooltip enables tooltips in the Back-End.|
It even recognizes formatted content, such as bold, links, and headers.
The highlights appear in both visual and text modes.
|Example of tooltips in the Back-End|
|Tooltips can reveal important information||
Editor Tooltip can be used to convey information, warnings and much more.|
It displays information in a convenient way for those who are editing the content
Using the WordPress Glossary Editor Tooltip
Glossary Editor Tooltip Prerequisite Plugin
Glossary Editor Tooltip Features
|Show Tooltips in the Back-End – Inform your editors about important topics on the fly. They won’t have to preview the post or page to understand how the tooltips will enrich the audience’s experience.|
|Title, Content and Excerpt – The tooltip will be available in all of these three fields.|
|Works with pages and posts – The tool is not limited to posts. You can also use it on pages, to further enhance the editing experience.|
|Default Description – You can set a default description for the editor tooltip.|
Glossary Editor Tooltip Image Gallery
Glossary Editor Tooltip Add-on Frequently Asked Questions
What is the benefit of this add-on?
The Glossary Editor Tooltips add-on allows the display of tooltips in the page and post editor on the WordPress admin panel.
This can be useful for serving you information when you need it while modifying the content of your site, for displaying warnings or just knowing what tooltip information appears on the front-end for content that you are adding while you’re adding it.
To learn more about the add-on see this overview article.
Does the Tooltip Editor add-on only display tooltips within glossary term post editor pages?
Will tooltips be displayed for glossary terms within the meta data editor for Media on the site?
Are tooltips only displayed in the Visual editor for the page or also for the HTML (text) editor?
Is it possible to display or hide tooltips from individual pages or posts?
No. The Add-on only works across all page and post editor pages or none. To hide it while you are working you will need to disable the add-on.
Can I display different Tooltips on the Back-end than those that are displayed on the Front-End?
No. The Tooltip Editor Add-On works using the one glossary of terms and cannot differentiate based on tags, categories or custom taxonomies.