Website Post Glossary Tooltip Terms are those terms in your glossary that, when used on your website in articles, will automatically carry a tooltip term sourced from your glossary. The text evaluated for automated tooltip terms are selectively sourced from your Glossary. This FAQ will show you how to use the module.
You should first read the FAQ titled "How to Create Website Post Glossary Tooltip Terms in Yabber". In that FAQ we look at the creation of Glossary terms, and more importantly, how to send those terms to your website. The terms that will be evaluated for tooltips and the style applied to 'linked' terms are sent in the same action.
You will find the Glossary module in Yabber by selecting the small 'info' link in the 'Website' module. You should then select the 'Glossary' submenu item.
Pictured: You will find the Glossary module in Yabber by selecting the small 'info' link in the 'Website' module. You should then select the 'Glossary' submenu item.
Yabber Tooltips: Another module introduces Yabber Tooltips. Yabber Tooltips is text with any tooltip popup applied to your liking. Globally defined (meaning that the same tooltip may be referenced and updated anywhere) includes tracking and triggers. The Yabber Tooltip features are described in an FAQ titled "How to Create Trackable Post Tooltip Terms in Yabber".
Let's look at a sample result of automated glossary terms with two different styles applied. We've included the example text in an indented blockquote so you're aware of the text that had the glossary applied. Note that these tooltip glossary definitions were automatically applied based on assignments made in Yabber.
In our example we've 'codified' the text, meaning that we've applied an alternate font, we've altered the colour of the text slightly, and we've applied an underline. The next example introduces the alternate box-style effect.
You won't want your entire text to be evaluated for a glossary tooltip. Words such as 'interest', 'rate', 'term', and so on, are all used in various contexts outside of finance, so Yabber provides the facility to only selectively include glossary terms for use in your post-level dictionary.
Defining Post Glossary Styles
The two stylistic variations (shown above) are applied in the 'Style' panel. The choice of 'linking' style is up to you, but the 'Box' format (shown as an inset in the image below) tends to be a preference on our end. Apply the style as required and click 'Save'.
Pictured: The two stylistic variations are applied in the 'Style' panel. The choice of 'linking' style is up to you, but the 'Box' format (shown as an inset in the image below) tends to be a preference on our end. Apply the style as required and click 'Save'. You may edit this style at any time via the 'Review' panel.
When you send your Glossary terms to a website, you will also send your style preference. But first, we'll look at how to define which terms in your articles will actually become linkified.
Defining Post Glossary 'Linkified' Terms
Those terms that will become linkified glossary terms in your posts and articles are defined in the Glossary Review panel.
Pictured: Those terms that will become linkified glossary terms in your posts and articles are defined in the Glossary Review panel. Selectively enable and disable those terms that you would like to be linked with automated glossary tooltip terms.
In the 'Page Term' column, you should selectively enable and disable those terms that you would liked linked as glossary tooltips in your posts. Don't link them all - it makes your page a mess. Only select those terms that you might use only occasionally, and those that require an explanation.
Once we've defined our in-post glossary terms, we should send them to our website.
Updating Website Glossary Terms
Updating website glossary data is made via the 'Send' panel. Select your website, the full page glossary style, and the link style (indicated by an arrow), and 'Send'. Changes are made immediately.
Pictured: Updating website glossary data is made via the 'Send' panel. Select your website, the full page glossary style, and the link style (indicated by an arrow), and 'Send'. Changes are made immediately.
Note that all glossary data is updated when you 'Send' your information to the selected website.
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