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Easy to use, providing several functions other glossary plugins don't: searchable, styling capabilities (Gutenberg), all the information is displayed on a single page, visually attractive. Ideal for a medical dictionary.
I was excited to try this plug-in but I couldn't use it, literally.
I looked for the post-type on the admin bar but did not see it. Upon seeing reviews, you have to use Gutenberg blocks. I don't like blocks. I am sticking with the classic editor. I thought I'd save some time from making a custom post type, but I might have to make one in the end to fulfil my dictionary-ish needs.
It works very well, and it's quite easy to populate but only if you are using the classic editor to create pages or posts. My main issue is with Elementor. You have to copy the HTLM from a classic editor page into a short-code block within Elementor for it to work, meaning you can have to edit it first into a page or an article in the classic WP editor, and each time you want to add a definition, you have to edit the classic editor version, then copy past again the code in Elementor.
Not a huge deal but it's fairly inneficient.
Had to uninstall this plugin since you MUST have the new block editor for it to work. Any of the 5 million+ people using Classic Editor can't use this plugin apparently.
I'm sorry but how do you make a plugin that totally disregards 5 million+ people who don't want to upgrade to the ugly clunky non-intuitive Gutenberg editor unless it's some ploy to nudge people to upgrade? Lol. I've never seen any plugin make something Gutenberg-exclusive smh... I'd say it's likely that that's why this plugin only has 3000 installations as of now even though there's not many good competitors for a glossary plugin.
Damn shame 'cause I really wanted to use this plugin.