Adds explaining tooltips querying their content from a MediaWiki installation, e.g. Wikipedia.org. Therefore shortcodes can be used in Posts and Pages to mark keywords and link them to public Wiki pages. The well-known package of Tooltipster is used to create the nice and themable tooltips.
Main features of the current version are:
- Setup at least one wanted Wiki base and several other options at a backend page
- Integrate the Wiki tooltip in Posts and Pages using a handy popup in Gutenberg editor or simple shortcodes
- Shortcodes can be created by a TinyMCE plugin, too
- Find Wiki tooltip plugin in the “Add Plugins” page within your WordPress installation or Upload the Wiki tooltip plugin to your blog,
- Activate it,
- Create at least one Wiki base and review the global options on the settings page
- Add some tooltips and / or shortcodes to your Posts and Pages, and
- See nice and helpful tooltips where ever you like
Can I use any Wiki installation as base for my tooltips?
Sure, as long as the used installation provides an API structured like the API of MediaWiki it will work perfectly! You can use one of the public Wikipedias or setup your own Wiki URL.
Can I use several Wikis at the same time within my WordPress?
Since version 1.4.0 the plugin provides the opportunity to manage multiple Wiki URLs! The wanted Wiki can be chosen via an attribute in the shortcode.
Yes, you can define extra CSS style properties that are used at all links to Wiki pages!
Can I disable tooltips for mobile access?
Since version 1.7.0 you can define a minimum screen width that is necessary to show the tooltips!
Can I use the content of a certain section instead the complete Wiki page?
Since version 1.9.0 you can request a section by its title (anchor) using an extra attribute of the shortcode (
Bijdragers & ontwikkelaars
“WP Wiki Tooltip” is open source software. De volgende personen hebben bijgedragen aan deze plugin.Bijdragers
The last three major releases are listed here, only. Find complete log of all changes in the extra changelog file!
2.0.0 – C6H14N2O2 | Lysine
Release Date – January 3rd, 2024
- finally, the Gutenberg editor is supported, tooltips can easily be created in every rich-text component
- content filtering of tooltips is improved especially for removing inline stylesheets
1.10.0 – C6H13NO2 | Leucine
Release Date – December 5th, 2020
- the backend page is splitted into several tabs to have more space for some new settings in the future
- the used Tooltipster plugin is updated to its version 4.2.8
- some improvements for binding external resources
1.9.0 – C6H13NO2 | Isoleucine
Release Date – January 1st, 2019
- sections of Wiki pages can be used for tooltips, now (use shortcode attribute
- the used Tooltipster plugin is updated to its version 4.2.6
- a new option is available to set the animation how the tooltip appears