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How is it possible to connect an image/icon to each glossary entry which then can be displaed in the items list together with the entry?

How can SEO Glossary be etended with a simple tagging system, allowing to easily crosslinking related entries?

Kind regards,
Bernhard
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Hi,

How is it possible to connect an image/icon to each glossary entry which then can be displayed in the items list together with the entry?

This is not something currently possible.

How can SEO Glossary be extended with a simple tagging system, allowing to easily crosslinking related entries?

This would be a good feature to be added, we'll keep that in mind.

Cheers,
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Hi Tristan,

Would there be a way to speed up the integration of those features byy offering a contribution for its development?

Both seem to be pretty simple to add, mainly by adding and integrating the corresponding fields in first place...

Kind regards,
Bernhard
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Or - if you prefer - would it be possible to implement ourselves these 2 fields/features by adapting SEO Glossary code?

I am not sure about this but in fact all of this and even more is already existing within Joomla articles, so what if the Glossary content would be a Joomla article, would this solve the case and even extend SWO Glossary funcionality to much more features through its article format or would that create any kind of limitation to avoid?

Any insight is welcome.

I personally see the power of SEO Glossary in all its glossary functions, tooltips, alfabetical list etc. however I'd like to have also the same features as articles offer...


Kind regards,
Bernhard
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Hi,

Can you be more specific about the "image feature"?
You mean add an icon field in the glossary edition that load an icon above each definition title of this glossary.

Cheers,
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Yes, exacly. An Icon or image of choice representing the essence of the glossary entry.
Imagine a view like the joomla artivles view, usually showing the into image (or the fist image shown within the article) and beside it a title and intoduction to the article and a "read more" to see the detals. Thats my vision of perfect glossary...

However, if thats too much of work for you, most important in first place however is just to have a field available to assign this image to the glossary entry, then, I assume I may use this and control myself the view of glossary list with css where and how to display the image, right?
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Reason is that images are so much more powerful than words in order to communicate the essence of a message, so im taking advantage of this and would like to use SEO Glossary with that additional power.
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Could you put me on some kind of mailing list to be informed when any new release for SEO Glossary with any of these new features would be released, thanks!
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Is there any forecast if and by when this would possibly be implemented?
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Hi,

Could you put me on some kind of mailing list to be informed when any new release for SEO Glossary with any of these new features would be released, thanks!

Yes, you are already in our mailing list. Any things new will be sent to your email.
Is there any forecast if and by when this would possibly be implemented?

We are not sure about that but we will keep that in mind.

Cheers,
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@baggler
I am the developer and I am working on these feature now.
If you like to speed up please create a support ticket with your Joomla dev access and password so we can test there.
If you can send screenshot in ticket support that will help a lot
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Ok, done.
Conected through Skype and Tickets...
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