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plugin:abbr

Abbreviation Tooltip Plugin

Compatible with DokuWiki

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plugin abbr tag for abbreviation in Wiki text to show the whole phrase when you mouse over the shortened word

Last updated on
2015-09-25
Provides
Syntax
Repository
Source

Similar to acronym

Tagged with annotations, tooltip

Installation

Install the plugin through the Extension Manager or Plugin Manager using the download URL above, which points to latest version of the plugin. Refer to plugin installation instructions.

Examples/Usage

The abbr plugin provides a spot-based abbreviations or acronyms in contrast to the DokuWiki's standard abbreviations those are defined in conf/acronyms.conf and conf/acronyms.local.conf files.

There are two types to specify shortened word and longer phrase in the <abbr> element. A toolbar picker icon (toolbar icon) is available in the Edit window to choose different syntax types.

Type 1 toolbar icon The shortened word is given in tail end parentheses in the marked text
source <abbr>HyperText Markup Language (HTML)</abbr> is a language for describing web pages
output HTML is a language for describing web pages
Type 2 toolbar icon The shortened word is given first and whole phrase is given in tail end blackets
source <abbr>HTML [HyperText Markup Language]</abbr> is a language for describing web pages
output HTML is a language for describing web pages

Of course you can use <abbr> tag in wiki source as same as HTML:

source <abbr title="Hyper Text Markup Language">HTML</abbr> is a language for describing web pages
output HTML is a language for describing web pages

Development

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FAQ

Discussion

Thanks! If the plugin had tag “tooltips” I could find it much faster… :-)

Hi, I have just added “tooltip” tag. I hope this plugin helps you. — s.saharas.sahara

2014/02/05 08:27
plugin/abbr.txt · Last modified: 2017-11-16 14:03 by Aleksandr