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Skip Rosell
September 19, 2012, 10:08 PM
Hi Paul,

That a good question. I do not know much about scripts and such but I figured that is what you would need. Here is a free script to what you want---I think?


I'm sure you could get someone on Fiverr.com to do this very cheap.

Best of success,

Skip Rosell


I know this isn't a tech site but there's a wealth of skills within this forum and I could use some advice.

If the post is removed, I'll understand and apologize in advance ;-)

I want to build a glossary on my blog. I've looked at free WordPress plugins and a paid option.

The thing is they don't do what I need, as far as I can tell, because I've tested the free plugins but can't get hold of the owners of the paid option.

I don't have the funds available now for Odesk or Rentacoder so I have to do it manually. That's why I need help.

Have any Sowpubbers created a glossary on their site, if so how did you do it?

Why do I want a glossary, they attract eyeballs to a site and other site owners will link to good glossaries as a service to their readers.

I've drawn a sketch (sorry about the lousy handwriting) to show what I'm trying to achieve. Here's the link: http://genprep.com/images/0057_001.pdf

Any help or advice would be much appreciated.



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