We have implemented a Glossary on our cookbook web site [url removed, login to view]
I need someone to go into our recipe pages and pick out words in the recipes ingredients and description and link them to the cooresponding glossary definition page. If the word does not exist in the glossary, then create a page for the term and enter the definition or description of the term, then link it.
This is easy to do with these steps:
**_To link a word in the recipe that exists in the Glossary:
Find the glossary term and make sure the punctuation and spelling are the same. For example "Velveeta Cheese" and "Velveeta cheese" are not the same because of the lower case "c" in Cheese.
Add double brackets [[Velveeta Cheese]] around the term. This will link it to the Velveeta Cheese page.
**_To create a link to a new term:
_**When you add double brackets around a word [[term]] it will create a link to the page, if the page does not exist, it will create it when you click on the new link.
Then enter a description and/or definition for the term
Now add this tag to the page to place it in the Glossary
There are over 4000 recipes to work with that need cross links. Find words that users may need further information to understand. International words are definately needed in the glossary.
Keep a spreadsheet with a record of the 1000 cross links you set up.
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