CM Tooltip Guide: Disable Tooltips on Certain WordPress Pages or Posts Using the Tooltip Metabox

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In the Pro, Pro+ and eCommerce Editions of the CM Tooltip Glossary, it is possible to customize the tooltip behavior for each of your WordPress pages or posts individually. This means that you can disable certain elements of your tooltip, or hide them completely from appearing on the specified page or post.

How do I customize my tooltips on individual WordPress pages?

The Tooltip editions mentioned about all include a customization metabox called “CM Tooltip Disables” which appears at the top right corner of your WordPress page and post editor. The metabox includes the following options:

  • Don’t show the Tooltips on this post/page – If set, tooltips will not be shown upon hovering terms on this page
  • Don’t show links to glossary terms on this post/page – If set the links to the term page will be removed.
  • Don’t search for glossary items on this post/page – If set the terms on this page will not be parsed or linked at all
  • Don’t show related terms for this post/page – If set the related terms widget will not appear at the bottom of the post / page

Here’s what the tooltip disables metabox appears like in your WordPress page editor:

the tooltip disables metabox as it appears in your WordPress page editor- CM Tooltip glossary plugin

 

Info: If you don’t see this metabox on your WordPress Page editor, please check the “Screen Options” – as it may have been disabled.
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