This is a very simple plugin to create a knowledgebase. Use shortcode [knowledgebase] to display your categories and posts in 4 columns. For more info
|Author:||Guido (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.7|
|WordPress version tested:||5.1.1|
|Added to WordPress repository:||29-08-2014|
|Total downloads:||18 093|
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Very Simple Knowledge Base page (Twenty Nineteen theme).
Very Simple Knowledge Base page (Dashboard).
Very Simple Knowledge Base WooCommerce products (Twenty Nineteen theme).
Very Simple Knowledge Base widget (Dashboard).
Where is the settingspage?
Plugin has no settingspage, use the shortcode with attributes or the widget with attributes to make it work.
Does plugin offer it’s own knowledge base post type?
No, it’s build to create a knowledge base by using the native categories and posts.
You can also list categories and posts from a custom post type (such as “product” or “event”).
How can I change the layout or colors?
Besides the number of columns, the layout or colors of the knowledge base can only be changed by using custom CSS.
Where to find the category ID?
Each category URL contains an unique ID. You will find this ID when hovering the category title in your dashboard or when editing the category.
It’s the number that comes after:
Where to find the tag ID?
Please check previous item. It’s similar to the category ID.
Is it possible to list a subcategory underneath it’s parent?
No, this is not possible. Parent and subcategories are listed separately.
Is a post without a title also displayed?
Yes, if a post has no title it will be displayed in frontend with a default label: (no title)
You can change this label by using an attribute.
Why no Semantic versioning?
At time of initial plugin release I wasn’t aware of the Semantic versioning (sequence of three digits).
How can I make a donation?
You like my plugin and you’re willing to make a donation? Nice! There’s a PayPal donate link at my website.
Other question or comment?
Please open a topic in plugin forum.
- the CSS class of each WooCommerce product now also contains the relevant category and tag
- added check for WooCommerce
- the CSS class of each post now also contains the relevant category and tag
- this can be handy if you want to style or hide certain posts
- added attribute to show View All link
- added attribute to change default View All label
- changed attribute “no_title” into “no_title_label”
- stylesheet update
- added more reset CSS to avoid conflict with your theme
- some textual changes
- added file vskb-shortcodes
- relocated all shortcodes to this file
- removed the old shortcode files
- added file vskb-list
- relocated knowledge base template from shortcodes to this file
- removed unnecessary whitespaces from most files
- added minified css file in folder css (kept the original css file for reference)
- some textual changes
- removed unnecessary notifications from changelog (such as “updated readme file”)
For all versions please check file changelog.