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03/20/13 04:19:13 (13 months ago)
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joedolson
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    1212== Description == 
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    14 This plug-in requires it's parent plug-in, <a href="http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/my-content-management/">My Content Management</a>, which creates a suite of custom post types, each with an appropriate custom taxonomy and a set of commonly needed custom fields. 
     14This plug-in requires its parent plug-in, <a href="http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/my-content-management/">My Content Management</a>, which creates a suite of custom post types, each with an appropriate custom taxonomy and a set of commonly needed custom fields. 
    1515 
    1616The My Content Glossary helper plug-in adds a suite of Glossary-specific tools to your My Content Management plug-in so that you can better manage that area of your custom content.  
     
    4545== Installation == 
    4646 
    47 1. Upload the `my-content-management` folder to your `/wp-content/plugins/` directory 
     471. Upload the `my-content-glossary` folder to your `/wp-content/plugins/` directory 
    48482. Activate the plugin using the `Plugins` menu in WordPress 
    49 3. Visit the settings page at Settings > My Content Management to enable your needed content types. 
    50 4. Visit the appropriate custom post types sections to edit and create new content. 
    51 5. Use built-in widgets or shortcodes to display content. (Advanced users can create custom theme templates for displays.) 
     49 
     50The plug-in will automatically be active for any Glossary terms you have already created using My Content Management.  
    5251 
    5352== Frequently Asked Questions == 
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