Heroic Knowledge Base is fully translation ready. To translate the plugin you need to copy and edit the PO file (ht-knowledge-base/languages/ht-knowledge-base-en_US.po). Copy the file and rename the file with the relevant WordPress locale, for example if you were translating the file into French, rename the file ht-knowledge-base-fr_FR.po. Using a program […]
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Heroic Knowledge Base Categories and Tags With the Heroic Knowledge Base, you can create, edit and control custom categories and tags for your knowledge base articles. Knowledge base categories can be created in two ways: 1. From Knowledge Base > Article Categories. 2. From an article add/edit page, under the Knowledge Base Category In certain themes, category images and colours can be controlled from the edit knowledge base category page. Controlling the Knowledge Base Category Order The knowledge base category order can be controlled from the Knowledge Base > Article Category Ordering page. Drag and drop categories to reorder and change the order they are displayed on your site. The parent category and nesting options can be controlled from the edit category page.
There will now be a new Knowledge Base menu in the WordPress admin panel. From here you can manage existing articles, create new articles and control the knowledge base categories and tags. Articles are the components of your knowledge base. These work a lot like blog posts, but have there own categories and tags. Select Add New Article to create a new Heroic Knowledge Base Article From this page, you can control everything about your article: ● Title The title of the article ● Content The body content of the article ● Options Add attachments and allow voting (if voting plugin also installed) ● Format The format of article (may be used by theme) ● Categories Custom knowledge base categories the article will be classified under. ● Tags Custom knowledge base tags to associate with the article. Settings The settings menu from Knowledge Base > Settings allows you to control various options for the whole Knowledge Base. A note on slugs: The knowledge base allows you to define custom slugs for Heroic Knowledge Base articles, categories and tags. These can be controlled from Knowledge Base > Settings > Slugs. On updating the slugs, you may need to ‘flush’ your permalinks by visiting Settings > Permalinks, this forces WordPress to update the relevant slugs. Linking to the knowledge base You can link to any of the knowledge base articles as with any other post. To add the knowledge base to a menu, goto Appearance > Menus and add the ‘Heroic Knowledge Base Archive’ to any of the menus. Using the knowledge base as on the homepage In certain themes, you can set the knowledge base to appear as your sites homepage, by enabling the ‘Knowledge Base Home’ setting from Knowledge Base > Settings > Knowledge Base Settings. This will override the ‘front page displays’ setting in Settings > Reading. Voting With the Heroic Voting module installed and activated, visitors to the knowledge base can vote on articles and comments. Top articles and contributors are assigned badges, depending on theme support. […]
Thank you for choosing the Hero Themes Knowledge Base plugin, this plugin will add a knowledge base to your WordPress powered site and features: ● Simple and powerful Knowledge Base ● Live search functionality ● Custom knowledge base post types ● Custom categories and tags ● Add attachments ● Vote articles (with Heroic Voting plugin) Hero Themes are the creators of the #1 premium Knowledge Base theme for WordPress. This guide documents how to set up and configure the Knowledge Base plugin. Installation To install Heroic Knowledge Base you will require a selfhosted WordPress version 3.5 or higher installation. A supporting Hero Theme is not required but offers additional functionality and enhanced experience. You can install the plugin in a number of ways: ● From Zip File: In the WordPress admin panel navigate to Plugins > Add New, select the ‘Upload’ and browe to the zipped plugin file, and hit install now. ● FTP Upload: Using your FTP program upload the unzipped plugin folder into the /wpcontent/plugins/ folder of your WordPress installation. […]