Pay Per Post DemoLearn how to gate content inside a page! The Pay Per Post plugin allows you to add a paywall so users can only see a section of the page once they pay, and for a limited time
Step 1) Log in
This page includes some restricted content. Login using the credentials demo / demo (that’s the login and password) to have access to a virtual wallet
Step 2) Purchase the content
Click on “purchase content” and you will be able to access it for 10 minutes
How Pay Per Post Works
This article is an example of how the Pay Per Post plugin can work in an elearning environment.
Each article can be “purchased” using points from the student wallet. Buying it gives the student access to the whole content for a limited time period to read the article.
Students have their own dashboard where they can check all articles they have access to.
The Locked Content Starts Here
What is a Glossary
A glossary is an alphabetical list of terms and their corresponding definitions. It familiarizes readers with keywords and abbreviations. Building a glossary is also the first step to truly consistent wording – and it increases understanding, too. This is often referred to as ‘terminology management’.
This article will review the process of building a good Glossary based on the CM Tooltip Glossary plugin.
A Simple Glossary in Confluence
A typical approach to glossary building is to create a page that contains a list of terms and their definitions.
For larger glossaries, I would recommend creating a page for each term. This is where the CM Tooltip Glossary plugin comes in. It can help in the process of building a solution based on detailed term pages and also automatically generating the index page for all the terms in the glossary.