With the PRO version of Codeat Glossary for WordPress, you can add metadata to your terms very simply.
Let’s suppose, for example, that your glossary is about cooking recipes, so your glossary is, in fact, a collection of recipes. Let’s also assume you wish to add to your term/recipe some extra fields that will be visible at the bottom, like “Cooking time,” “Difficulty,” or “Serving.”
See the example below.
To achieve this, you first need to access the “Extra” tab in Glossary’s settings page and create the relative fields in “Custom fields.” Add each term in one row at a time and save.
Once you set this, you will automatically see the Custom fields options below your term edit page, and you will be able to input the relative options.
Automatically, at the bottom of your description/recipe you will see a table containing the custom fields and relative data (like in the first example)
The table style will follow your theme’s style. You will be able to modify the style only through the intervention on the theme’s CSS. (To personalize your theme, please refer to its documentation.)