WordPress FAQs plugin v1.3.8
The WordPress FAQs plugin is an easy to use, yet powerful piece of software that allows you to manage an FAQ base on your WordPress website. You can have questions and answers in multiple groups, put search boxes on your FAQ page and even allow your users to submit questions for your answering and approval.
After doing 3 major releases this month so far, it is time for another weekly release here. This week it is the WordPress FAQs plugin v1.3.8 which is rather minor compared to the other releases but you’ll definitely want to get this update since it has some fixes and also new, useful features. See the release notes for a detailed list of changes. Here are some of the highlights…
FAQs v1.3.8 Highlights
Captcha Image Added
We added a captcha image for question submissions through the ask box. The captcha image will display below the question textarea and will require your users to fill in the correct code in order for the question to be submitted. It can be turned on/off in the configuration section of the plugin. Please note that the FAQs plugin requires the Really Simple Captcha plugin in order for the captcha to work.
The XHTML output of the FAQs plugin on the front-end will now validate according to the W3C markup validation service.
Shortcode for all FAQs
You can embed all approved FAQs (questions and answers) from all your groups with a single shortcode. Just insert
[wpfaqs] into any WordPress post/page to output all FAQs.
Get v1.3.8 Now
Existing customers for the WordPress FAQs plugin can obtain this update for free considering that you have an active updates subscription. Just go to our downloads section where you will get it. You may need to login to your account first to access that page. If you forgot your account password, you can reset it here.
Are you a new customer wanting to purchase the WordPress FAQs plugin? Go to the FAQs plugin page where you can buy it right now with immediate access to your download upon purchase. Additionally, you get 15% OFF your order by using the 15OFF coupon code when you are on the 2CheckOut payment gateway page.
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