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FAQ: Custom Fields

FAQs > Custom Fields You can add custom fields to your ask forms. eg. add extra fields for a user name, surname, age, etc. Manage Custom Fields 1. Add New Add a new custom field by clicking on this button. You will be taken to a new page with fields to fill in. See documentation on Continue Reading…

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FAQs v1.4.5 Release Notes

WordPress FAQ plugin v1.4.5 release notes. ADDED Show the question asker’s email address to the administrator. The ability to tick/check WordPress post categories when specifying post for a group/question. Attempt to change the sql_mode to NOT strict. Specify the text to display for the read more link of excerpts. Add menu=0 parameter to prevent the Continue Reading…

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FAQ: Questions Introduction

FAQs > Questions The ‘Questions’ section of the WordPress FAQ plugin is where you will manage all your questions/answers. A question is literally a question which can be a question submitted/asked by a user or a question which was manually added by the administrator. Each question has and needs an answer to be published on Continue Reading…

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FAQ Config: Themes & Custom CSS

FAQ > Configuration > Theme & Custom CSS You can make theme folders by copying the wp-faqs/views/default/ folder and renaming it to something like wp-faqs/views/my-theme/ or similar and making changes to the template files. If you renamed it to “my-theme”, the “my-theme” folder name will automatically show up there in the Theme Folder dropdown setting Continue Reading…

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FAQs v1.3.5 Release Notes

WordPress FAQs plugin v1.3.5 Release Notes ADDED: Multiple notification recipients with comma separated email addresses in ‘Configuration’. FIXED: Accordion in IE8 ADDED: FAQ icon in TinyMCE editor to insert shortcodes ADDED: DS Windows DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR constant CHANGED: Change apply_filters(‘the_content’, “”) to wpautop() UPDATED: jQuery UI Accordion library has been updated. CHANGED: Use improved menu pages CHANGED: Continue Reading…

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