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FAQs: Debugging

Every now and again you may experience a bug of sorts which can cause a white screen or similar issues when in the admin side of the WordPress FAQ plugin. When unexpected things like this happen, best thing to do to begin investigating is to turn on debugging for the plugin. It is a really Continue Reading…

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FAQs v1.4.3 Release Notes

WordPress FAQ plugin v1.4.3 release notes. ADDED Serial Key validation. Admin email for each question group. FIXED XHTML validation errors were fixed. Deprecated function eregi() changed to preg_match() in PHP. “Edit” a question didn’t pre-fill question data. Cannot unrelate related questions by dragging them. All posts/pages’ dates were updated thus posts “re-posted” when question was saved Continue Reading…

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FAQ: Related Questions

FAQ > Manage > Related Questions Related Questions in the WordPress FAQ plugin will show up on individual FAQ posts/pages at the bottom of the FAQ details. You can configure related FAQs to display in either grid or list view, disregarding the layout of your current FAQs on category pages. click to enlarge Related FAQs Continue Reading…

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FAQs: Search Functionality

With the WordPress FAQs plugin, you would surely want to allow your users to search the FAQs on your site. This is possible and there are two ways of doing this.   1. Control Group Search click to enlarge When you edit an FAQs group, you can specify whether the group should have a search 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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