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FAQ Accordion


With this plugin you will be able to make a FAQ for your website with a nice accordion effect. You can completely style this plugin yourself. I did create SOME css, but it’t totaly up to you.

I realy would like some input from the people who use this plugin to further develop this plugin (or errors for that matter), please contact me on my website below or e-mail me.

Update 1.1.1
*Was a little buggy, try now again. If I’m correct it should all work now.

Update 1.1
* Added group support, so now you can create multiple FAQ’s with different questions.
* Replaced the dd/dt/dl tags with div’s since dd/dt/dl is deprecated in HTML5.
* Cleaned up the code a little bit, will be doing more cleaning in the future.
* If you disable the plugin, database will be cleaned.

Update 1.0.2
* Shortcode can now me called between two paragraphs

* Check for empty values, if so, don’t submit
* Clean up code
* Better usability (More like WordPress itself)
* Add options page for frontend visuals
* Call questions by groupname

For support please check:
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This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.

NOTE: this plugin requires jQuery. Here they show how to properly do it:
WordPress including jQuery the right way

  1. Upload the files to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Place <?php get_questions(); ?> in your templates
  4. You can allso use the shortcode [odd_faq] within WordPress to call the FAQ

  5. [odd_faq id=1] will call all questions that are in the group where ID = 1

Contributors & Developers

“FAQ Accordion” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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