WPSSO FAQ Manager

Description

The WPSSO FAQ Manager allows you to easily manage Questions / Answers from a standard WordPress Question editing page. You can also categorize your Questions / Answers into FAQ categories, just like standard WordPress Posts.

Use the standard WordPress FAQ category archive and question pages, and/or use [faq] and [question] shortcode(s) in your Post / Page content — both will automatically reflect any change your make to your Questions / Answers or FAQ categories (ie. adding / removing questions, updating answers, etc.).

Optional:

If you need Schema FAQPage markup for the FAQ shortcode or FAQ categories you create, you will also need the WPSSO Schema JSON-LD Markup add-on to generate the Schema FAQPage markup. The WPSSO FAQ Manager add-on manages Question / Answer pages and FAQ categories – it does not create Schema markup or meta tags.

Optional:

If you need to adjust the default FAQ category archive page layout, see the WordPress Theme Handbook > Custom Taxonomy section for details on creating a new FAQ category archive page template based on your current theme archive page template.

WPSSO Core Plugin Required

WPSSO FAQ Manager (aka WPSSO FAQ) is an add-on for the WPSSO Core plugin.

WPSSO Core and its add-ons make sure your content looks best on social sites and in search results, no matter how your webpages are shared, re-shared, messaged, posted, embedded, or crawled.

Screenshots

  • The FAQs menu allows you to manage individual FAQs and their categories.
  • The FAQ editing page allows you to create and edit individual FAQs.

Reviews

September 11, 2020
Does exactly what it says it will do. I am pleased with the updates and the light nature of the demand it makes on the site.
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Contributors & Developers

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

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Changelog

Version Numbering

Version components: {major}.{minor}.{bugfix}[-{stage}.{level}]

  • {major} = Major structural code changes / re-writes or incompatible API changes.
  • {minor} = New functionality was added or improved in a backwards-compatible manner.
  • {bugfix} = Backwards-compatible bug fixes or small improvements.
  • {stage}.{level} = Pre-production release: dev < a (alpha) < b (beta) < rc (release candidate).

Standard Version Repositories

Changelog / Release Notes

Version 3.8.0 (2020/12/02)

  • New Features
    • None.
  • Improvements
    • None.
  • Bugfixes
    • None.
  • Developer Notes
    • Included the $addon argument for library class constructors.
  • Requires At Least
    • PHP v5.6.
    • WordPress v4.4.
    • WPSSO Core v8.14.1.

Version 3.7.1 (2020/10/17)

  • New Features
    • None.
  • Improvements
    • Refactored the add-on class to extend a new WpssoAddOn abstract class.
  • Bugfixes
    • Fixed backwards compatibility with older ‘init_objects’ and ‘init_plugin’ action arguments.
  • Developer Notes
    • Added a new WpssoAddOn class in lib/abstracts/add-on.php.
    • Added a new SucomAddOn class in lib/abstracts/com/add-on.php.
  • Requires At Least
    • PHP v5.6.
    • WordPress v4.4.
    • WPSSO Core v8.13.0.