Support » Plugin: FAQs Manager » [Plugin: FAQs Manager] Multiple FAQs in one Post

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  • Hi,

    I am trying to figure out how to display the multiple groups fine on one page.
    Can you explain how to install or make the FAQs Manger work as multiple on one page please?

    Thank you.

    Sure, just download the rar-archive at, then replace the inic_faq.php from the plugin with the one from the archive and on the plugins settings page enter the settings I placed in the three txt-files.

    I hope that works for you.


    Yes, it works perfectly. Thank you very much for making the edit! 😉

    The file is gone, any help for this?

    I don’t have time right now but i will reupload the archive later this day in about 2 or 3 hours…


    This is what I have for a customers website, you might have to adjust it but multiple faqs should work in any case.

    For anybody interested in this:
    In the output of the faqs I just simply replaced several html id attributes with classes to avoid conflicts due to equal id attribute values.
    In cases where the id is used by javascript I added the faq id to the id attribute, wich is the actual cause of the disfunctionality.

    I hope this will be committed to the plugin some day.

    Awesome, works as advertised, much thanks!.

    Hi Garret.

    Could you share with me the file containing the various settings?. My email address is: [ redacted, support is offered via the forums and not email ]

    The mktatwp’ file is gone, and I am very interested in getting the adjustments made for him to the code, to make the plugin work perfectly, displaying several groups and questions in one page/post.

    Beforehand, grateful for your valuable contribution!

    Best regards.

    Hi mktatwp,

    Any chance you could upload the file again? The link is broken. Your fix in another thread about getting the accordian working also help me out. I appreciate it.


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