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  • Sure, here is the default plugin:

    <form class='mp-form' method='post' action=''>
    				<input type='hidden' name='action' 	value='add_user_fo' />
    				<input type='hidden' name='id' 	value='_MP_mailpress-3' />
    				<div id="feature_mailpress_email_input"><input type='text'   name='email'  	value="Enter your email to receive occasional updates..." class='MailPressFormEmail' size='25' onfocus="if(this.value=='Enter your email to receive occasional updates...') this.value='';" onblur="if(this.value=='') this.value='Enter your email to receive occasional updates...';" /></div>
    				<div id="feature_mailpress_submit_input"><input class='MailPressFormSubmit mp_submit' type='submit' name='MailPress_submit' value="Subscribe" /></div>

    I’ve found that FAQ-Tastic does all of the above. It allows you to group your questions and display them by category with shortcode or automatically on their own pages (for huge databases). It allows users to submit new questions and rate existing ones. It allows you to place code in your answers and fully customize the CSS. It allows you to shift the order of your answers as you wish, etc.

    To have the questions open up with AJAX, you can use the following adon:

    While I’m not going to completely defend this plugin, I will say that its possible to insert one category at a time, which lets you format it however you’d like and even use different categories throughout the site. A (+/-) feature would be appreciated.

    The thing that makes this most unusable is the inability to insert code like links and blockquotes.

    Make sure that this code is in your header.php file before </head>

    <?php wp_head(); ?>

    And this file is in your footer.php file

    <?php wp_footer(); ?>

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