CodeCanyon WordPress FAQs 137349

CodeCanyon WordPress FAQs 137349

CodeCanyon WordPress FAQs 137349
Items \ Jquery \ Output \ Wordpress \ Group \ Questions \ Folding \ Frequently

Plugin - WordPress FAQs 137349 by ninetydegrees @ CodeCanyon


Last Update: 9 December 12; Software Version: WordPress 3.4, WordPress 3.3, WordPress 3.2, WordPress 3.1, WordPress 3.0; High Resolution: No; Files Included: JavaScript JS, CSS, PHP.

Our FAQs plugin makes it easy to create FAQ sections on your WordPress powered blog. Simply activate, add FAQ items + groups, then display them on a post or page by using a shortcode.


- Create as many FAQ items and groups as you like via familiar UI

- Drag and drop to re-order your FAQ Items

- Utilises WordPress custom post types and taxonomies

- Output your FAQ’s using a simple shortcode

- Choose to enable ‘folding’ – powered by javascript (click to open and close).

- Optional index at the top of each FAQ


- Upload the wp-faq plugin folder to your wp-content/plugins/ directory.

- Activate the plugin from the WordPress admin panel

- Your ready! In the WP admin panel you will now see the ‘FAQ’ section, just below posts.


- Create FAQ Items (just like posts) from the Admin > FAQ Items page – you can even place them in categories (groups) if you want multiple FAQ lists.

- From the FAQ Items admin page you can drag and drop to re-order your items. This order can be used by the shortcode (see below).

- To show the FAQ use our [faq] shortcode in a post or page.

- If you want to show it in the template itself use: echo do_shortcode(‘[faq]’);

Shortcode Instructions

The [faq] shortcode can be inserted into WordPress posts and pages takes the following arguments.

- id (optional) – ID of group to show, found by going to Admin > FAQ Items > FAQ Groups and hovering over a group.

- name (optional) – Name of group to show found by going to Admin > FAQ Items > FAQ Groups.

- slug (optional) – Slug of group to show found by going to Admin > FAQ Items > FAQ Groups.

- folding (optional) – Set to true by default. Set to true to enable jQuery folding up of items, or false to have them all revealed.

- orderby (optional) – title by default. Set to ‘menu_order’ to use the order your FAQ Items are defined (drag and drop to reorder).

- show_index (optional) – true by default. Set to false to hide the index at the top of the faq list.

If you want to show a group of FAQ items you must use either id, name, or slug so the plugin knows what group to show, otherwise it will show all FAQ items.


- [faq name=”Ninety”] – Show FAQ items in the ‘Ninety’ group

- [faq name=”Ninety” orderby=”menu_order”] – Show FAQ items in the ‘Ninety’ group and order them using the drag and drop order.

- [faq show_index=”false”] – Show all FAQ Items without an index.

Additonal Notes / Support

If you find a bug with this plugin please give us full details in the comments section on CodeCanyon. From here we will assist.

However, we will not assist with styling and customisation issues – this is beyond the scope of support and should be performed by a developer/designer.



= 1.1.1 – 08.12.2012 =

- Check if base class exists

= 1.1.0 – 07.12.2012 =

- Full rewrite.

- Fixed ordering bugs.

- Introduced template system to allow overrides of FAQ display.

- Drag and drop FAQ ordering instead of input box based ordering.

= 1.0.1 – 09.02.2011 =

- Potential date bug fixed.

- Added filters to get_the_content().

= 1.0 =

- First Release.

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Keywords: FAQs, faq, folding, frequently asked questions, group items, jquery, output, wordpress.

Tags: Items, Jquery, Wordpress, Group, Output, Asked, Folding

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