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I am using the FAQ module in drupal7. My website has many pages which should have a FAQ of their own. So adding FAQ from "Add Content" adds and lists all the FAQs in different categories in the "faq-page". For example, I have two applications so i need dedicated faq page for application 1 and 2.

Is this possible using the FAQ module ?

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Yes, the FAQ module provides the ability to have separate categories of FAQ via the taxonomy module as per the project page:

"In addition, if the 'Taxonomy' module is enabled, it is possible to put the questions into different categories when editing. Users will need the 'view faq page' permission to view the built-in 'faq' page and will need the 'administer faq' permission to configure the layout, etc."

To use the individual faq categories, use the urls: faq-page/[tid] - where the [tid] is the term ID of the category you want.

You can also use views to make additional faq pages for specific categories if you like.

  • how can i make additional faq pages ? I have made categories in which i classify questions of a particular topic. But they all show up in the "faq-page". – Dan Apr 22 '13 at 12:26
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    Just updated my answer. The url is faq-page/[tid] where [tid] is the term id of the category you want to view. – rooby Apr 22 '13 at 12:35
  • I am using the collapsible Q&A. If i have to link to another answer in one answer then how can i do that? For example i write in answer 2.4 to refer to answer 1.2, then how can i do that? any ideas? – Dan Apr 22 '13 at 14:17
  • (hope this makes sense) If you hover over the link for the answer you want to link to it should be a url with a hash and then some more text after the hash. This is the link to that answer. If you create another link the same it should work. – rooby Apr 22 '13 at 14:17
  • edited my previous answer – Dan Apr 22 '13 at 14:21

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