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Thread: I think this falls under HTML: FAQ section of a website

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    Default I think this falls under HTML: FAQ section of a website

    Greetings!

    I'm looking for an easy way to add a FAQ section/Q&A section on my website. Do you know any element that'll help me?

    Thanks!


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    Default Re: I think this falls under HTML: FAQ section of a website

    JQueryUI accordian is a good option for FAQ's. Here it is in action on the last website I made

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    Default Re: I think this falls under HTML: FAQ section of a website

    Aside from JQuery, you could try searching for widget at alwaysupport.com
    They have free widgets there. Hope this helps.

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