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5 years 7 months ago #22214 by juergen852

we use iFAQ on our website and embeded it into an article.
We want to set it up like the example in your documentation ( ) but are facing some problems:
- Like in your example we have set up different faq categories and included different syntax lines in the article - separated by headlines. This works well except for the ExpandCollapse-Buttons which only open/close the FAQs of the first category. In your example, all categories open.
- How did you include the table of content above the FAQ-section on your documentation?
- Is there a way to sort the questions within one category? Tried it with the usual options of joomla but it did not work.

Thanks again for your help

Best Regards.

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5 years 7 months ago #22216 by support
Dear juergen852,

In our example there's only a iFAQ -> Categories menu item. It is much easier than using multiple {ifaq} syntax inside an article.

Make sure you have a FAQ parent category containing all children categories. In the link you mentioned we have a Contact Enhanced FAQ category with the following subcategories and articles in each one of them:
Getting Started, Form Fields, Customizing your forms, Menu items, Using plugins and modules and Troubleshooting.

Then go to Menus, your menu item and create a new iFAQ -> Categories menu item, and configure it accordingly to your needs.

In the Menu item under the List layouts tab set Article Order to the order you want.

Table of Contents
Go to Components -> iFAQ, click on the Options button and under the Categories tab set "Show anchors" to Yes.

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