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Slashcode and FAQs

posted by Cliff on 02:30 PM February 11th, 2004   Printer-friendly   Email story
alexmc writes: "I keep on wanting to add lots of FAQ type information to my slash site. Is there a Slashcode compatible FAQ plugin? Should I install FAQ-O-Matic instead? or just use a Wiki? Suggestions wanted folks!" Slash has its own FAQ plugin, included in the CVS distributions, but you might be better off using something else. It would be interesting to note the experiences of those of you using that particular plugin. For those of you not running Slashcode's FAQ code, what have you been using and what have your experiences been dealing with it and its interactions with Slash?
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  • You see, there's this neat thing called "Google". You type terms into it, and it spits back things related to what you typed (hopefully).

    Like, for this instance, I typed in "Slash faq plugin". Here's the results [].

    Neat, eh? Nifty that it found just what you're looking for. And it's open source, too.

    lottadot []
    • Amusingly enough I spent a fair amount of time looking for the Slash::Page plugin and just got loads of pages about slash fiction :-)
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