[thelist] FAQ Questions

Norman Bunn norman.bunn at craftedsolutions.com
Wed Apr 19 12:23:38 CDT 2006

I really like your solution so far.  The only change I might add is some 
way of categorizing the FAQs so I don't have to read the entire list, 
especially as you add entries.

An alternative for "the suit"  is to let the user decide by putting both 
types on the site and a link on the accordion page to "classic faq 
format" or something similar.



Norman W. Bunn
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Jay Blanchard wrote:

>Last week I asked for a site check in which one poster did a fine job of
>explaining why FAQ's as most do them, are bad. I made some changes and
>came up with what I thought was an elegant solution, using scriptaculous
>and an accordion effect;
>(pockettest, pockettest)
>Now I have a 'suit' wanting to change this to the more standard up and
>down the page thing. Thus far I have refused and sent him the e-mail
>with the FAQ rant in it. Can anyone give me more ammo on this?

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