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WPExplorer
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I’ve just started using the FAQs feature heavily in my items as it’s really cool.

I do think it would be nice though if they were numbered so you can easily tell someone “check out FAQ #24” instead of them having to browse the whole item’s FAQs page.

That’s my 2cents for today.

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iamthwee
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Sorry to sound dumb… But couldn’t you just add a 1) before it?

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WebsiteSmash
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You could add the numbers yourself but then if you delete an entry because its no longer relevant or correct you would have to redo all the entries that are after it to keep the order correct.

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LucidStudios
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And there should be an edit option too otherwise with each update you have to delete previous entry(s) and create new ones.

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sevenspark
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And there should be an edit option too otherwise with each update you have to delete previous entry(s) and create new ones.

+1, this is why I don’t use them. Not worth the hassle in the long run.

In addition to numbering them, giving each one a unique ID would be great, so you could just like to them directly with hashes. #faq1

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iamthwee
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I guess that’s why most author’s tend to ship the FAQ with the theme documentation. Or present it on their landing page?

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