You can also:
- Create a small plugin to order category listings by title;
- Use categories as FAQ sections;
- Use posts as FAQ questions/answers; and
- Create a category.php template to make the best of the above
> -----Original Message-----
> From: wp-hackers-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> [mailto:wp-hackers-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
> Roy Schestowitz
> Sent: Friday, July 22, 2005 1:43 PM
> To: wp-hackers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] WP as FAQ/ Knowledge Base System
> Quoting Frank Naude:
> > Would it be possible to hack WP into a FAQ/ Knowledge Base
> system, or
> > are there better products to use? This is what I would like to
> > achieve:
> > First page must show a Yahoo-directory of category links. Drilling
> > down must show a Yahoo-directory of subcategories, and a listing of
> > posts in that category.
> > Posts and categories should be listed in logical order -
> > 'book-style'. I guess
> > this can only be achieved by entering a "sort key" to
> control Category/ Post
> > display order.
> > Any ideas/ pointers will be greatly appreciated!
> > Best regards.
> > Frank
> You can manipulate WordPress to do anything you like, though
> the amount of coding and tailoring involved will vary.
> PHP-Nuke has a FAQ module and it its recent versions also
> contain the encyclopaedia module which you can use as a knowledgebase.
> Hope it helps,
> PS - apologies for an answer that is not entirely
> WordPress-friendly, but I am trying to be helpful based on
> /personal/ experience. I am sure somebody else knows the
> plug-ins you can use to make WordPress suitable for the task
> as well.
> Alex King has used WordPress as a CMS several times in the past and
> wrote about
> it. It's worth pursuing his notes on the topic.
> Roy S. Schestowitz
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