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    Points: 10

    Dear Sirs,
    Thank you for the fine plugin.
    I haven’t yet published my faq (a part of a patient information site for amyloidosis), as it is in draft mode.
    This is what I have so far:

    [duo_faq category=”26″ title=”Amyloidosis”]
    [duo_faq category=”27″ title=”Symptoms”]
    [duo_faq category=”28″ title=”The National Amyloidosis Centre”]
    [duo_faq category=”29″ title=”Help for the patient”]
    [duo_faq category=”30″ title=” AL amyloidosis”]
    [duo_faq category=”31″ title=” Living with AL amyloidosis”]
    [duo_faq category=”32″ title=” Lifestyle advice”]
    [duo_faq category=”33″ title=”ATTR amyloidosis”]
    [duo_faq category=”34″ title=”Familial Amyloid Polyneuropathy (FAP)”]
    [duo_faq category=”35″ title=”Familial Amyloid Cardiomyopathy (FAC)”]
    [duo_faq category=”36″ title=”Wild-type ATTR amyloidosis (senile systemic amyloidosis or SSA)”]

    Functionally, this is working as desired.
    However, it is giving a rather long page, see attachment.
    Most patients will be interested in one or two categories, none will be interested in all.

    Is there a way to display the FAQ page with a further collapse?
    Instead of displaying all of the questions for each category, display only the categories in a collapsed style, and expand the category to display the questions only when clicked on.

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    Points: 199

    Hello Ariel

    Are you showing all categories in one page? If yes, then you can use [duo_faq] shortcode.

    Or to show multiple categories, maybe try this:

    [duo_faq category="1,2,3,4,5,6"]

    This will enable animated navigation in the FAQ page. Let us know if that works.

    – Sushi


    Points: 10

    Hi Sushi,
    Thanks for the prompt reply.
    I would say that the solution only kind of works.
    See the uploaded file (clipboard02).
    This is a far cry from the elegance of the the separate listings (clipboard03).

    BTW, I really mean elegance. The FAQ displays beautifully. The screencap is using the “sunny” theme, everything about looks great (other than multi-level collapsing!)


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