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    Effortlessly build you FAQ and knowledge database. This amazing program is search engine friendly, allows you to create multiple categories, sort categories and questions in any order and you can use your own templates, even if they use SSI. Comes with Admin control panel, extensive documentation and many more features.

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    Build a FAQ, Tue Mar 11 2003
    2 of 63 people found the following review helpful:


    Reviewed By: stormhealerdesigns

    This FAQ builder, I found easy to use. Since I've never used any part of cgi before, I found that it was almost a point a click builder. And I appreciated that.


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    Build A FAQ, Mon Feb 17 2003
    0 of 146 people found the following review helpful:


    Reviewed By: good2cu
    Peter Murrell

    Good script, fairly customisable, excellent fast support from the originators.


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