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    Looking for a good FAQ script

    Hello everyone, as the title states, I am looking for a good FAQ script to use on my hosting website.
    I need one that I can easily integrate into my existing website design. It only needs to have the ability to create about 4 catagories, and unlimited topics.
    If any of you could suggest something I would be very greatful!
    Thanks in advance!

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    http://kbpublisher.sourceforge.net/

    Is there a difference between a KB and a FAQ?
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    Jeremy, I installed that KB script last night, it seems to be pretty good, but I don't see how to edit the template to integrate it into my existing website.

    empresasdehosting, Thanks for the link, that seems really nice. I can see paying any amount for a good Billing system, or control panel, but not an FAQ script. It's not really that important, I dont think anyway.

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    The amazing phpmyfaq ...

    Quote Originally Posted by EQWebHost
    Hello everyone, as the title states, I am looking for a good FAQ script to use on my hosting website.
    I need one that I can easily integrate into my existing website design. It only needs to have the ability to create about 4 catagories, and unlimited topics.
    If any of you could suggest something I would be very greatful!
    Thanks in advance!
    Laurent J.V. Dubois
    Your French Business Partner

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    Site5 uses it.

    http://www.site5.com/support/kb/

    Go in the admin area then settings on the right gives a small incite how it works.
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