FAQ-Tastic for WordPress 2.7 Patch


Are you trying to get FAQ-Tastic v1.07 to work on WordPress 2.7, what a drama.!

Here is the solution.

Step 1. Download the most recent version of FAQ-Tastic Lite v1.07

Signup on the form at the bottom of this page to get the download (credit were credit is due – at least support them with your email address)

Step 2. Download my FAQ-Tastic v1.07 WordPress 2.7 Patch file.

Step 3. Upload all the original FAQ-Tastic Lite files to your WordPress plugins directory.

Step 4. Before you activate the FAQ-Tastic plugin, make sure to upload all the patch files straight into the the faq-tastic plugin sub directory overwriting the original files that you just uploaded.

Step 5. Go to your Plugins area in the admin of WordPress and you should see a plugin with v1.07 Patched for WP2.7 that you can activate.

(Why didn’t I just include the whole FAQ-Tastic Lite ZIP – because that’s for the developer to do not me. I’ve just made your life easier by supplying you with the patch. Make sure to download the original FAQ-Tastic Lite v1.07 from the site I listed above)

Thanks go to Copernicus who explained the problem. I just implemented it and thought I’d share. Enjoy.

Drop me a comment if you found it helpful.

Aaron


4 Comments On “FAQ-Tastic for WordPress 2.7 Patch”


#1 ipunk on on September 17, 2009 at 2:46 am

Anyone using this plugin? I wanna see how it looks like in actual websites. thanks


#2 Aaron on on September 17, 2009 at 7:13 am

Yes many are, it’s a good plugin.

Here’s one of my sites as an example.

http://backup-smart.com/faqs

The author of the plugin has released a new version which is compliant with 2.8.x now.

So you only need this patch for v1.07 on WordPress 2.7

Aaron


#3 Dave on on September 19, 2009 at 5:47 am

Aaron,
As a follow up, I am using 2.8x of WP and the newest
version of FAQ-tastic.

Unfortunately, the FAQ I created will not publish on the page. What I get is the code:

[faq summary rlcfaq] – where rlcfaq is the name of the question group.

Any ideas at all on what I can do???

Anyone else who can chime it, much appreciated!

Thanks,
Dave


#4 Aaron on on September 19, 2009 at 7:06 am

@Dave, I’m sure you’ve tried to contact the author of the plugin. Not having moved to the new FAQ tastic yet, I couldn’t help you.

Aaron



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