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JQuery FAQs Example Page

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Left Navigation Info

Navigation menus are done in <ul> and <li> tags.  The HTML code is set up as follows:

<ul>
<li>Menu Item 1</li>
<li>Menu Item 2</li>
</ul>


Left Column Info

Not only can you have your nav in the left (column 1) but you can also add content and images. Please note that anything you put in the left column will show up on ALL of the pages within your site.


Left Column Styles

Class - main_left
Width - 195px
Margin-Right - 15px

jQuery FAQs Snippet

Below is the finished product of the FAQ List Snippet. This is created with something we call a Table Transformation. When you are adding this on your page within the WYSIWYG you will only see a table. Just fill in the table and it will "transform" to the FAQ List you see below. Please visit our self-help page for more information on the FAQ Snippet.

FAQ Example
Why /funnymonkeys? 
We chose the site /funnymonkeys because we figured that there would not be any departments who would want that alias. We also like pictures of funny monkeys.
Were any monkeys harmed while making this site?
No Monkeys were harmed by WKU in the creation of this site. All pictures were randomly found on Google.
Third Question
Answer to Third Question
Fourth Question
Answer to Fourth Question
Five Question
Answer to Five Question
Why /funnymonkeys? 
We chose the site /funnymonkeys because we figured that there would not be any departments who would want that alias. We also like pictures of funny monkeys.
Were any monkeys harmed while making this site?
No Monkeys were harmed by WKU in the creation of this site. All pictures were randomly found on Google.
Third Question
Answer to Third Question
Fourth Question
Answer to Fourth Question
Five Question
Answer to Five Question

 

FAQ Snippet Table Example

Below is the table that created the above FAQ list...

FAQ-ID 1
Why /funnymonkeys?  We chose the site /funnymonkeys because we figured that there would not be any departments who would want that alias. We also like pictures of funny monkeys.
Were any monkeys harmed while making this site? No Monkeys were harmed by WKU in the creation of this site. All pictures were randomly found on Google.
Third Question Answer to Third Question
Fourth Question Answer to Fourth Question
Five Question Answer to Five Question

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 Last Modified 10/5/17