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Adding FAQ Modules to a Navigation Tree

This article will explain how to add an FAQ Module to a navigation tree. You will have the ability to create links in the tree to the entire faq, categories, or specific questions. Start by navigating to the navigation tree you would like to use within your CMS administrator. This article assumes you have already created an FAQ with categories and questions. Within your tree manager, there will be a list of available modules to add to the tree on the right side. It will look something like below:

In our case the "How Do I..." module is an FAQ. Click on this and a dialog will appear to add the FAQ to our tree. In this case, we would like to display the entire FAQ, so leave the "Specific Question or Category" dropdown alone. Click "Add' to add this FAQ to the tree.

We now have the FAQ added to the navigation tree. It will be viewable by the public.

Now let us say this tree is the main navigation of your site and you would really like to exemplify the REALLY frequently asked questions. Assume all the questions in your "Assessing Department" are really popular. We would like to add this question underneath the "How do I..." link we just added to catch the visitor's eye. Click on the same "How do I.." module we did to add the first link. We will select "Assessing Department" for the "Specific Question or Category" and "How Do I...." as the parent page. Notice the title of the link will change to "Assessing Department". This may be changed as needed, for example, "Assessing Dept. FAQ".

We can also add specific questions to a navigation. This is done in the same way as adding a category except a question is selected rather than a category. Questions will be indented under their categories within the dropdown.

Now that we have added a few popular categories and questions, your navigation tree will look something like like below: