How to add a Multiple Question Page to your TWiki FAQ...

  • Firstly, add your title to your page.
         ---++This is the title of my Multiple Question Page

  • You then need to add the table of contents to the top of the page. This adds a small list of jump links to the questions on the page. This is added using this simple line:

The table of contents is dynamically generated from the TWiki titles used on the page. It looks like this:


  • Once this is added, you can now add your questions. You must show the question in the form of a TWiki title for it to appear in the Table of contents. This should be done like so:
         ---+++This is the first question which I am putting here

You can use sublevel titles within questions. Eg:

---++++Sublevel Title
These will also appear dynamically in the Table of Contents, if you do not wish this to happen you should put your sublevel titles in bold font. (or some other format to make them appear as a title)

The answer/content of the question literally is typed underneath the title, formatting such as carriage returns are interpreted as you use then (unlike HTML). For example:


  • Just continue to add the Question (title) and answer successively underneath each other and the page will form itself.
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