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A multilingual, completely database-driven FAQ-system.
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phpMyFAQ is a multilingual, completely database-driven FAQ-system based on PHP and MySQL. phpMyFAQ also offers a Content Management-System with a WYSIWYG editor and an image manager, flexible multi-user support, a news-system, user-tracking, language modules, templates, extensive XML-support, PDF-support, a backup-system and an easy to use installation script. Supported languages are currently Arabic, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Slovenian, Spanish and Vietnamese.

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13th January 2003
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29th June 2010

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Average User Rating: 4.3/5
Impressive script but still full of bugs.
Reviewed byAnonymousonThu, 16th March 2017
Rating 1 - Poor
Impressive script, long time on the market, but unfortunately still full of bugs. For me it seems the author is not really interested to spend some time in resolving some of the already old bugs.
Impossible to move category as you want verified
Reviewed byPhpMyFaq disappointed useronSun, 22nd September 2013
Rating 1 - Poor
At first glance : easy installation, looks good, simple admin. Then, problems start : move category or cut and paste category prevent you to modify your category tree as you want. I lost 2 categories this way. Time lost, no way I could use it safely.
Complicated to modify, author support rather sparse
Reviewed byDave VonThu, 30th August 2012
Rating 2 - Fair
At first glance, it looks good... until you try to modify it. Seven years since the last review and nothing much has changed. Yes, it's a template based system. Are other templates available? No. Something as simple as a company logo? No. Be prepared to be/hire a web programmer to wade through the code to make even the most basic of changes.
Reviewed byAnonymousonThu, 20th January 2005
Rating 3 - Average
On a first glance, I am impressed with the script. Functionally it does (most) everything what such script should do. But, I am afraid, that there is rather non-tecnical issue here. Although the script's appearance depends on a 'template' design, potential user is forced to dive into the script so deep, that it really becomes the question of take-it/make-it, if he wish to have not-so-very-canned appearance. I realize (though), that it is easy to blab, when outhere is somebody doing all the work for you (at no cost). But at the same time it is also true - if I were somekind of programer - I'd be able to do it myself, or - I'd be able to adapt it myself to my needs. Since I am poor at being creative at any sort of graphical design, plus since I am a poor excuse of a programmer, I am it giving lower rating than it deserves if looking exclusively through what the progam does.
Buggy and difficult to customizable
Reviewed byAnonymousonFri, 15th October 2004
Rating 5 - Excellent
I have used phpmyFAQ for some time and even upgraded to new version. All the time I had problems with this software - it was buggy, almost not customizable to suit my design and difficult to manage. When question was had been posted I had to answer it and then even delete the former posting as it would be always in New questions thread. I have never used XML and PDF export and even if it could be handy I doubt it's widely used.
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