Tigre Danky
asked 7 years ago

I’m building an online course. Each course has 13 units. The topics for each unit are particular and I’d like questions/answers related to that topic to be shown in its particular course page.

I know I can embed the question shortcode, but is there a method of separating questions per page? Or something like that?

3 Answers
Guru
answered 7 years ago

From what I know, the simplest and easiest way would be to use categories/tags as the separation factor. On each page you can put a link to the category/tag only to display only the questions related to that category/tag such as this link will only show you questions related to the DWQA: 
http://cmspioneer.com/designwall/question-tag/dw-question-answer/
Hope this helps.

Tigre Danky
replied 7 years ago

Great! Know how “Products” on that link you posted is working? Is that a custom post type category or is it using the tag function? Thanks!

Guru
replied 7 years ago

You can create categories in the admin settings for the DWQA plugin. Same with tags, but tags can also be created when posting questions.

I would prefer categories, as they are more logical dividers.

danielnolan
replied 5 years ago

This is exactly what I want to do but where is the answer? How do I have a list of quesions from a particular category on a particular page?

DominicStaff
answered 7 years ago

Hello Tigre !
Any update on your issue? Let me know if you need more help.
Regards,

danielnolan
replied 5 years ago

This is exactly what I want to do but where is the answer? How do I have a list of quesions from a particular category on a particular page?

Allen
answered 5 years ago

@Daniel Nolan : When you set up DW Q&A then create a question in an category , you already have it’s category page by click to the category in that question.A Tricky way to resolve your problem is create a page with custom link to that category page. Like this : ![dwqa_category](http://imgur.com/Bc8lyIf "dwqa_category").
If you feel not comfortable with the filter by category , you can try to remove it by some css code, i think.

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