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*  Title: Animus FAQGen
*  Version: 1.0 
*  Author: Jon Cohen
*  Website: http://www.animusprogramming.com
*  Copyright 2010 Jon Cohen. All Rights Reserved.
*  This script may be used and modified free of charge by anyone
*  provided all copyright notices and links back to animusprogramming.com 
*  remain intact.   By using this code you agree to indemnify 
*  Jon Cohen from any liability that might arise from it's use.
*  Selling the code for this program, in part or full, without prior
*  written consent is expressly forbidden.
*  Removing any of the links back to my site is sleazy, and you should feel
*  bad about doing that (I did write this program and give it to you for free, 
*  and all.)  Besides, you can always buy the professional version at 
*  http://www.animusprogramming.com/pro/ which has more functionality
*  and does not link back to my site.  Leaving the links in or paying for the 
*  script helps pay my bills, ensuring that I won't starve to death -- which 
*  means more free scripts down the road.

Hi there!  These are the instructions for installing the script.  They should be
fairly simple, but if you have difficulty just let me know.  You can always find
the link for support for this script at http://www.animusprogramming.com/faqgen

The first step is to determine where the script is going to live.  Really the only
consideration you need to have here is that the script will need to make and
use a directory by the name afaq and that directory will have to be in the same 
directory that the script is in.  In  other words, if you plan to put the script in 
/htdocs/somedir, the script will need to create a directory at 
/htdocs/somedir/afaq/ .  Make sure that you do not already have a directory 
named afaq in the same place that you intend to install the  script, and if you do, 
just install it somewhere else.

Now that you've chosen where the script will live, upload it.  If your software asks 
you to choose between ASCII and binary (fairly rare these days), select ASCII.  

Congratulations, it's just that easy.  Your script is now installed.

The next step is to configure it.  Open up your web browser of choice, and type
the URL of the script into the address bar.  You should get a screen asking for a
password.  The password is "password" (without quotes).  Enter it, and you're in!

The first thing that you should probably do is change the password ("password"
may be just a little too easy to guess).  To do that, scroll down to the bottom of 
your admin page and use the Change Password tool.

The next step is the basic settings, which you can find immediately above the 
form on the administrative page that you used to set the password.  This is all
plain english, simply enter what the script is asking you for and then click 
"Change Them!"

If you have any HTML that you put at the top or bottom of your web pages, copy
it into the header and footer sections of the script.

Finally, add some topics.  If you only need one FAQ on your site, I would suggest 
adding a single topic and naming it whatever your web site's name is.

Congratulations, you're done!  You'll see a URL at the top of the administration page
for your FAQ, simply link to it and wait for the questions to roll in.  When you get
them, you'll come back to your administration page to answer them.
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