Knowledgebases, wikis, and FAQs are ideal methods of sharing useful information with your customers, users, peers, or staff members, and I’ve found a number of WordPress themes and plugins to help you easily create a database people can use to find the answers to their questions.
Many of these themes are designed for people who want to create a WordPress site dedicated solely to sharing information, while a lot of the plugins are made for users who want to add a knowledgebase, wiki, or FAQ section to their existing website or blog. Whether you want to create a standalone wiki, knowledgebase, or FAQ site, or you simply need to add a compilation of questions and answers to your website or blog, one of these WordPress themes or plugins should meet your requirements.
This WordPress knowledgebase theme includes five different colour schemes for you to choose from, and it allows users to comment on articles, providing you with the feedback you need to improve your answers.
This knowledgebase WordPress template has lots of cool features, including a responsive design, a working contact form, unlimited colour options, shortcodes, sidebar widgets, and more.
This WordPress wiki theme comes with a table of contents generator, several colour options for you to choose from, auto-complete search facilities, and much more.
This wiki WordPress theme offers a responsive layout, SEO-friendly code, a colour picker, video post format support, 4 custom widgets, an animated multilevel menu, and more.
This knowledgebase WordPress theme includes 5 colour schemes for you to choose from, an article view counter, custom widgets, an Ajax rating system, a widgetized homepage, cross-browser compatibility, and more.
This knowledgebase WordPress theme comes with shortcodes, easy customisation, a ‘like this’ feature, a live search facility, an intuitive control panel, and more.
This free WordPress plugin is designed to make it easy for you to add FAQs/a knowledgebase to your website using shortcodes. Q & A FAQ and Knowledge Base offers lots of useful features, including customisable jQuery animations to display and hide answers, SEO-friendly code, and fully integrated search.
WP Super FAQ is a lightweight plugin for adding frequently asked questions to your WordPress site. This free WordPress plugin is very easy to use, it includes a simple jQuery animation to show answers, and it uses shortcodes to display your FAQs.
With this free WordPress plugin, you can turn your site into a wiki or simply add a wiki to pages on your blog. Wiki enables your site’s administrators to easily create and edit entries from the frontend or admin dashboard, allowing you and your administrators to build and manage a helpful resource for your site’s visitors.
Arconix FAQ, a free plugin for WordPress, uses custom post types to help people add frequently asked questions to their sites. This FAQ WordPress plugin uses shortcodes to display questions and answers, and it features a jQuery toggle box for showing and hiding answers. Plus, you can tag individual FAQs when creating them, allowing you to display frequently asked questions in groups on your site.