ASP FAQ Category Separation
The ASP FAQ Accordion widget features the ability to divide your questions into separate categories for a better navigation experience. Furthermore, you can also use Emojis in those categories!
You can add more long-tail keywords through the FAQ Accordion widget, and thus boost your search engine rankings of your ASP event website.
With FAQs on your ASP event website, you can improve your users’ experience by allowing them to access answers to common questions quickly and easily without the need to spend time waiting for answers.
The FAQ Accordion widget removes the need to wait for answers by providing all the information needed to make a quick decision.
We value our customers and offer top-notch support and quick reply times. You won’t be left hanging with a problem on your hands, we promise.
Our widgets come with a simple-to-use, intuitive editor that enables you to drag and drop elements within the widgets and edit them with absolute ease.
We add user analytics to each app so you can get valuable insights including the number of installations, impressions, views, engagement metrics and more!
Our widgets are fully customizable and offer a wide variety of design options for you to choose from. Fonts, colors, shapes, sizes and more — change any design element to fit your needs.
We value your privacy and rights over personal data. To that end, all our widgets are GDPR and CCPA compliant to protect your privacy. You can learn more about our
Our servers, code and API are constantly audited to make sure that our widgets are secure. We also reinforce this by creating widgets of high quality and by trusted developers.
Our widgets are fully responsive and will work on any device. In a mobile-first world, this feature gives you a strong advantage over competitors.
We constantly work to improve our widgets and add new features and capabilities to them so that you can have everything you need at your fingertips.
Our widgets require absolutely no coding knowledge. Edit the app to your liking, copy its HTML code, and paste it where needed. That’s it.