jQuery Accordion FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) pages stink; they are ugly and it can be hard to simplify them.  The only way I've seen is condensing the page to just as much information the user needs at once, then providing them with what they need. One way of doing this is hiding the answers until a user clicks a question and then sliding down the answer. I just made a WordPress plugin to create an accordion FAQ for your posts or pages, and it only took a few lines of jQuery. [faq title="Click me to see the script!"]
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jQuery Rating Script

For KenoBarNight I just added a simple rating system mocking that of YouTube and others; a simple "I Like It" or "I Don't Like It". Use whatever verbage you'd like, that is what this script does. The user clicks one of the buttons, and the script POSTs the data to a PHP script which saves a MySQL entry so we can do some math later and find a rating.