WebberZone Knowledge Base

The easiest way to create a knowledge base or FAQ section on your WordPress blog

Knowledgebase WordPress plugin

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Features overview

Quick install

Search for Knowledgebase in your Plugins » Add New screen and hit Install Now to install the plugin.

Installing Knowledgebase

Head over to the dedicated menu and start composing the articles of your FAQ section.

Knowledgebase Menu

A fully responsive layout

The default style is a 2-column layout based on the Responsive Grid system with some WebberZone magic thrown in to make it look beautiful on your desktop, tablet or mobile.

Knowledgebase Default Layout


The included search form allows your visitors to search the knowledgebase articles. It’s automatically included in the inbuilt templates and will soon be available as a shortcode.

Knowledgebase Search Form

And, there’s more…

Unlimited levels, shortcodes, customisable page templates and WordPress multisite support

Unlimited knowledgebase levels

Knowlededgebase Categories

Knowledgebase uses custom taxonomy called KB Category to organise the articles. This is similar to your regular post category. The only difference is that for the plugin, each KB Category is treated as a standalone mini-knowledgebase. WordPress supports an unlimited level of categories and so does our plugin! The screenshot above illustrates two main knowledgebases for Contextual Related Posts and Top 10 and these, in turn, have separate nested categories.

Powerful shortcodes

Knowledgebase Shortcode

Use [[knowledgebase]] to display the top-level KB or pass the KB Category ID to display a specific category.

Page templates

Knowledgebase Templates

The plugin includes default templates to display the article and category archives as well as the search results. You can easily override one or more of them by creating your own templates in your theme’s folder

Full Multisite support

Multisite support

To Network activate or not? We’ll let you decide. And it works on your single-site installation of WordPress as well.

Are you ready to take your documentation site to the next level?