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Frequently Asked Questions

To add a new FAQ follow these steps:

  1. Click “Manage FAQs” button
  2. From your site’s dashboard you can add, edit and manage all your questions and answers
  3. Each question and answer should be added to a category
  4. Save and publish.


Yes. To add media follow these steps:

  1. Enter the app’s Settings
  2. Click on the “Manage FAQs” button
  3. Select the question you would like to add media to
  4. When editing your answer click on the camera, video, or GIF icon
  5. Add media from your library.

You can edit the title from the Settings tab in the app.

If you don’t want to display the title, simply disable the Title under “Info to Display”.

This drawing shows a vertical cut through a building. The purpose of these drawings are to show graphically the main volumes and material components of the building.

An FAQ section can be used to quickly answer common questions about you or your business, such as “Where do you ship to?”, “What are your opening hours?” or “How can I book a service?”

It’s a great way to help people navigate your site and can even boost your site’s SEO.

This type of architect drawings are more detailed than a floor plan, they can incorporate structural information, thermal insulation calculations and all details which give proof of compliance with building regulations.

The design and access statement is a short report used to accompany and support a planning application, they are used by both commercial & residential architects. A design and access statement can explain how relevant local plan policies have been taken into account, any access issues

Title plans are created to support the property description in the register by providing a graphic representation & identifying the general extent of the land in a registered title.

Lease plans are an accurate drawing which identifies a leasehold demise within a property. For the sale of your property you may be required to have a Lease Plan.

A lease plan is a scaled drawing that identifies the demise of a leasehold property. It will also include any communal areas and rights of way.