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Easy FAQs with I18n

I stumbled across an interesting way to use I18n recently when modifying a FAQ section on a site. FAQs by their nature tend to be a constantly tweaked part of the site. Having to constantly change copy or add and remove questions can be time consuming. Fortunately the person in charge of the site, while not a developer, is technically savvy and can be trusted to modify YAML. I structured the en.yml file as follows for my own convenience but soon realized another use for it…

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