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fixed some readme issues

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@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@ etc. So in theory you should be able to drop it on your Python path and get
going pretty easy. I noted where appropriate some of the details. Search for
'#NOTE' to see where I left those tidbits of info that provide some more
details within the code.
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Djangop-FAQ v.1.2
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@@ -39,9 +39,6 @@ Installation
custom 'template_name' arguments by creating your own view wrappers around
the 'faq' app views. I show how to do the latter in the 'example' project
included - look at the views.py file to see the details.
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-2. add 'faq' to your INSTALLED_APPS in your settings.py file.
-3. If you want to customize the templates then either create an 'faq' directory in your projects templates location, or you can also pass along custom 'template_name' arguments by creating your own view wrappers around the 'faq' app views.
Example Site
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@@ -50,7 +47,7 @@ I included an example site in the /example directory. You should be able to
simply execute './manage.py syncdb' and then './manage.py runserver' and have
the example site up and running. I assume your system has sqlite3 available -
it is set as the default database with the DATABASE_NAME = 'faq.db'
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There is a stand-alone example site in the projects/example directory. to try it out:
1. Install django-faq as per the Installation section above.

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