The List template displays as per the *default template but the main body text is followed by a list of article headings from any related Features, then the article headings of each of its 'child articles'. So if you have a lot of information about a particular subject, you can use the List template to create a 'contents' page, which will allow your website's users to click on a link, and find the information they need.
A Frequently Asked Question (FAQ) template builds up a list of questions and answers based on the child articles under the FAQ based article.
The Frequently Asked Questions or FAQ template works in a similar way to the *default template, but the main body text is followed by a list of article headings that are the 'child articles'. Each of these are questions that work as hyperlinks to the article heading (question) an article intro text (short answer). Where article body text has been included, a link will provide access to the article in full.
Most templates will display related content on the right-hand side of the page. However, if you have a small amount of text, but a large number of files for download; for instance, transport timetables, large documents, audio or video files, maps etc. you may wish to use the Download template. This template displays any related media below the article body text, making it easy to find and download.