How to use this Hugo site
DocPort, a professional documentation theme built for Hugo.
It provides a simple navigation, automatic search engine, a high level of configuration and a bunch of shortcodes crafted for documentation (attachment, presentations, child pages, notice, alerts, diagrams…).
DocPort works with a “page tree structure” to organize content : All contents are pages, which belong to other pages. read more about this.
- Search Engine
- Unlimited menu levels, subpages
- Placeholders to inject HTML, CSS, JS in theme without modifying it.
- Responsive, Customizable look and feel, colors
- RevealJS presentation from markdown (embededed or fullscreen page)
- Image resizing, shadow…
- A bunch of shortcodes Mermaid diagram (flowchart, sequence, gantt) Attachments files, Icons, Buttons, Alerts, Panels, Tip/Note/Info/Warning boxes, Expand, List child pages Excerpt ! Include segment of content from one page in another columns, tabs
Contribute to this documentation
Use the “improve this page” button on the right side on each page to edit (in browser) and submit your change. (or git fork and pull request)
This current documentation has been statically generated with Hugo with a simple command :
hugo -t docport – source code is available here at GitHub.
Static + content management
I author this current documentation via Netlify CMS.
Docport theme seamless works with Netlify CMS
Try the improve this page button on the right side of each page