Combines the ease of Markdown/Showdown syntax with Bootstrap's scrollspy. Result: beautiful page(s) of documentation with an automatically generated hierarchical jump-to menu.
Modify this page as you see fit, just don't touch the scripts... MMMKAY?
convert it all to a nice rich html. If you don't prefer to use markdown, HTML is welcome
too. See below for example.
Side menu is automatic!
500 millisecods after the page has loaded, a side menu is created with
scrollspy bootstrap functionalities. The contents of the menu are generated automatically
from the H1-H5 tags found on the entire page. So use your headings with care.
Oh, one more thing. Showdown.js generates the ids for you H1-H5 tags so please make
sure all your headings are unique. mmmKAY?
To change the 500 millisecond delay you can modify the
index.html, line 35 (or somewhere around there, it's a small file,
find it yourselves!)
<div class="bs-sidebar hidden-print affix" role="complementary" auto-menu-affix auto-menu-affix-delay="500" content-div="#docs-content"> <ul class="nav bs-sidenav"> </ul> </div>
By the way, look at how slickly the code is rendered eh? eh? EH?