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In this release we have a few features that enable more semantic use cases for v1:
- Enable hiding blog posts in production from the sidebar and the feeds by adding an
unlisted: trueheader option (#1396, thanks @olafurpg)
- Replace apostrophe with empty string in header slugification (#1618, thanks @parthpp)
- Use primary color for highlighted items in table of contents (#1628, thanks @parvezakkas)
And we have a number of fixes including bootstrapped footer social links (#1647), PostCSS warning on
build command (#1664, thanks @ybiquitous), and properly render meta description (#1672). We've also upgraded a lot of dependencies to fix vulnerability issues (#1668).
In case you are not aware, you can check out Docusaurus 2 alpha at https://v2.docusaurus.io. Meanwhile, we're also welcoming PRs for v2 docs in an umbrella issue #1640. Check it out if you're interested in contributing.
Finally, welcoming new users onboard:
- Type Route
- Apify SDK
- moleculerjs-boilerplate and next-boilerplate
And our very first v2 users:
See CHANGELOG.md for more details.
We added a new feature of highlighting the table of contents on the right side as you scroll the docs pages with the great work by @tusharf5. A few bugs affecting local development were also fixed. More notably, the blog's left sidebar will not hide the post titles when
docsSideNavCollapsible is turned on. This is a bugfix/backward-incompatible change depending on how you view it, but probably nobody wanted that collapsing behavior on the blog sidebar in the first place.
We also welcome @wgao19 to the core team! She'll be helping us with Docusaurus 2 work leveraging on her experience writing documentation and CSS!