Docs navigation #1156
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This PR adds a ribbon that links to the github repo and adds a link to marked icon back to the README.md
In most cases, this should be a different person than the contributor.
@UziTech: I was wondering if a SPA would be the desired approach or not. Namely because of the double-anchor problem. /# (makes it a SPA) /#something#inline (becomes a different problem to solve).
One way to do it would be to use multiple index.html file within directories. Or, use something like VueJS or Angular.
That alternative make my UX brain hiccup a bit...to computer, not enough human, if that makes sense. Same issues with
A router that doesn't break that back and forward buttons, while also allowing for inline anchors.
Still thinking the cheapest and easiest would be multiple index.html files:
Just clean and simple human readable urls. Only drawback is that there would be some duplication of code...but I don't think it's that big of a deal for such a small static site.
Interesting. Could we use Jekyll (native GitHub Pages). Given our current focus - we could use the marked site to showcase some of our personal projects...touching on the professional growth itch.
Definitely thinking starting a separate repo would be good as well. I don't mind reimagining the wheel so long as it helps us grow professionally in an environment that's not mission critical to us eating. :)