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All notable changes to this project will be documented in this file.
#661: Maintainers can now add custom text after the content. This is useful for projects requiring a license notice on every documentation page.
#624: Label roles are now hidden on the right sidebar.
#555: Now the multiversion extension is mantained on this repository.
[#556]: Removed the
_utils/deploy.sh script. Now the logic to deploy the docs is in the GitHub Actions workflow.
#525: When a user clicks on Create an issue button, the issue is now created with the prefix
docs: and the label
#531: Adds instructions to trigger pull requests previews with Amplify only when there are updates within the
We added a quickstart guide to create your first documentation page, list it in the table of contents, and preview the site locally.
#551: Adds an option to hide the multiversion selector for projects for projects that only build one version.
#509: We redesigned the home page search box to make it more visible.
#515: Before, redirects were part of the theme. This means that, for every version, the same redirects were being created, giving us little control if we wanted to redirect a page from the previous version to a different URL. Now, we are using a separate third-party package to create redirections. Also, instead of creating the same redirections for each version, we generate them at the end once the docs are built. This allows us to have better control of the redirects per version.
#533: We improved the build time of docs previews by 80%.
#536: The multiversion version dropdown is now always displayed, even if there is only one version.
#447: We’ve replaced Netlify for AWS Amplify to automatically build pull requests previews for docs.
#406: Pages built with the
make html builder were displaying an incorrect canonical URL.
#422: The theme generates a
sitemap.xml by default.
IMPORTANT: For more information on how to update, see Migrating from 1.1 to 1.2.
#379: We’ve added Netlify support to automatically build pull requests previews for docs. This feature is in beta for a reduced number of projects.
#390: Once a week, a GitHub Action finds for broken links in Markdown and restructuredText files. If there are broken links, the action will create a new issue in the same repository with the links that have to be fixed.
#401: We’ve added new warning messages when previewing a non-stable version of the documentation.
#402: Now, you can create landing pages with sidebars.
#402: The theme includes a GitHub Action that runs the theme tests automatically when some of the theme files are edited.
#361: Tables were redesigned to make them more readable.
#371: We’ve moved the contribute buttons to the right sidebar.
#372: The substitutions extension is now installed as a third-party dependency.
#403: The theme does not show the multiversion dropdown in the sidebar if there is only one item.
#404: Now, topic box images are hidden in responsive view.
#410: We’ve improved the search component load time.
#357: The copy button displayed an empty circle on hover.
#362: The zoom option for images was only working with SVG images. Now, this feature is compatible with other formats such as PNG and JPG.
#382: When the top bar was closed, it continued appearing for milliseconds when the page was refreshed.
#389: We’ve increased the breadcrumbs spacing.
#406: Various pages shared the same canonical URL. Now, we point to the URL of the latest stable version of the document.
#344: Fixes the error
TypeError: 'CQLLexer' object is not callable.
IMPORTANT: For more information on how to update, see Migrating from 1.0 to 1.1.
#206: We’ve updated jQuery dependency to 3.6.0.
#246: The contribute button is more noticeable.
#247: The sidebar’s dropdown icons sport a new design.
#245: The panel box component sports a new design.
#252: We’ve reviewed the warning that appears when the user is not reading the latest stable version of the documentation. Now, the warning also considers branches that are still under active development.
#259: The sidebar’s scrollbar is now thinner and in line with the new design.
#214: Breadcrumbs links to internal pages were not working.
IMPORTANT: For more information on how to update, see Migrating from 0.x to 1.0.
#201: We’ve made a number of updates to the look and feel of the theme to improve the overall user experience.
#201: We run hooks on every commit to automatically point out linting issues.
#194: FontAwesome 5.0 backwards compatibility.
#180: Now projects can configure promotional banners.
#179: Troubleshooting guides for multiversion.
#173: Dropdown for Contributors with the options to “Report an Issue” and “Learn How to Contribute”.
#170: Option to hide versions from the multiversion dropdown.
#174: Shared substitutions for all projects.
#171: Branches name were rendered in ASC order.
#173: Report an issue button from footer.
#152: Top-bar for ScyllaDB University live.
#153: Create intermediate directories for redirections.
smv_rename_latest_version setting in
conf.py overrides the latest version output directory.
make multiversionpreview was not redirecting automatically to the latest version.
#111: Show a warning if the latest version is not stable.
#98: Show Sphinx & Theme version in the footer.
#100: Show the multiversion label when there is only one version.
#103: Report button does not break when the page title has inlines.
#84: Banner for ScyllaDB Summit.
#83: Copyright year in the footer is now updated automatically.
#78: Show a warning when the user is not reading not reading the latest version.
#64: The 404 page sports a new design.
#69: Redirections on multiversion builds were not working
#68: PIPX dependency.
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