DocuPress

Description

With DocuPress, you can easily create your own online help documents directly on your WordPress site.

Separate your documentation into collections, making it easy to give users the ability to browse only the content they’re looking for.

DocuPress also comes with a custom widget that lets you display your recent documentation articles, randomize the output order and also choose which collection you’d like to display, making it easy to have widgets display recent article links for each collection type.

Screenshots

  • DocuPress adds a "Documentation" tab to your admin dashboard
  • Here is the DocuPress widget, available via Appearance - Widgets

Installation

  1. Go to Plugins - Add New in your WordPress admin panel and search for “DocuPress”
  2. Install and activate the plugin directly in your admin panel
  3. Pat yourself on the back for a job well done 🙂

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Go to Plugins - Add New in your WordPress admin panel and search for “DocuPress”
  2. Install and activate the plugin directly in your admin panel
  3. Pat yourself on the back for a job well done 🙂

Reviews

Looks good, nice and simple in use

Simple to use with a nice looking interface that blends in with the standard WordPress dashboard.

It would be nice if, in future, some extra features, specific for documentation, could be added. For example, an automatically generated index based upon content headings.

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Contributors & Developers

“DocuPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Interested in development?

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Changelog

1.1.0

  • Removed comment capabilities
  • Updated call constructor method for the DocuPress widget
  • Updated get_bloginfo() instance to URL instead of HOME
  • Added global $post; and wp_reset_postdata(); to the widget query

1.0

  • Initial release