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Version: 1.7.2

Contribute documents


  • GItHub ID: You'll need a GitHub account first
  • fork repo
    • fork chaosblade-website repo,and git remote add upstream
  • Node.js version >= 12.13.0 or above (which can be checked by running node -v). You can use nvm for managing multiple Node versions on a single machine installed
  • Yarn version >= 1.5 (which can be checked by running yarn --version). Yarn is a performant package manager for JavaScript and replaces the npm client. It is not strictly necessary but highly encouraged.

Clone Website Project

Clone project:

git clone<your-fork-repo>/chaosblade-website.git

Local Development

Installing dependencies.

cd chaosblade-website
yarn install
yarn install v1.22.10
warning ../../package.json: No license field
[1/4] 🔍 Resolving packages...
[2/4] 🚚 Fetching packages...
[3/4] 🔗 Linking dependencies...
warning "@docusaurus/preset-classic > @docusaurus/theme-search-algolia > @docsearch/react@3.0.0-alpha.36" has unmet peer dependency "@types/react@>= 16.8.0 < 18.0.0".
warning "@docusaurus/preset-classic > @docusaurus/theme-search-algolia > @docsearch/react > @algolia/autocomplete-preset-algolia@1.0.0-alpha.44" has unmet peer dependency "@algolia/client-search@^4.5.1".
[4/4] 🔨 Building fresh packages...
✨ Done in 11.02s.


yarn start
yarn run v1.22.10
warning ../../package.json: No license field
$ docusaurus start
Starting the development server...
Docusaurus website is running at: http://localhost:3000/

✔ Client
Compiled successfully in 7.54s

ℹ 「wds」: Project is running at http://localhost:3000/
ℹ 「wds」: webpack output is served from /
ℹ 「wds」: Content not from webpack is served from /Users/saybot/own/chaosblade-website
ℹ 「wds」: 404s will fallback to /index.html

Create a doc

Create a markdown file,, and place it under the docs directory.

chaosblade-website # root directory of chaosblade-website
├── docs
│   └──
├── src
│   └── pages
├── docusaurus.config.js
├── ...

At the top of the file, specify id and title in the front matter, so that Docusaurus will pick them up correctly when generating your site.

id: greeting
title: Hello

## Hello from Docusaurus

Are you ready to create the documentation site for your open source project?

### Headers

will show up on the table of contents on the upper right

So that your users will know what this page is all about without scrolling down or even without reading too much.

### Only h2 and h3 will be in the toc

The headers are well-spaced so that the hierarchy is clear.

- lists will help you
- present the key points
- that you want your users to remember
- and you may nest them
- multiple times

### Custom id headers {#custom-id}

With `{#custom-id}` syntax you can set your own header id.

Once you save the file, the development server will automatically reload the changes. Now open http://localhost:3000/docs/xxx, you will see the new page you just created.

Pull Request

Once the document is updated, it is ready for PR submission.