Docusaurus was designed from the ground up to be easily installed and used to get your website up and running quickly. To install Docusaurus, we have created an easy script that will get all of the infrastructure setup for you:
While we recommend Node 8.x or greater, your Node version must at least 6.x.
Go into the root of your GitHub repo directory where you will be creating the docs.
If you don't have Node 8.2+ or if you prefer to install Docusaurus globally, run
yarn global add docusaurus-initor
npm install --global docusaurus-init. After that, run
After Docusaurus is installed, moving forward, you can check your current version of Docusaurus by going into the
websitedirectory and typing
yarn outdated docusaurusor
npm outdated docusaurus. You can update to the latest version of Docusaurus by typing
yarn upgrade docusaurus --latestor
npm update docusaurus.
Along with previously existing files and directories, your root directory will now contain a structure similar to:
root-of-repo ├── docs-examples-from-docusaurus │ └── doc1.md │ └── doc2.md │ └── doc3.md │ └── exampledoc4.md │ └── exampledoc5.md └── website │ └── blog-examples-from-docusaurus │ └── 2016-03-11-blog-post.md │ └── 2017-04-10-blog-post-two.md │ └── core │ └── Footer.js │ └── node_modules │ └── package.json │ └── pages │ └── sidebars.json │ └── siteConfig.js │ └── static
Running the Docusaurus initialization script,
docusaurus-init, produces a runnable, example website to base your site upon.
- In your root, rename
- Run the local webserver via
- Load the example site at http://localhost:3000. You should see the example site loaded in your web browser.