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Version: 2.0.0-beta.21

Introdução à documentação

O recurso docs fornece aos usuários uma maneira de organizar arquivos Markdown em um formato hierárquico.

info

Verifique a documentação de referência da API do plug-in do Docs para obter uma lista completa de opções.

ID do documento

Cada documento tem um id único. Por padrão, um id de documento é o nome do documento (sem a extensão) em relação ao diretório de documentos de raiz.

Por exemplo, greeting.md id é greeting e guide/hello.md id é guide/hello.

website # Root directory of your site
└── docs
├── greeting.md
└── guide
└── hello.md

However, the last part of the id can be defined by the user in the front matter. Por exemplo, se o conteúdo do guide/hello.mdfor definido como abaixo, seu id final é guide/part1.

---
id: part1
---

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Customizing doc URLs

By default, a document's URL location is its file path relative to the docs folder. Use the slug front matter to change a document's URL.

For example, suppose your site structure looks like this:

website # Root directory of your site
└── docs
└── guide
└── hello.md

By default hello.md will be available at /docs/guide/hello. You can change its URL location to /docs/bonjour:

---
slug: /bonjour
---

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slug will be appended to the doc plugin's routeBasePath, which is /docs by default. See Docs-only mode for how to remove the /docs part from the URL.

note

É possível usar:

  • slugs absolutas: slug: /mySlug, slug: /...
  • slugs relativas: slug: mySlug, slug: ./../mySlug...

Documentação da página inicial

If you want a document to be available at the root, and have a path like https://docusaurus.io/docs/, you can use the slug front matter:

---
id: my-home-doc
slug: /
---

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Modo somente documentos

A freshly initialized Docusaurus site has the following structure:

example.com/                                -> generated from `src/pages/index.js`

example.com/docs/intro -> generated from `docs/intro.md`
example.com/docs/tutorial-basics/... -> generated from `docs/tutorial-basics/...`
...

example.com/blog/2021/08/26/welcome -> generated from `blog/2021-08-26-welcome/index.md`
example.com/blog/2021/08/01/mdx-blog-post -> generated from `blog/2021-08-01-mdx-blog-post.mdx`
...

All docs will be served under the subroute docs/. But what if your site only has docs, or you want to prioritize your docs by putting them at the root?

Assume that you have the following in your configuration:

docusaurus.config.js
module.exports = {
// ...
presets: [
'@docusaurus/preset-classic',
{
docs: {
/* docs plugin options */
},
blog: {
/* blog plugin options */
},
// ...
},
],
};

To enter docs-only mode, change it to like this:

docusaurus.config.js
module.exports = {
// ...
presets: [
'@docusaurus/preset-classic',
{
docs: {
routeBasePath: '/', // Serve the docs at the site's root
/* other docs plugin options */
},
blog: false, // Optional: disable the blog plugin
// ...
},
],
};

Note that you don't necessarily have to give up on using the blog or other plugins; all that routeBasePath: '/' does is that instead of serving the docs through https://example.com/docs/some-doc, they are now at the site root: https://example.com/some-doc. The blog, if enabled, can still be accessed through the blog/ subroute.

Don't forget to put some page at the root (https://example.com/) through adding the front matter:

docs/intro.md
---
slug: /
---

This page will be the home page when users visit https://example.com/.
caution

If you added slug: / to a doc to make it the homepage, you should delete the existing homepage at ./src/pages/index.js, or else there will be two files mapping to the same route!

Now, the site's structure will be like the following:

example.com/                       -> generated from `docs/intro.md`
example.com/tutorial-basics/... -> generated from `docs/tutorial-basics/...`
...
tip

Também há um "modo somente blog" para aqueles que só querem usar o recurso do blog do Docusaurus 2. Você pode usar o mesmo método detalhado acima. Follow the setup instructions on Blog-only mode.