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New Q2A documentation site

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asked Mar 1, 2016 in Q2A Core by Scott

We've been working on this for a little while, but it's finally ready for public use! We now have a dedicated documentation site, available at:


Huge thanks to @fulldecent who headed up the initiative and set everything up. It's hosted on GitHub Pages, which means it's easy to update (using Markdown), and anyone can contribute. So far it's almost identical to the current documentation, but it's been reorganised a little and we also added syntax highlighting.

If you spot any errors, post here or start an Issue in the repository, or submit a pull request. The README also has instructions for setting up Jekyll on your machine if you want to test changes.

There's lots more I want to add in the future. More documentation on certain functions and variables would be great (e.g. the form array structure or $qa_content).

Let me know your thoughts and ideas!

commented Mar 1, 2016 by truthonlytruth
Good job everyone, keep up the good work... :)
commented Mar 1, 2016 by me v2.0
Very nice, any such documentation is very much appreciated!  Excellent work!

That said, I will simply point out that....


Under the heading: [Easy hosting for Q2A]

LogicWeb – web hosting with one-click installation of Q2A.

Appears to be a broken link, as it leads to a 404 error on LogicWeb's site.  Just a FYI.  (If you're interested.)

Thanks, once again, for the link, sir!
commented Mar 1, 2016 by VGNtl

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