Your project is divided into sections, which we refer to as "Spaces." Every space allows you to display or hide certain divs, widgets, or tools.
Depending on whether you used a template or not, we have preset these settings. However, you have full control over them and can modify them as you wish.
This is the header of your project. It is best to display a notice project when you decide to have one on a complete page like this one.
However, if you integrate your project into a div in the centre of your page, for example, you'll prefer to hide it.
The project title will be display like 'Notice Docs' that you can see the image above.
If it is already configured in the General Tab, you are ready to display it.
You will be able to add multiple widgets and features in this area. Unlike the Header space, the Top space should be used in the majority of your projects; this is where you will find the page title, language selector, theme switcher, contact form, and so on.
By clicking here, you can see it in action in a live project.
Display the page title for every pages in the project. (do not mix up project title and page title.)
Enabling the search bar in your project settings will allow your entire project to be indexed, and a search icon will be added in the Top Space.
This will allow visitors to easily search for any content within your project and be redirected to the relevant section upon clicking the search results.
Enable visitors to write an email to you, simply set up a valid email address and activate it. Once activated, an icon will be displayed in your Top Space allowing visitors to easily send you an email.
Allow visitors to switch between light and dark modes. In the Styling tab you can customise colors for both modes to suit your preferences.
Enabling this option will add a language selector with all of your available translations. Visitors will be able to select the language they prefer.
Allow users to navigate from a current to a parent page :
Show users how long will it take to read the current page.
It is calculated automatically when you publish your project.
It allows users to share your page various social media platforms.
For now we have 3 options:
Here is an exemple for facebook : (this is a screenshot)
This space contains only one component, but it is really important when creating a well-organized project, such as documentation or a help center.
In this menu you have the whole page tree of your project. You'll be able to access any page of the project using this menu. It is extremely useful for avoiding getting lost in large amounts of documentation.
To organize the project navigation menu, you can set certain headings within your project as sections. This will allow the navigation menu to display a more structured and organised hierarchy of pages and sections.
In the Right Space you'll find useful tools that are directly related to the current page.
Displays a list of all headings within the current page.
By clicking on a heading within the anchor menu, visitors will be redirected to the corresponding section in the page.
When you share a link to your project you can specify the anchor, on click it will scrolls to the good section.
Add Buttons that redirect to the previous and the next page of your project. (useful for documentation, help center, ...)
By selecting this option, the visitor will see a list of other articles from the current that are not currently displayed on the current page. (Useful for blogs)
Allow users to scroll to the top of the page when they reach the bottom by clicking the 'Go to top' button.
(Identical to Top Space)