You can create a Table of Contents page to list down pages in your site. All pages must live inside the
docs/ folder—Docpress only looks for files in the project root (eg, /README.md) and the
docs/ folder (eg, /docs/Introduction.md).
Create a table of contents as
docs/README.md. This is the table of contents: an unordered list of pages to link. Here’s an example that will only have one file (your main README).
Documentation ============= * [Your project]( )
The first file in the TOC is always going to be the home page. Its title in the TOC is used as the site’s main title.
To organize your pages into chapters, you can create sub-lists by indenting items that are under a certain parent. You can nest as far as you want, but it’s only recommended to nest just one level down.
* [Your project]( ) * [Introduction]( ) * [Getting started]( ) * [Installation]( ) * [Installation]( ) * [Mac OS X]( ) * [Windows]( )
You don’t need to link all pages—you can create items that are not links. Great for headings or for pages that are yet to be written.
* [Your project]( ) * Introduction * [Getting started]( ) * [Installation]( ) * Installation * [Mac OS X]( ) * [Windows]( )
Links in the TOC can be relative or absolute. In this example, both links are equivalent.
* [Your project]( ) * [Your project]( )
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