The vBulletin manual is made up of chapters which contain articles, galleries, reference files and imagemaps. Each content type corresponds to a different template in the system. The basic structure will be:
There are currently five different templates available in the vBulletin Manual. These are Chapter, Article, Gallery, Reference, and Imagemap. You can specify which template to use in two ways.
Chapters are containers for articles. Each chapter should have its own taxonomy category defined in the chapter.md file. This will allow the system to automatically create a table of contents for each chapter and improve navigation.
The left navigation menu will show sub-pages of the current chapter as well.
--- title: Chapter Title slug: chapter_title template: chapter taxonomy: category: chapter_category tag: - tag1 - tag2 - tag3 content: items: '@taxonomy': category: chapter_category ---
Articles make up the bulk of the manual's content.
--- title: Article Title slug: article_title template: article taxonomy: category: chapter_category tag: - tag1 - tag2 - tag3 ---
Currently there is only one gallery in the manual, it shows the images for the Theme Previews using a flexbox display.
--- title: Gallery Title slug: gallery_title template: gallery taxonomy: category: chapter_category tag: - tag1 - tag2 - tag3 ---
This should not be confused with the chapter of the same name. Reference pages included for reference only. Copies of the .htaccess, config.php and other files are included this way. They do not contain a lot of extra interface as it is not needed.
--- title: Reference Title slug: reference_title template: reference taxonomy: category: chapter_category tag: - tag1 - tag2 - tag3 ---
Image Maps use extended markup to show images with details and popup descriptions. This page type is used for the Style Variable Reference pages.
--- title: ImageMap Title slug: imagemap_title template: imagemap taxonomy: category: chapter_category tag: - tag1 - tag2 - tag3 ---
By default, chapters and pages are ordered by a numbered prefix placed in the directory title of each page. The format is XX.directoryname.