DocumentorKB Guide

1.Installation #

The easy way
1. Download the plugin (.zip file)
2. In your Admin, go to menu Plugins > Add
3. Select the tab Upload Plugin button
4. Upload the .zip file you just downloaded
5. Activate the plugin
6. DocumentorKB menu will start appearing on Dashboard

The old way (FTP)
1. Once you buy the plugin, you will get zip folder.
2. Unzip the folder and Upload ‘documentorKB’ folder to the ‘/wp-content/plugins’ directory
3. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress
4. A new menu will appear in your Admin

2.Steps to create a new guide #

Follow the step by step process to create a document.

1. After successful activation of DocumentorKB plugin, DocumentorKB menu will appear on the dashboard of WordPress.

2. Head over DocumentorKB menu and select “Add New” option.

DocumentorKB dashboard

3. Create New Guide page will get open, here specify your guide name and select settings set. If you have already created settings set, then you can inherit settings of previously created document else choose default settings. Click on create button.

4. Click on the “Add Section” button to add sections in the document.

5. Using Add section, you can add your separate post for the document or you can add a post or pages which are created in WP posts/pages. You can also add links with a title.

add section in DocumentorKB

Inline: In the inline section, you can create your own posts for DocumentorKB. You can add media files in the inline section e.g. images, videos and picture gallery.

Links: You can even add links to DocumentorKB. To open the link into new tab/window enable below option “Open in new window”.

5. After insert sections into Knowledge Base, click on the Edit button to see total sections added into the guide. Once list appeared you can do the following operations

Reorder: You can reorder sections just by dragging section and drop it wherever you want. Hit Save button after reorder completed.

Nesting: Drag section slightly to the right side to make it as a nested or sub-point. Hit Save button once nesting completed.

drag and drop

Edit: To Edit section, click on the open icon (rightmost side after section type). Section will get open, where you can change Menu title and Section title. To change the click on Edit link (above Menu title). Here you can change the content of the section and update it after changes are done. Do not forget to save changes.

Delete: To remove the section, click on the open icon (rightmost side after section type). The section will get open, where you can find the “Remove” option to delete a particular section. Hit Save button once changes are done.

edit and delete

6. The right sidebar consists of the link of the guide and the slug. You can easily change the slug of the guide from the right sidebar.

slug and link

You can also watch the complete video tutorial to create a Knowledge Base:

 

3.Basic Settings #

Before you start creating your Knowledge Base, you need to set up a few things. Documentor Knowledge Base consists of two major settings namely the “Knowledge Base Slug Base” and “Section Slug Base”.

  1. Login to your WordPress Dashboard
  2. Go to DocumentorKB => Global Settings

You’ll find two different options i.e Knowledge Base Slug Base and Section Slug Base.

section and Knowledge Base Slug Base

You can change these options anytime if the website or the Knowledge Base is not indexed. But once it is indexed then changing this can cause a 404 Error as the links will also get changed.

4.Settings Panel #

Basically, the settings panel is divided into 3 main parts
1. Basic Settings
2. Formatting Settings
3. Advance Settings

Basic Settings

Basic Settings contains the following setting fields. This setting plays a vital role in the appearance of the document.

basics settings

  1. Skin: Documentor has different skins such as bar, broad, cherry, expanded broad and mint. Choose anyone theme that suits your website appearance.
  2. Section Animation: You can set an animation to the Knowledge Base contents. While loading contents of the guide you will experience the selected animation.
  3. Indexing Format: You can enable or disable indexing of document.
  4. Guide Title: If this option is enabled then it will display the name of the guide on the front end. One can easily format the title of the guide from the different options that are present.
  5. Scrolling: After clicking on Menu title content get visible in scrolling effect. You can enable or disable it. Default scrolling option is ON.
  6. Fixed Menu: It specifies the location of the menu.
  7. Top Margin for Menu: It will specify the top margin for the menu.
  8. Menu Position: The position for the menu of a document can be selected from the drop-down. It can be either placed towards the left or right of the document.

Formatting Settings

You can change the font, font style, color, and font size or you can use the theme’s CSS with the help of formatting option.

formatting settings

1. Nav Menu Title
  1. Use theme default: To use the theme’s CSS to Nav Menu Title, you can keep option enable. If this option is enabled then rest of setting of nav menu title will not be applied on front-end.
  2. Color: Choose a color from color picker box and save changes. The selected color will get applied to the nav menu title.
  3. Font: You can select Regular font, Google font or Custom font from given select box. Depending on your selection below settings fields get changed.
  4. Font size: You can change the font size of the nav menu title.
  5. Font Style: You can change the font style of the nav menu title. If you select google font from the font option then this field gets hidden.
2. Active Nav Menu Background
  1. Use theme default: If you enabled this theme’s background CSS will get applied to Active nav menu background.
  2. Color: Set color to active nav menu background. If “Use theme default” option is enabled then this field is not applicable.
3. Section Title
  1. Use theme default: To use the theme’s CSS for the Section Title, you can keep this option enabled. If this option is enabled then rest of setting of section title will not be applied on front-end.
  2. Color: Choose a color from color picker box and save changes. The selected color will get applied to the section title.
  3. Font: You can select Regular font, Google font or Custom font from given select box. Depending on your selection below settings fields get changed.
  4. Font size: You can change the font size of the section title.
  5. Font Style: You can change the font style of the section title. If you have selected google font from the fonts option then this field gets hidden.
  6. Last Updated Date: It will display the last updated date for each of the section of the guide if it is enabled.
4. Section Contents
  1. Use theme default: To apply the theme’s css to Section Contents, you can keep option enable. If this option is enable then rest of setting of section title will not be applied on front-end.
  2. Color: Choose a color from color picker box and save the changes. The selected color will get applied to section contents.
  3. Font: You can select Regular font, Google font or Custom font from given select box. Depending on your selection below settings fields gets changed.
  4. Font size: You can change the font size of the section contents.
  5. Font Style: You can change the font style of section contents. if you have selected the Google font from the fonts option then this field gets hidden.
5. Scrollbar
  1. Size: The size of the scroll can be specified from here.
  2. Color: The color of the scroll can be selected from the color picker box.
  3. Opacity: The Opacity of the Scroll can be set from this option

Advance Settings

Advance settings provide you options to enable or disable email, user feedback, PDF and many more.

advance settings

  1. Search Box: By enabling this option it will show the search option for the document on the admin panel as well as the front end.
  2. Buttons: You can enable or disable this option as per your requirement. This all options are visible on the front end of DocumentorKB.
    • Section Hashtag Link: You can get a link of a particular section using this option. Icon of the link appears on the front if it is enabled.
    • Save PDF: It is to enable or disable PDF option which is visible on the front end. You can set your personalized PDF format using PDF options. Using PDF option you can change font and font size of PDF.
    • Print: Documentor provides a facility to print data directly. You can find the print option in the front end of the guide.
  3. Users can suggest Edits: If you want to hear suggestions from the users, you can enable this option. The Guide Manager will receive an email once the user submits a suggestion. You can choose or set the format of the suggestion box. You can even add or remove setting fields.
  4. Guide Manager: Select a guide manager. All the suggestion edit and feedback emails will be sent to the selected guide manager.
  5. Visitor’s Feedback: User can submit feedback if you have enabled this option. You can set up format and message for feedback box. Feedback mail will be sent to the guide manager.
  6. Feedback Count: If this option is enabled then it will show the feedback count for the document.
  7. Related: This option shows related menus. After you enable this option, a new Related tab appears, where you can choose a menu from the selection box to show below DocumentorKB’s menu on the front end.
  8. RTL Support: DocumentorKB supports Right to Left reading. If you enable the RTL option, the content can be able to be read from right to left.
  9. Back to Top button: If this option is enabled then there will be back to top button present at the bottom of the document that will take you towards the top of the document.
  10. Social Sharing: If this option is enabled then the particular document can be shared through different social media platforms from the front end. One can also decide the format and position for the social media buttons that should appear on the front end.
  11. Attach Product: If this option is enabled then you will be able to attach a particular product with the document along with the link and other details of the product.

5.How to add Breadcrumbs in the Knowledge Base #

How to add Breadcrumb in the Knowledge Base:

Now, in order to add Breadcrumb in the Knowledge Base, just install any Breadcrumb plugin for example, “Flexy Breadcrumb”.

Now, Login to your WordPress dashboard. Go to Appearance =>Widgets. You’ll see the “Before Knowledge Base” widget area. Just drag and drop the text widget into the widget area and paste the shortcode of the Breadcrumb plugin. Save the changes.

breadcrumb

6.Examples #

You can add any type of data in DocumentorKB, e.g. Images, Videos, Gallery, Graphs and charts, Tables, Maps and many more.

1. Images:

To add images into document, Click on “Add Media” button and select image/images to add into section.

image

2. Videos:

Put video URL into section and video will get appear on the front end. e.g. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cd4mDMsJOc

videos

3. Image Gallery:

You can put a set of images or Portfolio or Gallery of Product screenshots in the Document, using WordPress Gallery Feature

gallery

4. Maps:

You can insert any type of Map like Google Map.
Example Google Map inserted using iframe embed code provided by Google:

map

5. Graphs and Charts:

You can embed any type of charts or graphs such as Google Charts or chart.js charts or using shortcode generated by any chart plugin on WordPress.

Example: Google Chart

graphs

6. Facebook Status:

Embed Facebook Status by using the Embed code:

facebook

7.PDF Settings #

Enable/Disable PDF:
To enable/disable PDF go to DocumentorKB=> All KnowledgeBases => Select your document => Edit section => Settings Tab => Advance settings => Buttons => Save PDF.

DocumentorKB provides you with the option to generate PDF. Once you have completed with your section insertion, hit Generate PDF button to generate it. After the successful generation of PDF, you’ll receive a message on the screen. Every time you make changes in the sections you need to generate PDF, else the older generated PDF will get downloaded from the front end. After PDF generation pdf symbol will appear on the front end.

Generate PDF button:
In order to generate PDF of the section, just click on the “Generate PDF” link under every section.

generate pdf

PDF options: 
You can find many options regarding the format of PDF file. You can change font and font size of each type of content from Header, Footer, Title etc.

pdf options

Language Support:
DocumentorKB is WPML compatible. You can generate a PDF file in any language. You need to add sections in your language and generate PDF after insertion is done. Your generated PDF file will get saved and on user end generated PDF file will get downloaded. Before that, you need set font to “free serif” from PDF options to all type of contents e.g PDF title, PDF subtitle, TOC menu title, Section title, Section Contents.

8.FAQ's #

8.1.How to Preview a created document on Admin Panel? #

You can see the preview before embedding it on the front end, Go to Admin panel => DocumentorKB => All Knowledge Bases => All created document list will appear => Choose your document and click on preview link, which is available below the document name.

In preview of document, most of features are not supported.

 

8.2.How to Delete a already created document? #

You can delete particular, Go to Admin panel => DocumentorKB => All Knowledge Bases => All created document list will appear => Choose your document and click on Delete link, which is available below document name. Your document will get deleted.

delete guide

8.3.I want all my documents to have same Settings, how do I do that? #

If you do not want to modify the Default Settings every time a new Guide is created, on the Create New Knowledge Base Panel, you can choose which Guide’s settings you want to inherit.

settings set

8.4.How to Import my guide from localhost to my actual site? #

You can import the document created on localhost. Go to Admin panel => DocumentorKB => All Knowledge Bases => you will find the “Import” button on the top-right side of a page. => Choose your file and hit import

import

8.5.What is Menu Title and Section Title? Can they be different? #

Yes, Menu title and Section both are different. Menu title appears on the left of the document and section title appears on content.

Menu title and Section Title

8.6.How to delete a section from the Guide? #

To delete a particular section, Goto Admin Panel >> DocumentorKB >> All KnowledgeBases >> selecting the particular section. When the section will get open then one will find the Remove option to delete the particular section from the bottom. Once the changes are done then hit the Save button.

delete section

8.9.How to disable the Indexing i.e. 1.1, 2 in menu? #

Go to Admin panel => Documentor => All KnowledgeBases => Edit => Settings => Basic settings => Indexing Format, disable option and save changes. Your indexing format will not appeared on front end.

indexing

8.10.How to disable the Fixed position of the Menu or TOC? #

Go to Admin panel => Documentor => All KnowledgeBases=> Edit => Settings => Basic settings => Fixed menu, disable option and save changes.

fixed menu

8.11.Can I disable the "Suggest Edit" option? #

Yes, you can disable it, for user view. Go to Admin panel => DocumentorKB => All KnowledgeBases=> Edit => Settings => Advance settings => Users can suggest Edits, disable option and save changes.

suggest edits

8.12.How can I add extra fields in "Suggest Edit" form? #

You can add or remove fields from Suggest Edit form, Go to Admin panel => Documentor => All KnowledgeBases => Edit => Settings => Advance settings => Users can suggest Edits. You will find the Format link. After link on that, suggest form template will get open where you can add or remove fields.

suggest edit options

8.13.What is a guide manager? What is his role in Guide maintenance? #

You can select the Knowledge Base manager, who can manage all stuff regarding document changes and suggestion mails.

KB manager

8.14.How can I disable "Visitor's Feedback"? #

Go to Admin panel => DocumentorKB => All KnowledgeBases => Edit => Settings => Advance settings => Visitor’s Feedback. Disable respective option and save changes. On front end feedback option will not appeared.

visitors feedback

8.15.Can I add fields to Negative Feedback Form? #

Yes, you can edit the feedback form. Go to Admin panel => DocumentorKB => All KnowledgeBases=> Edit => Settings => Advance settings => Visitor’s Feedback. You will find format link, where you can add or remove fields in the form.

feedback_form

8.16.How to add Widget Before the Knowledge Base #

You can add widgets above the Knowledge Base. Go to Appearance => Widgets.

You’ll be able to see the “Before Knowledge Base” widget area. Drag and drop the required widget in the “Before Knowledge Base” widget area.

before_knowledge_base

8.17.How to add Widget below the Knowledge Base #

You can also add widgets to your Knowledge Base. Go to Appearance => Widget. You’ll see a new widget area “Knowledge Base Below Content”. Just Drag and Drop the required widget to this widget area.

after_knowledge_base

8.18.How can I embed video into the Guide? #

DocumentorKB supports video. You can show it on the front end. Paste your YouTube video URL into section and update section. Videos will automatically appear on the front end.

Video

8.19.How can I embed Google Map? #

You can insert any type of Map like Google Map.
Example Google Map inserted using iframe embed code provided by Google:

map

8.20.How can I embed Charts in the Guide? #

graphs

8.21.Can I put any shortcode inside the guide content? #

Almost all the shortcodes will be working when embedded into the Guide. You can directly put shortcode into section and save.

8.22.How can I change the font of PDF? #

You can change font of PDF file, go to Admin Panel => DocumentorKB => All KnowledgeBases => Edit => Settings => Advance Settings => Buttons => Save PDF => option. One form will get open, in which you can change font and font size.

pdf font (1)

8.23.How to add a Custom PDF to the Knowledge Base #

Sometimes it may occur the PDF created may not look similar to what it displays on the web page. Therefore, you have an option to upload your custom created PDF to your Knowledge Base. Hence, the end user who will click on the PDF icon will get the custom PDF downloaded.

How to upload a Custom PDF:

custom PDF in DocumentorKB

  1. Go to DocumentorKB => Edit the Knowledge Base.
  2. Click on the Section of which you want to upload the PDF
  3. Click on edit and Scroll down where you’ll find the DocumentorKB PDF File option.
  4. Upload your custom PDF and update the changes.
  5. Go back to your Knowledge Base and generate the PDF again.

 

Help Guide Powered by Documentor
Suggest Edit

Documentor Guide

Installation #

The easy way
1. Download the plugin (.zip file)
2. In your Admin, go to menu Plugins > Add
3. Click on the Upload button
4. Upload the .zip file you just downloaded
5. Activate the plugin
6. Documentor menu will start appearing on Dashboard

The old way (FTP)
1. Once you buy the plugin, you will get zip folder.
2. Unzip the folder and Upload `documentor` folder to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory
3. Activate the plugin through the Plugins menu in WordPress
4. A new menu will appear in your Admin

Steps to create a new guide #

By using the Documentor plugin, creating documentation is now very easy. You just need to put your data. Follow step by step process to create a document.

1. After successful activation of Documentor plugin, Documentor menu will appear on the dashboard of WordPress.

2. Head over Documentor menu and select Add new option.

documentor dashboard

 

3. Create New Guide page will get open, here specify your guide name and select settings set. If you have already created settings set, then you can inherit settings of previously created document else choose default settings. Click on create button.

4. Click on the “Add Section” button to add sections in the document.

5. Using Add section, you can add your separate post for the document or you can add a post or pages which are created in WP posts/pages. You can also add links with a title.

Add_sections

Inline: In the inline section, you can create your own posts which are usable in Documentor. You can add media files in the inline section e.g. images, videos and picture gallery.

Posts: This section will display all posts which are created in the posts section of WordPress. You just need to select or search posts and insert into Documentor.

Pages: This section will display all pages which are created in the Pages section of WordPress. You just need to select or search Pages and insert into Documentor.

Links: You can add external links into Documentor. To open the link into new tab/window enable below option “Open in new window”.

6. After inserting sections into the Documentor, click on Edit button to see total sections added into Documentor. Once list appeared you can do the following operations:

Reorder: You can reorder sections just by dragging section and drop it wherever you want. Hit Save button after reorder completed.

Nesting: Drag section slightly to right side to make it as a nested or sub-point. Hit Save button once nesting is completed.

nested_doc

Edit: To Edit the section, click on the open icon (at the rightmost side after section type). The section will get open, where you can change Menu title and Section title. For content, change click on Edit link (above Menu title). Here you can change content of the section and update it after changes are done. Do not forget to save the changes.

Delete: To remove the section, click on the open icon (at the rightmost side after section type). The section will get open, where you can find the “Remove” option to delete the particular section. Hit Save button once changes are done.

edit_delete1

7. Now just copy the shortcode generated and Paste it on the page where you want to display the guide. You can find the shortcode as well as the template tag on the righthand side of the guide.

shortcode and template tags

Embed Code #

Manage page: In the Documentor menu go to the Manage option that will list the document in list view along with shortcode and template tags.

doc-embed

Shortcode: Shortcode is a best and easy way to display the document on the frontend. Use respective shortcode of the document in post/page to display the guide on particular post/page.
Example Shortcode: [ documentor 1 ]

Template Tag: Use template tag of the respective guide in the theme’s template file (e.g. page.php, single.php) to display the document on every post/page.
Example Template tag:

<?php if(function_exists(‘get_documentor’)){ get_documentor(‘1’); }?>

Quick Tag: You can add Documentor in post/page by using Quick tag. The Quick tag option is not available in the latest Gutenberg Block Editor, but you can find the Quick tag option in the Classic Editor.

quick_tag1

Towards the top of Manage Guide there are following options that are present:

Create New: Besides creating a new guide from the Documentor menu from the left, one can also create a guide using this option.

Import: One can easily import the document that is created on the localhost using this option. Choose the file that you want to import and the document gets imported easily.

Settings Panel #

Basically, settings panel is divided into 3 main parts
1. Basic Settings
2. Formatting Settings
3. Advance Settings

Basic Settings

Basic Settings contains the following setting fields. This setting plays a vital role in the appearance of the document.

basic settings

  1. Skin: Documentor has different skins such as bar, broad, cherry and mint. Choose the particular skin that suits your Website theme.
  2. Section Animation: You can set an animation to Documentor contents. While loading contents of Documentor you can experience the animation effects.
  3. Indexing Format: You can enable or disable indexing of document.
  4. Guide Title: If this option is enabled then it will display the name of the guide on the frontend. One can easily format the title of the guide from the different options that are present.
  5. Scrolling: After clicking on Menu title content get visible in scrolling effect. You can enable or disable it. Default scrolling option is ON.
  6. Fixed Menu: It specifies the location of the menu.
  7. Top Margin for Menu: It will specify the top margin for the menu.
  8. Menu Position: The position for the menu of a document can be selected from the drop-down. It can be either placed towards the left or right of the document.
  9. Toggle child menu: When Toggle child menu is enabled then instead of displaying the child section of the guide on the front end there will be a toggle menu displayed and when clicked, it will display the child menu. By default, it will be hidden.
  10. Extras on Section hover: When this option is enabled then it will not show the icons for each menu of the section unless you hover over it.

Formatting Settings

You can change the font, font style, color, and font size or you can use the theme’s CSS with the help of the formatting option.

formatting_settings

1. Nav Menu Title
  1. Use theme default: To use the theme’s CSS to Nav Menu Title, you can keep option enable. If this option is enabled then rest of setting of nav menu title will not be applied on the frontend.
  2. Color: Choose a color from color picker box and save changes. The selected color will get applied to the nav menu title.
  3. Font: You can select Regular font, Google font or Custom font from given select box. Depending on your selection below settings fields will get changed.
  4. Font size: You can change the font size of the nav menu title.
  5. Font Style: You can change the font style of the nav menu title. If you select the Google font option from the font then this field will be hidden.
2. Active Nav Menu Background
  1. Use theme default: If you enabled this, theme’s background CSS will get applied to the Active nav menu background.
  2. Color: Set color to active nav menu background. If “Use theme default” is enabled then this field is not applicable.
3. Section Title
  1. Use theme default: To use the theme’s CSS to Section Title, you can keep option enable. If this option is enabled then rest of setting of section title will not be applied on the frontend.
  2. Color: Choose a color from color picker box and save changes. The selected color will get applied to the section title.
  3. Font: You can select Regular font, Google font or Custom font from given select box. Depending on your selection below settings fields will get changed.
  4. Font size: You can change the font size of the section title.
  5. Font Style: You can change the font style of the section title. If you have selected Google font from the font option then this field will get hidden.
  6. Last Updated Date: It will display the last updated date for each of the section of the guide if it is enabled.
4. Section Contents
  1. Use theme default: To use the theme’s CSS to Section Contents, you can keep option enable. If this option is enabled then rest of setting of section title will not be applied on the frontend.
  2. Color: Choose a color from color picker box and save changes. The selected color will get applied to section contents.
  3. Font: You can select Regular font, Google font or Custom font from given select box. Depending on your selection below settings fields get changed.
  4. Font size: You can change the font size of the section contents.
  5. Font Style: You can change the font style of section contents. if you selected google font from font then this field will get hidden.
5. Scrollbar
  1. Size: The size of the scroll can be specified from here.
  2. Color: The color of the scroll can be selected from the color picker box.
  3. Opacity: The Opacity of the Scroll can be set from this option

Advance Settings

Advance settings provide you an option to enable or disable email, user feedback, PDF and many more.

advance_settings

  1. Load Sections using AJAX: If you enable this option only active menu’s contents will get visible through AJAX.
  2. Search Box: By enabling this option it will show the search option for the document on the admin panel as well as the front end.
  3. Buttons: You can enable or disable these options as per your requirement. This all options are visible on the frontend of the Documentor.
    • Link: You can get a link of a particular section using this option. Icon of the link appears on the front if it is enabled.
    • Email: This option is visible on the frontend. Using this option user can send mail to document owner.
    • Save PDF: It is to enable or disable the PDF option which is visible on the frontend. You can set your personalized PDF format using PDF options. Using PDF options you can change font and font size of PDF.
    • Print: Documentor provides a facility to print data directly. On the right side of the guide, you can find the print option if it is enabled.
  4. Users can suggest Edits: If you want to hear suggestions for edit from the users, you can enable this option. User’s suggestion will be automatically sent to the guide manager of the document via email. You can choose or set a format for the suggestion box. You can add or remove setting fields.
  5. Guide Manager: Select a guide manager. All suggestion edit and feedback email will be sent to the selected guide manager.
  6. Visitor’s Feedback: User can submit feedback if you have enabled this option. You can set up the format and message for feedback box. Feedback mail will be sent to the guide manager.
  7. Feedback Count: If this option is enabled then it will show the feedback count for the document.
  8. Related: This option shows related menus. After enabling this option new Related tab appears, where you can choose the menu from selection box to show below Documentor menu on the frontend.
  9. RTL Support: If this option is enabled then, you can read the Documentor guide from right to left.
  10. Back to Top button: If this option is enabled then there will be a back to top button present at the bottom of the document that will take you to the top of the document.
  11. Social Sharing: If this option is enabled then the particular document can be shared through different social media platforms from the frontend. One can also decide the format and position for the social media buttons that should appear on the frontend.
  12. Attach Product: If this option is enabled then one will be able to attach a particular product with the document along with the link and other details of the product.

Examples #

You can add any type of data in Documentor, e.g. Images, Videos, Gallery, Graphs and charts, Tables, Maps and many more.

1. Images:

To add images into document, Click on “Add Media” button and select image/images to add into section.

image

2. Videos:

Put video URL into section and video will get appear on front end. e.g. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2cd4mDMsJOc

videos

3. Image Gallery:

You can put a set of images or Portfolio or Gallery of Product screenshots in the Document, using WordPress Gallery Feature

gallery

4. Maps:

You can insert any type of Map like Google Map.
Example Google Map inserted using iframe embed code provided by Google:

map

5. Graphs and Charts:

You can embed any type of charts or graphs such as Google Charts or chart.js charts or using shortcode generated by any chart plugin on WordPress.

Example: Google Chart

graphs

6. Facebook Status:

Embed Facebook Status by using the Embed code:

facebook

PDF Settings #

Enable/Disable PDF:
To enable/disable PDF go to Documentor => Manage => Select your document => Edit section => Settings Tab => Advance settings => Buttons => Save PDF.

Documentor pro provides you the option to generate PDF. Once you have completed with your section insertion, hit Generate PDF button to generate it. After the successful generation of PDF, a message will get appeared. Every time you make changes to your sections, you have to generate the PDF again. Else the old PDF will get downloaded from the frontend. After PDF generation pdf symbol will appear on the frontend.

Generate PDF button (Disabled if loading through AJAX is On):
When Loading Sections using AJAX is disabled then you will find Generate PDF button below all section on Edit page.

generate PDF without ajax

Generate PDF button (Enabled if loading through AJAX is off):
When Loading Sections while the AJAX is enabled then you will find the “Generate PDF” button in the edit window of every section. You need to generate PDF for each section individually.

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PDF options:
You can find many options regarding the format of PDF file. You can change font and font size of each type of content from Header, Footer, Title etc.

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Language Support:
Documentor pro is WPML compatible. You can generate a PDF file in any language. You need to add sections in your language and generate PDF after insertion is done. Your generated PDF file will get saved and on user end generated PDF file will get downloaded. Before that, you need set font to “free serif” from PDF options to all type of contents e.g PDF title, PDF subtitle, TOC menu title, Section title, Section Contents.

FAQ's #

How to Preview a created document on Admin Panel? #

You can Preview your guide before embedding it on your website. Go to Admin panel => Documentor => Manage => All created document list will appear => Choose your document and click on preview link, which is available below the document name.
In the preview of the document, most of the features are not supported.

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How to Delete a already created document? #

You can delete a particular guide by clicking on the Delete link. Go to Admin panel => Documentor => Manage => All created document list will appear => Choose your document and click on Delete link, which is available below document name. Your document will get deleted.

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I want all my documents to have same Settings, how do I do that? #

If you do not want to modify the Default Settings every time a new Guide is created, on the Create Guide Panel you can choose which Guide’s settings you want to inherit.

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How to Import my guide from localhost to my actual site? #

You can import document created on localhost. Go to Admin panel => Documentor => manage => you will find “Import” button on top-right side of a page. => Choose your file and hit import.

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What is Menu Title and Section Title? Can they be different? #

Yes, Menu title and Section both are different. Menu title appears on the lefthand side of the document i.e, in the navigation panel and section title appears in the content area.

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How to delete a section from the Guide? #

To delete a particular section, Goto Admin Panel >> Documentor >> Manage >> selecting the particular section. When the section will get open you can find the Remove option to delete the particular section from the bottom. Once the changes are done then hit the Save button.

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Can I Search and add my existing Posts or Pages to the Guide? #

Yes, you can add your existing post or pages, which are already created in WordPress. Go to in Add section, you will find Post and Page tab. using respective tab you can add them. You can also search for your choice of post or page using the search option.

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The same way the user can also search the content from the frontend that will list out all the related search result for it.

How to disable the Indexing i.e. 1.1, 2 in menu? #

Go to Admin panel => Documentor => Manage => Edit => Settings => Basic settings => Indexing Format, disable option and save changes. Your indexing format will not appeared on the frontend.

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How to disable Scroll Effect in case of one Page Guides? #

It is easy to disable the scrolling effect in case of Page Guides from: Go to Admin panel => Documentor => Manage => Edit => Settings => Basic settings => Scrolling, disable option and save changes.

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How to enable content load via AJAX? #

AJAX loading allows you to load contents individually, in small place you can adjust big document. Go to Admin panel => Documentor => Manage => Edit => Settings => Advance settings =>”Load sections using AJAX”, enable this option and the save changes.

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How to disable the Fixed position of the Menu or TOC? #

Go to Admin panel => Documentor => Manage => Edit => Settings => Basic settings => Fixed menu, disable option and save changes.

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Can I disable the "Suggest Edit" option? #

Yes, you can disable it, for user view. Go to Admin panel => Documentor => Manage => Edit => Settings => Advance settings => “Users can suggest Edits”, disable this option and save changes.

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How can I add extra fields in "Suggest Edit" form? #

You can add or remove fields from Suggest Edit form, Go to Admin panel => Documentor => Manage => Edit => Settings => Advance settings => Users can suggest Edits. You will find the Format link. After clicking on that, suggest form template will get open where you can add or remove the fields.

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What is a guide manager? What is his role in Guide maintenance? #

You can select guide manager, who can manage all stuff regarding document changes and suggestion mails.

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How can I disable "Visitor's Feedback"? #

Go to Admin panel => Documentor => Manage => Edit => Settings => Advance settings => Visitor’s Feedback. Disable respective option and save changes. On the frontend, the feedback option will not appeared.

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Can I add fields to Negative Feedback Form? #

Yes, you can edit the feedback form. Go to Admin panel => Documentor => Manage => Edit => Settings => Advance settings => Visitor’s Feedback. You will find format link, where you can add or remove fields in the form.

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Can I disable Inline Sections? I just want to add Posts and Pages to the Guide. #

To disable inline section, Go to Admin panel => Documentor => Global setting => Custom post. Disable that option and save changes. Inline section will not appeared in Add sections.

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Can I disable adding Posts and Pages to the Guide, I just want to add custom section? #

Yes, you can do that go to Admin panel => Documentor => Global Settings. Remove the selection from Posts and Pages from selection box and save changes.

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Can I enable other Custom Posts to be selected and added as section to the Guide? #

Yes, you can do that go to Admin panel => Documentor => Global settings Custom Posts. Select sections from selection box and save changes.

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How can I embed video into the Guide? #

Documentor supports video. You can show it on front end. Paste your YouTube video url into section and update section. Videos will automatically appear on front end.

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How can I embed Google Map? #

You can insert any type of Map like Google Map.
Example Google Map inserted using iframe embed code provided by Google:

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How can I embed Charts in the Guide? #

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How can I embed tabs in the guide? #

Documentor plugin almost supports all types of shortcodes. You just need to embed Tabs shortcode into post/page and add that post/page into documentor. You can use WordPress Post Tabs. Using Wordress Posts Tabs’s Quick tag user can easily create tabs and paste the shortcode of WordPress Post Tabs inside the Documentor guide and the tabs will start appearing.

Can I put any shortcode inside the guide content? #

Almost all the shortcodes will be working when embedded into the Guide. You can directly put shortcode into section and save.

How can I change the font of PDF? #

You can change font of PDF file, go to Admin Panel => Manage => Edit => Settings => Advance Settings => Buttons => Save PDF => option. One form will get open, in which you can change font and font size.

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How can I get a PDF in Chinese Language? #

Documentor supports WPML plugin. You can create PDF in any language. Add Chinese language post/pages into documentor and set PDf font to ‘Free Serif’ from Documentor => Manage => Edit => Settings => Advance Settings => Buttons => PDF options. After that Generate PDF.
If AJAX is enable then we will find ‘Generate PDF’ button in each individual section else AJAX is disable then below of sections.

Add Section:

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Font Selection:

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How can I get PDF if my Guide has Spanish content? #

Documentor supports WPML plugin. You can create PDF in any language. Add Spanish language post/pages into documentor and set PDf font to ‘Free Serif’ from Documentor => Manage => Edit => Settings => Advance Settings => Buttons => PDF options. After that Generate PDF.
If AJAX is enable then we will find ‘Generate PDF’ button in each individual section else AJAX is disable then below of sections.

Add Section:

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Font Selection:

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Is Documentor Responsive? #

Documentor plugin is responsive. You can open it on any device, e.g. Mobile phones, Tablets and computer monitor.

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I have embedded the document, but my content is not scrolling? #

Go to Admin panel => Documentor => Manage => Edit => Settings => Basic settings => Scrolling, disable option and save changes.

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I want to change the font size of Suggest Edit to bold and italic, how should I do that? #

You can do that with documentor. Go to Admin panel => Documentor => Manage => Edit => Settings => Formatting => Section Contents => Font Style. Here you can change font style as per your requirement. If you have selected Google font from Font option then this field will not be there.

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How to set minimum user level to create as well as Manage Guides? #

Go to Admin Panel >> Documentor >> Global Settings >> Minimum User Level to create and manage guides >> Select the User from the drop down and save the changes.

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How to decide the Menu Position for the menus of the document? #

Goto Admin Panel >> Documentor >> Edit >> Settings >> Basic Settings >> Menu Position. Select the position for the Menu title either to the left or right and then save the changes.

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How to enable Social Sharing for the particular Document? #

Goto Admin Panel>> Documentor>> Manage>> Edit>> Settings>> Advanced Settings >> Social Sharing. One can also decide the format for social sharing from Format.

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Also one can easily decide the Social Media buttons that are to be displayed, its format and the position where it is to be displayed.

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How to attach Product with the particular Document? #

Goto Admin Panel >> Documentor >> Manage >> Edit >> Settings >> Advanced Settings >> Attach Product. The format for the product can be decided through Options.

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One can easily add the Name, Version and other details of the Product.

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How to change the size, color and opacity for the Scrollbar in a Document? #

Goto Admin Panel >> Manage >> Edit >> Settings >> Formatting Settings (Scrollbar Section) >> Size/ Color/ Opacity.

One can easily change the size and other details of the Scroll bar from here.

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How to toggle child menu for the particular Document? #

One can enable this option from Admin Panel >> Manage >> Edit >> Settings >> Basic Settings >> Toggle child menu (enable)

When this setting is enabled then instead of displaying the child section of the guide, it will display the toggle that will display the child menu when it is clicked.

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How to add Last Updated Date for the particular Document? #

Goto Admin Panel >> Manage >> Edit >> Settings >> Formatting Settings (Section Content) >> Last Updated Date (Enable)

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How to use RTL Support for your content of the Document? #

Goto Admin Panel >> Manage >> Edit >> Settings >> Advanced Settings >> RTL Support (Enable)

Initially while creating the guide for the document this option is disable but when you want to display the content from Right to Left then this option is to be enabled.

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How to add Back to Top Button for the Document? #

Goto Admin Panel >> Documentor >> Manage >> Edit >> Settings >> Advanced Settings >> Back to Top Button (Enable)

When this option is enabled then there will be a button Back to Top at the front end that will directly take you towards the top of the Document that is added.

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