I tried to google and to search here, but without any success…
I’m preparing the website of a scientific experiment (an Astroparticle detector on the Chinese Space Station).
The idea is that the website will be for “general public” but that will host also, eventually under password or token authorization, some “private” docs for the international collaboration. One (the first I’m implementing) is the Wiki of the experiment software that is hosted on Gitlab.
The current version (for now without any auth) can be seen on:
Since the standard aspect of a Gitlab documentation is
with the sidebar being very useful, I’m trying to replicate it also here.
I succeeded to make the sidebar, and make it work thanks to the
Unfortunately the README is not enough to understand how to customize it.
- I don’t know how to customize the config yaml?
enabled: true built_in_css: true a11y: false base_class: details title_class: details__title trigger_class: details__trigger content_class: details__content
(in particular the last four fields…)
- how to avoid that “+/-” symbol:
and going back to the “standard” arrow?
- how to remove that line and that extra space between every “item”?
- how to avoid that every time an item is clicked and the page (on the left) is changed, the sidebar is “collapsed”?