Hi there, Not really a pinegrow Forum problem, but this might be the most relevant.
I’ve just nailed what one of the biggest problems I have with our docs is , in regards to searching and , well, finding anything.
Although the docs look super snazzy with nice collapsed Title themes, I can, find, very little.
if I search something, it shows me results sometimes! which is always nice, but then. I see nothing on the page it returns.
I am trying to get help with working on pseudo classes and :hover in PG 4.
so I enter that in our search box.
3rd result I see
"Styling with CSS
…pseudo selectors. The selector maker …"
I click it, it takes me to
Styling with CSS
I see a quick flash of an image, then… the page collapses to folded headings. I don’t see it.
CMD+F on the the page for pseudo
I now have to manually go through, clicking all the collapsible headings, until I find something relevant - but it may not be the only one ,but I dont know, as I cant see the content of the other section headings.
So i now have to keep scrolling down, to every other heading incase I am missing something.
it is the same like this for each search result page I click on.
so, even though we have plenty of good docs for this version, relevent docs are difficult to view and it takes a long time to find.
maybe have a collapse/expand all tab on the results, or, just have the whole page expanded!
with a HIGHLY VISIBLE expand/collapse all button. as, intuitively, I wouldnt be looking for/expecting this button so upon frist visits, I would be unaware of its functionality, wouldnt know about it, so would just be stumped at the search results.
or Just/also, return a link to the EXPANDED TITLE’s content.
personally, I find it difficult to find stuff with the collapsed tab style docs.
it looks GREAT! but, its a UI/UX thing.
looks lovely and compact and sectioned, the docs are there but, I cant get to them.
and If actually RTFM 'ing my way through the docs I STILL have to expand them all anyway, just to read.
So, maybe a collapse this section button would be good at the end of each expanded section too, for when you are just reading through a whole topic, ie CSS, then it would actually make sense, and you would be actually aware of jsut where you were with regards to your position in the collapsible docs list, as you could close one, and clean, heading list, you can see the one you have just visited and collapsed, and the next one
there you go
some happy anyway, user feedback