.gitbook/assetsfolder manages every file used in any page.
SUMMARY.mdfile tells GitBook in which order we wish to display our pages and what groups there are in our documentation.
README.mdfile in the main folder has the contents of the first page users see when accessing the documentation website.
README.mdfile with the contents of the parent page must be added to the folder named after the parent page title.
/as many times you need. Add either a
README.mdfile or a normal Markdown file with any name you want.
#symbol (a hash) is an element called anchor. On GitBook, anchors are created by replacing every blank space in a section title with
mainbranch on GitHub for an old version of the page with the broken link. That will help you figure out to which page that link was originally pointing to.
.gitbook.yamlto point that specific path to the right page. But other times (probably when we make aggressive changes to the folder structure—their versioning system doesn't seem to like it that much), you will have to update that link manually. To do so, hover your mouse to the old link and edit it by searching for the title of the page to be mentioned.