Authoring Contents

Authoring Contents

Adding Pages

It is easy to add files to a MarkBind site as any file inside the becomes a part of the generated website.

More info in: User Guide → Adding Pages

MarkBind Syntax Overview

A MarkBind source file may contain a mix of several popular syntax schemes used in creating web pages. MarkBind source file can be as simple as basic Markdown, and you can use progressively more complicated syntax to create progressively more sophisticated Web pages while optimizing other aspects such as content reuse.

More info in: User Guide → MarkBind Syntax Overview

Formatting Contents

MarkBind supports a wide collection of Markdown-like basic content formatting syntax such as text styling, tables, lists, images, links, etc.

More info in: User Guide → Formatting Contents

Using Components

MarkBind provides a number of components (e.g., expandable panels, tabbed displays, navigation bars, etc.) that you can use to enhance the appearance/behavior of your pages.

More info in: User Guide → Using Components

Using HTML, JavaScript, CSS

A MarkBind source file can contain a mixture of HTML, JavaScript, and CSS as a normal web page would.

More info in: User Guide → Using HTML, JavaScript, CSS

Tweaking the Page Structure

MarkBind offers several ways to easily tweak the overall structure of a page, for example, using headers, footers, scripts, or stylesheets.

More info in: User Guide → Tweaking the Page Structure

Reusing Contents

MarkBind is highly-optimized for content reuse. It offers several mechanisms to provide readers with many variations of the content while minimizing duplication at source file level. As a result, instead of creating a one-size-fits-all site, MarkBind can create a site in which readers can chart their own path of reading.

More info in: User Guide → Reusing Contents