CodeDevils Docs

CodeDevils Docs (CDDocs) is the official public CodeDevils knowledge base, containing articles detailing the different services/software tools we use. It uses docsify to render markdown pages into html.


All documentation pages are markdown, so anyone can contribute! It’s very easy to contribute:

  1. Fork the repository
  2. Make any changes that you need to (see the folder structure below).
  3. Create a merge request to the dev branch.
  4. Make any edits requested by officers.
  5. 2 officers must approve your merge request. Once approved, they will commit the merge and update the website.

It’s that easy!

Folder Structure

CDDocs uses the same folder structure specified through the docsify documentation. The root of the project is the public folder:

├── public/
|   └── dreamhost/
|   |   ├──
|   |   ├──
|   |   └──
|   ├── fso/
|   ├── sundevilsync/
|   └── static/
└── ...

File/directory Defaults

Each folder represents a directory on the CDDocs website. For example, the public/dreamhost is the same as Each folder has a file, which is treated as the default page for that folder.

Each folder has a file which defines the left-side navigation menu. Every folder needs to have this file to display the navigation menu, but it can be left blank and will default to 2 levels of depth (corresponding to your titles on your markdown page, so it will show a table of contents for Header 1 and Header 2). Without it, it uses the one from the last page visited, which isn’t always wanted.

Static files

Static files not including markdown or HTML files go in the static directory. You can arrange the folder structure inside of there to your page’s needs within this directory. The idea is to keep the rest of the project clean of random static files so that first-time users understand the folder structure.

Additional Features

There are additional features added to the project that make it easier to publish pages.

Optional HTML Pages

You have the option of including straight HTML pages in your documentation. HTML files will be left as-is and include the .html file extension at the end of the directory.

Image Shadowing

By default, all images have shadows. If you want to disable the shadow, you can add a no-shadow class to your image:

<img class="no-shadow" alt="logo" src="">

Theme-minded Blocks

You can add .light-theme or .dark-theme classes to your inline html tags to make your html blocks theme-specific. Light theme is the theme with a white background, and dark theme is the theme with a dark grey background. A common example is for changing the logo. An example of changing the logo:

<img class="no-shadow light-theme" src="" alt="logo" width="400">
<img class="no-shadow dark-theme" src="" alt="logo" width="400">

So for the light theme:


And for dark theme:


Image Accessory Blocks

Markdown by default does not support image and paragraphs placed beside each other. CDDocs has a plugin that allows you to place a paragraph next to an image. The format is:

<: The paragraph | <img alt_text="logo" src=""> :>


<: <img alt_text="logo" width="400" src=""> | The paragraph :>


Modification Date

The Last modified date you see at the top-right of every page is added automatically based on the date the rendered markdown file was created.

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