The Orchard Dojo Library is fully open source and can be edited by anyone. If you found an error or would like to improve it you're more than welcome; just submit a pull request!
- The same guidelines apply as to the Orchard documentation except that documents here not only can but are required to have a leading first-level title.
- Name files and folders with PascalCasing.
- Files named Index.md are automatically opened when requesting their folder.
- You can use relative links to link between files; paths are the same online as they are in the repository. Keep in mind that links to folders (when the Index file is opened automatically) must end with a slash (/) while links to files shouldn't.
- Add 3 line breaks after an H1, 2 before (if it's not immediately after an H1) and 1 after an H2.
- When adding inline code snippets use the
- When adding paths or filenames set them as emphasized (italic) like C:\path\to\file.txt.
- Keep in mind that Markdown should also be valid HTML, so encode HTML entities accordingly. E.g. use the encoded version of the < and > signs (see this source).
This page and many others here are part of the open source, portable package of Orchard goodies: the Orchard Dojo Library. The Library is freely accessible by anyone; just go to its repository to download its full content (you can even download the textual content of the Library as a big concatenated document in HTML), file issues or fork it! You can even edit it online on Bitbucket, just click on the Edit link in the upper right corner!