Adding your module to the userguide

Making your module work with the userguide is simple.

First, copy this config and place in it <module>/config/userguide.php, replacing anything in <> with the appropriate things:

return array
    // Leave this alone
    'modules' => array(

        // This should be the path to this modules userguide pages, without the 'guide/'. Ex: '/guide/modulename/' would be 'modulename'
        '<modulename>' => array(

            // Whether this modules userguide pages should be shown
            'enabled' => TRUE,

            // The name that should show up on the userguide index page
            'name' => '<Module Name>',

            // A short description of this module, shown on the index page
            'description' => '<Description goes here.>',

            // Copyright message, shown in the footer for this module
            'copyright' => '&copy; 2010–2011 <Your Name>',

Next, create a folder in your module directory called guide/<modulename> and create and All userguide pages use Markdown. The index page is what is shown on the index of your module, the menu is what shows up in the side column. The menu should be formatted like this:

## [Module Name]()
 - [Page name](page-path)
 - [This is a Category](category)
     - [Sub Page](category/sub-page)
     - [Another](category/another)
         - [Sub sub page](category/another/sub-page)
 - Categories do not have to be a link to a page
     - [Etcetera](etc)

Page paths are relative to guide/<modulename>. So [Page name](path-path) would look for guide/<modulename>/ and [Another](category/another) would look for guide/<modulename>/ The guide pages can be named or arranged any way you want within that folder (with the exception of and The breadcrumbs and page titles are pulled from the file, not the file names or paths. You can have items that are not pages (a category that doesn't have a corresponding page). To link to the page, you should have an empty link, e.g. [Module Name](). Do not include .md in your links.