docpad-plugin-frontmatter

Generates a table of contents that can be inserted into pages.

Frontmatter

Simply define your Table of Contents in the plugins section of your project's docpad.coffee file:

 plugins:
    frontmatter:
          chapters: [
            title: "Using Stardog"
            subtitle: "Covers basic installation and starting a Stardog Server in <em>five easy steps</em>."
            sections: ["using""console"]
          ,
            title: "Administering Stardog"
            subtitle: "Administering Stardog Server, databases, including configuration and deployment information."
            sections: ["admin""security"]
          ,
            title: "Programming Stardog"
            subtitle: "Everything from reasoning, data validation, and SPARQL to programming Stardog with Java, JavaScript, and many other languages. Includes the documentation for Stardog Web."
            sections: [
              'java''web''icv''owl2''http''spring''groovy'
              ,
                title: 'Programming with Javascript'
                text:"The documentation for <a href=\"http://clarkparsia.github.io/stardog.js\">stardog.js</a>, which is available on <a href=\"https://github.com/clarkparsia/stardog.js\">Github</a> and <a href=\"http://docs.stardog.com/\">npm</a>."
            ]
          ,
            title: "Understanding Stardog"
            subtitle: "Background information on tuning, terminology, known issues, compatibility policies, etc."
            sections: [
              'manpages''performance''faq'
              ,
                title: "Stardog Compatibility Policies"
                text: "A statement of the policies we will pursue in evolving Stardog beyond the 1.0 release."
              ,
                title: "Known Issues"
                text: "Click here first before reporting an issue or bug."
              ,
                title: "Terminology"
                text: "A glossary of technical terms used in these docs."
            ]
          ]

Plugin commissioned by Clark & Parsia and developed by MDM.