How to write docs

## is used to write a h2 header. Each document must start with a h2 header. This is to support appium.io docs generation. Don't use the --- underline method of creating headers. Don't use h1 # or === for heading as it is not supported for table of contents (folder name is used as h1).

Subheaders

### is used to write subheaders.

Regular headers

#### is used for headers that don't appear in the table of contents. Don't use h5 #####, or h6 ######.

Line breaks

Don't use line breaks such as -- or ---.

Linking

Link to the readme:

[readme](../../README.md)

Link to contributing:

[contributing](../../CONTRIBUTING.md)

Link to another document

[link text](filename.md)

Writing Commands Documents

The command documents located in docs/en/commands, are generated docs and aren't meant to be edited directly. The command documentation is defined in commands-yml/commands.

Generating Commands Documents

To generate the commands docs, run npm run generate-docs. This will generate the markdown files in docs/en/commands and then they need to be committed and pushed.

Adding Documents to Appium.io

Markdown files in docs/ aren't automatically added to the site. To add a document to https://appium.io you need to add it as an entry in the appropriate location in the table of contents, toc.js

Publishing

To publish documentation on appium.io see appium.io.