Documentation & Training Materials
The WebLion site provides how-tos, best practices, use cases, training, and other information on installing, running and integrating, developing for, and managing content on Plone.
WebLion's extensive documentation is one of the primary sources of information about installing, running, developing for, and managing content on Plone. Programmers, sysadmins, content specialists, and other experts across the Plone community regularly contribute to the WebLion Wiki.
WebLion's Doc Group consists of Penn Staters interested in managing documentation on the wiki and elsewhere and contributing their own how-tos, case studies, best-practice recommendations, and other materials.
Many of these authors have also contributed to documentation at Plone.org.
Main areas needing prioritization & work:
- How to store data from PFG to relational db
- How to do Users Groups
- Beginner/intermediate-friendly content types fields manual
- Beginner/intermediate-friendly developer manual
- Continue expanding products-from-scratch manual
- How to use Faculty-Staff Directory
- How to extend & customize Faculty-Staff Directory
- Best practices for findability - SEO - IA - accessibility
- Best practices for content strategy
- Best practices for integrating social media into Plone
- Debugging products
- Test-driven Plone development
- Diagrams of Plone development layers
- Improve searchability of docs on plone.org
- Provide links to related topics
- Rating, tagging, & commenting documentation
Related Plone plug-ins:
Plone Help Center
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