On the Web, we've become accustomed to content that goes beyond text. GitBook lets you add semantics and interaction to your content.
Provide a great way to bring the reader's attention to specific elements. Here are some examples:
You can structure your content in tabs. Here is an example that list instructions relevant to specific platforms:
Here are the instructions concerning Windows
Here are the instructions concerning OSX
Here are the instructions concerning Linux
If some tabs titles are repeated across the page, switching to a given tab will automatically switch to this tab for the rest of the page.
Here are more instructions concerning Windows
If you picked OSX earlier, this should become the default active tab.
If you picked Linux earlier, this should become the default active tab.
You can find below a live example of what an API method block looks like. Notice how it becomes accessible from the page's table of content on the right side. To create an API method block, open the commands palette using the
+ on the left, or hitting