This document describes how to deliver your documentation to your content consumers after you have finished the authoring process.
Publish documentation to a publication space
After you are finished writing your documentation in a documentation space, the first step is to publish it to a publication space. Publication spaces are where your documentation is made made available to readers – either by publishing the content to the web, or by exporting content to a file.
Publishing a version in a documentation space duplicates all the pages and content from a certain version and in a certain language in the publication space. To publish a documentation, open the documentation, open the versions dropdown, and click Publish Version:
Deliver the content to your users
There are two ways of delivering content in publication spaces to your users;
- Publish it to the web – either in the standard Enlite view, or with a customized theme for complete control over styling
- Export the docs to PDF or HTML for offline access
Publish to the web
There are two methods of publishing your content to the web.
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Share the Enlite publication space
Deliver the docs directly to readers by making the publication space publicly available (see Confluence docs)
Use a viewport
Export to a file
If you want to make your documentation available offline, you can export it to a PDF or HTML file using the integrated exporters. These exporters are powered by Scroll PDF Exporter and Scroll HTML Exporter for Confluence: