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This documentation uses a few conventions that may be unfamiliar, but should be fairly intuitive. Here's a few more details to help you get comfortable.
When you see something like Administer > Site Building > Modules
(admin/build/modules), the first part is a menu path, so you would begin by clicking on Administer in your Open Atrium site and would continue until clicking on Modules. The second part is the path, which you can add to the domain of your site. This path, for example, would be http://example.com/admin/build/modules.
Whenever you see the Administer menu item, it is referring the Administer tab in the Admin toolbar. You can read more about the Admin toolbar here.
See also section
The See also section that appears below most pages contains links to other pages either on this site or on another site that was referenced somewhere in the current document.
Below is an ultra-brief summary of main documentation sections. You can see an outline with more details on the documentation home page.
- Introduction: General information
- Installation, Hosting and Upgrading: How to install, manage upgrades and improve performance.
- Content and Configuration: Managing content and configuring the site through the user interface.
- Customization and Development: Customizing to include new features or overriding existing features.
- 3rd Party Integration: How to connect up to third party features and services.
- Contribute to Open Atrium: How to contribute translations, documentation or code.
- Support: How to get help, plus troubleshooting FAQs.
- Appendix: Items related to documentation but not actually part of it.
This documentation is a community-driven wiki, which means that if you see something missing or inaccurate, you can help fellow users and immortalize your name by updating the docs yourself. Read the Contributing Documentation section for more information.