More pages

If you need more pages, you can simply create more markdown files in your docsify directory. If you create a file named guide.md, then it is accessible via /#/guide.

For example, the directory structure is as follows:

.
└── docs
    ├── README.md
    ├── guide.md
    └── zh-cn
        ├── README.md
        └── guide.md

Matching routes

docs/README.md        => http://domain.com
docs/guide.md         => http://domain.com/#/guide
docs/zh-cn/README.md  => http://domain.com/#/zh-cn/
docs/zh-cn/guide.md   => http://domain.com/#/zh-cn/guide

In order to have sidebar, then you can create your own _sidebar.md (see this documentation's sidebar for an example):

First, you need to set loadSidebar to true. Details are available in the configuration paragraph.

<!-- index.html -->

<script>
  window.$docsify = {
    loadSidebar: true
  }
</script>
<script src="//cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/docsify/lib/docsify.min.js"></script>

Create the _sidebar.md:

<!-- docs/_sidebar.md -->

* [Home](/)
* [Guide](guide.md)

You need to create a .nojekyll in ./docs to prevent GitHub Pages from ignoring files that begin with an underscore.

Nested Sidebars

You may want the sidebar to update with only navigation to reflect the current directory. This can be done by adding a _sidebar.md file to each folder.

_sidebar.md is loaded from each level directory. If the current directory doesn't have _sidebar.md, it will fall back to the parent directory. If, for example, the current path is /guide/quick-start, the _sidebar.md will be loaded from /guide/_sidebar.md.

You can specify alias to avoid unnecessary fallback.

<script>
  window.$docsify = {
    loadSidebar: true,
    alias: {
      '/.*/_sidebar.md': '/_sidebar.md'
    }
  }
</script>

You can create a README.md file in a subdirectory to use it as the landing page for the route.

Set Page Titles from Sidebar Selection

A page's title tag is generated from the selected sidebar item name. For better SEO, you can customize the title by specifying a string after the filename.

<!-- docs/_sidebar.md -->
* [Home](/)
* [Guide](guide.md "The greatest guide in the world")

Table of Contents

Once you've created _sidebar.md, the sidebar content is automatically generated based on the headers in the markdown files.

A custom sidebar can also automatically generate a table of contents by setting a subMaxLevel, compare subMaxLevel configuration.

<!-- index.html -->

<script>
  window.$docsify = {
    loadSidebar: true,
    subMaxLevel: 2
  }
</script>
<script src="//cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/docsify/lib/docsify.min.js"></script>

Ignoring Subheaders

When subMaxLevel is set, each header is automatically added to the table of contents by default. If you want to ignore a specific header, add {docsify-ignore} to it.

# Getting Started

## Header {docsify-ignore}

This header won't appear in the sidebar table of contents.

To ignore all headers on a specific page, you can use {docsify-ignore-all} on the first header of the page.

# Getting Started {docsify-ignore-all}

## Header

This header won't appear in the sidebar table of contents.

Both {docsify-ignore} and {docsify-ignore-all} will not be rendered on the page when used.