The structure of documentation is quite important. A well structured page should be designed to navigate the reader through the content with ease—leveraging content hierarchies, well defined content headings, and linking to relevant content.
This particular page is utilizing six elements of structure.
- Hierarchical Headings
- A Table of Contents
- A Children Display
- A label
- Linking to relevant content
- Each page should have a relevant title, which is formats as Heading 1 text, followed by text, formatted as a Paragraph.
- Any and all content used should be clearly identified, using an appropriate headings and linking to relevant content.
- Avoid overly long pages by creating an explainer (parent) page linking to child pages with an automatically generated Children Display.
- Every page must have the iSchool label.