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Cloudflare’s docs and Docs Engine

This guide is for contributors to @cloudflare/cloudflare-docs and @cloudflare-docs-engine. To review the full contribution guidelines for these repositories, see Contributing to Cloudflare's Documentation.

The Cloudflare Docs Engine is based on Gatsby, and enables developers to quickly build out docs sites by allowing them to focus on the Markdown content.

Authors can leverage the power of MDX by building custom components or utilize the powerful built-in components.


How to contribute to Cloudflare's docs

Two ways to contribute

1. GitHub website

Live docs pages feature a Edit on GitHub link in the footer. Clicking this link will automatically take you to that page’s associated .md file in the repo.

From there you, make sure you’re signed into GitHub. Once signed in, you’ll be able to click the pencil icon in the top right corner of the file to start editing the document right from within the browser.

GitHub will then guide you through making a commit and ultimately a pull request with your proposed change.

2. Local development

For changes you’d like to test locally before committing them, or changes made to multiple files at once, you’ll want to set up a local development environment.


How to contribute to Docs Engine

To contribute, just make a pull request on @cloudflare/cloudflare-docs-engine.

There are a number of open issues we would love the community’s help with solving.