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Bellota-Themes
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What documentation is required for a css menu?

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KBRmedia
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Simply explaining how to use the menu and it’s features (show full codes). Also if you can, show how to modify the CSS style (colors, width, height…) I would also write notes about compatibility and if any, about issues, especially cross-browser issues.

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CodBits
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Simply explaining how to use the menu and it’s features (show full codes). Also if you can, show how to modify the CSS style (colors, width, height…) I would also write notes about compatibility and if any, about issues, especially cross-browser issues.
I guess it would be nice if you provide guidelines in the css file as comment. It would be much more easier for buyer to customize.
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JMDDesigns
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Use this awesome tool provided by a fellow Envato member. You can create documents easily with it, and it’s clean and easier to read than just jotting it out through Word.

Apart from that, you need to include information mainly on the CSS . Try including all of it with the Documenter below. It has a function for syntax highlighting. Then talk about how you would go about changing the colors, the display properties – is it fixed, fluid and so on. Don’t forget to mention the HTML markup. You need every little bit of detail about it to make it successful for the buyer to use.


If you look at most jQuery/HTML/CSS tutorials out there, try follow their layout of how to install the menu and so on. I normally create around 10 sections:

  • Introduction
  • Files & Structure
  • Installation (Normally with different methods)
  • Using the Product
  • The HTML Markup
  • The CSS
  • The jQuery
  • Code Jargon (example: ”.container” – This holds the content. You can change it’s width responsively by X & Y)
  • FAQ & Support
  • Final Words and Credits

Take your time with it and don’t rush :)

Documenter: http://revaxarts-themes.com/documenter/
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