New in GitBook: Upgrade your public docs with powerful new customization tools

Product updates

Product updates

Product updates

Product updates

28 Jun 2023

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Our latest release is all about customization, and includes some options and tools that we know you’ve been asking for. As well as new page options that give you more control over individual pages in a space, we’ve also added a light and dark mode toggle for public spaces, new color and logo settings, and full-width blocks that let your content breathe.

There’s a lot to talk about with this one, so let’s dive in.

Set up every page the way you want

Want more control? The new Page Options menu lets you customize individual pages within your space. That’s right — you can now choose overall options for every page in the space’s Customize menu, but then select different settings for individual pages if you want.

And there are plenty of options — from resizing your cover image to disabling your page title, and much more.

And the best news? These new options are just a click away at the top of every page. All you have to is hover over the area and the button will appear.

These more granular controls mean you can give every page its own identity. Which is ideal if you want to create a landing page — especially when you combine these controls with our improved cards…

Card improvements

Cards are a fundamental block in GitBook, and now we’ve made them easier to use. First, we’ve improved the card menu to make things a little clearer. We’ve also added the option to reorder cards by dragging — which we know you’ve been asking for.

And of course, cards look great in full-width (more on that below). These small changes all add up to a big improvement in the way cards work — we can’t wait to see what you to do with them.

Dark mode and header customization

Next up, we have a brand new control that you can enable for your public documentation — a light and dark mode toggle. Now, your readers can choose their viewing mode for your public documentation.

Simply enable the toggle in the Customize menu and your users can select their preferred view from the top navigation bar of your public pages.

We’ve also added new color customization options — and naturally they play nicely with the view mode toggle, too. Now, you can set primary, header and link colors for both light and dark mode, for ultimate personalization. You can even upload a different logo for the two modes, so your brand always looks its best 💅

Full-width blocks

Last, but by no means least with this release, you now have the option to set blocks to span the full width of your content — helping you create a clear visual hierarchy. This is perfect for giving images the attention they deserve, and tables more space to breathe, but it looks great with a whole range of block types. Try building a landing page with them, or even just testing it out on a card block, to see what mean.

There’s more to come

We’ve been working super hard this year to bring you some big improvements to GitBook. This latest release marks our continued commitment to empowering you with new ways to share your knowledge, and we still have so much more to come. Stay tuned for more updates — we’ll have something else to share very soon…

Our latest release is all about customization, and includes some options and tools that we know you’ve been asking for. As well as new page options that give you more control over individual pages in a space, we’ve also added a light and dark mode toggle for public spaces, new color and logo settings, and full-width blocks that let your content breathe.

There’s a lot to talk about with this one, so let’s dive in.

Set up every page the way you want

Want more control? The new Page Options menu lets you customize individual pages within your space. That’s right — you can now choose overall options for every page in the space’s Customize menu, but then select different settings for individual pages if you want.

And there are plenty of options — from resizing your cover image to disabling your page title, and much more.

And the best news? These new options are just a click away at the top of every page. All you have to is hover over the area and the button will appear.

These more granular controls mean you can give every page its own identity. Which is ideal if you want to create a landing page — especially when you combine these controls with our improved cards…

Card improvements

Cards are a fundamental block in GitBook, and now we’ve made them easier to use. First, we’ve improved the card menu to make things a little clearer. We’ve also added the option to reorder cards by dragging — which we know you’ve been asking for.

And of course, cards look great in full-width (more on that below). These small changes all add up to a big improvement in the way cards work — we can’t wait to see what you to do with them.

Dark mode and header customization

Next up, we have a brand new control that you can enable for your public documentation — a light and dark mode toggle. Now, your readers can choose their viewing mode for your public documentation.

Simply enable the toggle in the Customize menu and your users can select their preferred view from the top navigation bar of your public pages.

We’ve also added new color customization options — and naturally they play nicely with the view mode toggle, too. Now, you can set primary, header and link colors for both light and dark mode, for ultimate personalization. You can even upload a different logo for the two modes, so your brand always looks its best 💅

Full-width blocks

Last, but by no means least with this release, you now have the option to set blocks to span the full width of your content — helping you create a clear visual hierarchy. This is perfect for giving images the attention they deserve, and tables more space to breathe, but it looks great with a whole range of block types. Try building a landing page with them, or even just testing it out on a card block, to see what mean.

There’s more to come

We’ve been working super hard this year to bring you some big improvements to GitBook. This latest release marks our continued commitment to empowering you with new ways to share your knowledge, and we still have so much more to come. Stay tuned for more updates — we’ll have something else to share very soon…

Our latest release is all about customization, and includes some options and tools that we know you’ve been asking for. As well as new page options that give you more control over individual pages in a space, we’ve also added a light and dark mode toggle for public spaces, new color and logo settings, and full-width blocks that let your content breathe.

There’s a lot to talk about with this one, so let’s dive in.

Set up every page the way you want

Want more control? The new Page Options menu lets you customize individual pages within your space. That’s right — you can now choose overall options for every page in the space’s Customize menu, but then select different settings for individual pages if you want.

And there are plenty of options — from resizing your cover image to disabling your page title, and much more.

And the best news? These new options are just a click away at the top of every page. All you have to is hover over the area and the button will appear.

These more granular controls mean you can give every page its own identity. Which is ideal if you want to create a landing page — especially when you combine these controls with our improved cards…

Card improvements

Cards are a fundamental block in GitBook, and now we’ve made them easier to use. First, we’ve improved the card menu to make things a little clearer. We’ve also added the option to reorder cards by dragging — which we know you’ve been asking for.

And of course, cards look great in full-width (more on that below). These small changes all add up to a big improvement in the way cards work — we can’t wait to see what you to do with them.

Dark mode and header customization

Next up, we have a brand new control that you can enable for your public documentation — a light and dark mode toggle. Now, your readers can choose their viewing mode for your public documentation.

Simply enable the toggle in the Customize menu and your users can select their preferred view from the top navigation bar of your public pages.

We’ve also added new color customization options — and naturally they play nicely with the view mode toggle, too. Now, you can set primary, header and link colors for both light and dark mode, for ultimate personalization. You can even upload a different logo for the two modes, so your brand always looks its best 💅

Full-width blocks

Last, but by no means least with this release, you now have the option to set blocks to span the full width of your content — helping you create a clear visual hierarchy. This is perfect for giving images the attention they deserve, and tables more space to breathe, but it looks great with a whole range of block types. Try building a landing page with them, or even just testing it out on a card block, to see what mean.

There’s more to come

We’ve been working super hard this year to bring you some big improvements to GitBook. This latest release marks our continued commitment to empowering you with new ways to share your knowledge, and we still have so much more to come. Stay tuned for more updates — we’ll have something else to share very soon…

Our latest release is all about customization, and includes some options and tools that we know you’ve been asking for. As well as new page options that give you more control over individual pages in a space, we’ve also added a light and dark mode toggle for public spaces, new color and logo settings, and full-width blocks that let your content breathe.

There’s a lot to talk about with this one, so let’s dive in.

Set up every page the way you want

Want more control? The new Page Options menu lets you customize individual pages within your space. That’s right — you can now choose overall options for every page in the space’s Customize menu, but then select different settings for individual pages if you want.

And there are plenty of options — from resizing your cover image to disabling your page title, and much more.

And the best news? These new options are just a click away at the top of every page. All you have to is hover over the area and the button will appear.

These more granular controls mean you can give every page its own identity. Which is ideal if you want to create a landing page — especially when you combine these controls with our improved cards…

Card improvements

Cards are a fundamental block in GitBook, and now we’ve made them easier to use. First, we’ve improved the card menu to make things a little clearer. We’ve also added the option to reorder cards by dragging — which we know you’ve been asking for.

And of course, cards look great in full-width (more on that below). These small changes all add up to a big improvement in the way cards work — we can’t wait to see what you to do with them.

Dark mode and header customization

Next up, we have a brand new control that you can enable for your public documentation — a light and dark mode toggle. Now, your readers can choose their viewing mode for your public documentation.

Simply enable the toggle in the Customize menu and your users can select their preferred view from the top navigation bar of your public pages.

We’ve also added new color customization options — and naturally they play nicely with the view mode toggle, too. Now, you can set primary, header and link colors for both light and dark mode, for ultimate personalization. You can even upload a different logo for the two modes, so your brand always looks its best 💅

Full-width blocks

Last, but by no means least with this release, you now have the option to set blocks to span the full width of your content — helping you create a clear visual hierarchy. This is perfect for giving images the attention they deserve, and tables more space to breathe, but it looks great with a whole range of block types. Try building a landing page with them, or even just testing it out on a card block, to see what mean.

There’s more to come

We’ve been working super hard this year to bring you some big improvements to GitBook. This latest release marks our continued commitment to empowering you with new ways to share your knowledge, and we still have so much more to come. Stay tuned for more updates — we’ll have something else to share very soon…

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