Documentation Standard

This document will serve as a guide and example of some rules that need to be followed in order to contribute to the documentation.

We use a mix of markdown and HTML tags to customize the documentation along with an extra.css file.


  • Leave always an empty line between sections and at the end of the document.
  • Writting should not exceed 100 columns, except for HTML related content, markdown tables, code snipets and referenced links.
  • If an inline link exceeds the limit, use referenced [name][reference_link] markdown notation [reference_link]: https:// rather than [name](https://).
  • Use <br> to make inline jumps rather than leaving two spaces at the end of a line.
  • Use <h1>Title</h1> at the beggining of a new page in order to make a Title or <hx>Heading<hx> to make a heading that won't show on the navigation bar.
  • Use ------ underlining a Heading or # hierarchy to make headings and show them in the navigation bar.


  • Documentation generated via python scripts like PythonAPI reference

Handy markdown cheatsheet.