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I want to create a developers portal for API documentation. I'd like the site/space to look more like a website than an online Help. Has anyone else done something like this? I know I can use code blocks for HTML, but I'd like the space to be even more "web-sitey" than that. I'd love to hear how your turned out.
You could eventually approach this from a different angle. There is a popular app called Viewport which will take the content in your Confluence and generate an actual website from it. You have great control over "generate" and use your preferred look, layout, design, etc.
There are several companies who work this way and produce professional documentation sites like this one.