Hey @Brian_Sheridan ,
I'm Shannon from K15t, and I wanted to jump in here as we have a couple apps that could be interesting to you for this use case.
Scroll Viewport helps you present your documentation as a help center or website (as JP noted above). We recently released a new theme that makes it easy to customize to your liking without writing any code. We use the theme ourselves for our K15t help center, so you can have a look at a live example (https://help.k15t.com/) to see what’s possible with the setup. Everything you see there is what's customizable in the theme, so logos, colors, layouts, navigation, etc. This app is available for Server and Data Center.
Scroll Documents is another option if you need to make your docs publicly available. It's more lightweight on the customization end, but offers a lot of benefits for the authoring side of things like versioning, a great diffing feature, and an integration with our Exporter apps. Here’s a blog post that outlines this solution and it's available for Cloud and Server.
If you have any questions, we'd happy to help or show you a demo. Just get in touch with us: email@example.com.
Yes. You can use Confluence for publicly accessible documentation. You need to allow anonymous access in your system administration settings.
On branding, Confluence can be customized using native and marketplace app features. The following links could be a good starting point:
I hope that helps!
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