Description of problem:
When a user or potential user visits the web site, the documentation is viewable
but not easily downloadable or printable. We do not have:
- tarballs of chunked HTML of each doc
- no-chunked HTML versions with a nice printable CSS that makes printing from
web browsers elegant
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Try to print a document from the web site.
Cry when you see ugly result. Give up hope of happiness, preferring instead to
trudge once more to Mo's Tavern to drown sorrows in a vat of Duff Beer.
A beautiful, elegantly styled document that shows off the tremendous talent and
sheer virtuosity of the Fedora Documentation Project contributors.
Duff is a trademark of Duff Breweries, Inc. Springfield, USA and is used not by
permission but through sheer hubris, chutzpah and fiat.
So... if we provide a multi-page HTML, single-page HTML, and a PDF for each of our guides, would that be good?
Closing this one for now. We'll make it standard procedure to create all Publican-based guides in HTML (multi-page), HTML (single-page), and PDF.