Documentation that simply works
A Material Design theme for MkDocs
Write your documentation in Markdown and create a professional static site for your Open Source or commercial project in minutes – searchable, customizable, more than 50 languages, for all devices.
Check out the demo – squidfunk.github.io/mkdocs-material.
Everything you would expect
It's just Markdown
Works on all devices
Serve your documentation with confidence – Material for MkDocs automatically adapts to perfectly fit the available screen estate, no matter the type or size of the viewing device. Desktop. Tablet. Mobile. All great.
Made to measure
Make it yours – change the colors, fonts, language, icons, logo, and more with a few lines of configuration. Material for MkDocs can be easily extended and provides many options to alter appearance and behavior.
Fast and lightweight
Don't let your users wait – get incredible value with a small footprint by using one of the fastest themes available with excellent performance, yielding optimal search engine rankings and happy users that return.
Built for everyone
Make accessibility a priority – users can navigate your documentation with touch devices, keyboards, and screen readers. Semantic markup ensures that your documentation works for everyone.
Trust 10,000+ users – choose a mature and actively maintained solution built with state-of-the-art Open Source technologies. Keep ownership of your content without fear of vendor lock-in. Licensed under MIT.
Material for MkDocs can be installed with
pip install mkdocs-material
Add the following lines to
theme: name: material
For detailed installation instructions, configuration options, and a demo, visit squidfunk.github.io/mkdocs-material
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