This page shows how to create a new topic for the Kubernetes docs.
Create a fork of the Kubernetes documentation repository as described in Creating a Documentation Pull Request.
As you prepare to write a new topic, think about which of these page types is the best fit for your content:
|Task||A task page shows how to do a single thing, typically by giving a short sequence of steps. Task pages have minimal explanation, but often provide links to conceptual topics that provide related background and knowledge.|
|Tutorial||A tutorial page shows how to accomplish a goal that is larger than a single task. Typically a tutorial page has several sections, each of which has a sequence of steps. For example, a tutorial might provide a walkthrough of a code sample that illustrates a certain feature of Kubernetes. Tutorials can include surface-level explanations, but should link to related concept topics for deep explanations.|
|Concept||A concept page explains some aspect of Kubernetes. For example, a concept page might describe the Kubernetes Deployment object and explain the role it plays as an application is deployed, scaled, and updated. Typically, concept pages don't include sequences of steps, but instead provide links to tasks or tutorials.|
Each page type has a template that you can use as you write your topic. Using templates helps ensure consistency among topics of a given type.
Choose a title that has the keywords you want search engines to find.
Create a filename that uses the words in your title separated by hyphens.
For example, the topic with title
Using an HTTP Proxy to Access the Kubernetes API
http-proxy-access-api.md. You don’t need to put
“kubernetes” in the filename, because “kubernetes” is already in the
URL for the topic, for example:
Depending on your page type, put your new file in a subdirectory of one of these:
You can put your file in an existing subdirectory, or you can create a new subdirectory.
Depending page type, create an entry in one of these files: