@sir thank you!
@sir woah, the way you built an interactive manual without a single line of JS is really interesting! (and the project idea itself is cool, too!)
Also, if you're making a browser and don't want to implement both JS and CSS (both of which are massive AFAIK), then implementing CSS but no JS would be probably a better idea than JS but no CSS.
@sir you're not a real programmer unless you've embarrassed yourself with git-send-email!
Awesome! This is a wonderful contribution to open source. I will share this with my team!
@sir I clicked one of those collapsed section headers expecting it to not work and... it worked. Going to read this entire thing now just for that.
@sir Getting a bug where going to a longer step (step four) starts me off on a scrolled-down part of the page. This is not expected behaviour - when I go from step three to step four, I expect to see the start of step four, not the middle.
@expectocode the latter perhaps
@sir that would also make the forward/back browser buttons work as expected.
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