LibreDoc walkthrough is a set of articles dedicated to the discovery of our user interface and the key concepts behind it.
This second video digs into the content editor and how simple it is.
We have removed all formatting options from the interface, and we focus on content and its semantic.
Entering content should be as simple as this. The system is automatically dividing the content into blocks and through the use of very simple shortcuts, you’ll be able to organise them into a node structure. The node structure is the basic semantic information that you can provide to LibreDoc. It will be used by the engine to determine which core layout element will be applied and thus, to build the final format.