We’ve got a brand new Kinsta “Docs” site!

Customer feedback and extensive research have provided great insight into the most important things you look for when it comes to documentation. We’ve used this information to overhaul our Docs pages and make it easier for you to find what you need when you need it.

What’s New?

Here are some of the improvements now live on our English-language Docs site:

New Homepage

The new homepage includes links to all of our product documentation areas as well as links to our quick start guides for application and static site hosting.

A screenshot of the new design for documenation pages.
A look at the new design for Kinsta’s documentation.

New Search

Previously, when you searched anywhere on Kinsta’s website, results could come from Docs, our Knowledge Base, and our Blog. Now, when you search within Docs, you get just documentation results. That means it’s now easier to find the help you’re looking for.

We’ve also added search suggestions, showing the top 20 results for your search. You can also see all search results on one page with a description of what each document contains.

New Navigation

The new Docs navigation on the left makes it easier to see what’s included within each area of the documentation so you can find what you need for each product.

Within each Docs page, you now have access to in-page navigation on the right so that you can jump straight to a specific section of an article. This navigation is anchored in place, so no matter where you are in the document, the links are right there.

More Related Information

We’ve also now included related links within most documents so you can find more information through additional resources related to the same subject.

Documentation in Other Languages

We’re working on moving documentation in the non-English languages we support into the new Docs layout. Until then, help in those languages will continue to be updated.

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