Commit d8973b52 authored by gisle's avatar gisle
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Added instructions about enabling advanced help search to help files

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<p>The help texts can be placed in a hierarchy, allowing for top down
navigation of help.</p>
<p>The hierarchy is tied into Drupal's search system. If this is
enabled, all help texts are fully indexed. This means that the entire
contents of the advanced help set of pages can be searched for
keywords.</p>
<p>The hierarchy is tied into Drupal's search system. If advanced help
search is enabled, all help texts are fully indexed. This means that
the entire contents of the advanced help set of pages can be searched
for keywords.</p>
<h2 id="use">Using the module</h2>
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......@@ -139,8 +139,14 @@ that merits protection from direct access.</p>
<h2 id="search">Search</h2>
<p>To enable advanced help search, navigate to
<em>Administration → Configuration → Search and metadata → Search settings</em>.
Scroll down to <em>Active search modules</em> and tick the box to the
left of “Advanced help”. The search form will appear on the uop of
the advanced help admin page.</p>
<p>If the core <strong>Search</strong> module is enabled, the contents
of the advanced help framework will be indexed on cron. If you enable
new modules or themes and wish to immediately index their help text,
navigate to <em>Administration → Reports → Status report</em> and click the link
“run cron manually”.</p>
navigate to <em>Administration → Reports → Status report</em> and
click the link “run cron manually”.</p>
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