Commit c47cab6a authored by xurizaemon's avatar xurizaemon

Drop use of term "books". Refs #56.

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<h2>Extension-specific Docs</h2>
<p>Extensions can be installed within CiviCRM to provide new functionality not
available in core. Below are extensions-specific documentation for those
extensions which have documentation provided - currently only a small fraction of
<a href="https://civicrm.org/extensions">all available extensions</a>.</p>
available in core. Below are extensions-specific documentation for those extensions which
have documentation provided on this site - currently only a small fraction of
<a href="https://civicrm.org/extensions">all available extensions</a>. If your extension(s)
don't have docs here, there may be a </p>
{% include 'AppBundle:Read:book_list.html.twig' with {books: extensions_books} %}
<p>If your extension isn't listed above, it may still have documentation in another location.
Here are some places you can look:
<ul>
<li>The extension's website as listed in the <a href="https://civicrm.org/extensions/">CiviCRM Extensions Directory</a></li>
<li>The "Documentation" link when viewing the extension details in CiviCRM at Admin ➡ Settings ➡ Extensions</li>
<li>If no luck there, find the extension online and look for documentation</li>
<li>Finally, consider contributing to documentation for the extension - the first step is to open an issue on the extension's issue tracker!</li>
</ul>
<p>If you are an extensions maintainer, you may follow these instructions to
<a href="https://docs.civicrm.org/dev/en/latest/documentation/extensions/">
add documentation for your extension</a>.</p>
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