# Did docs.julialang.org move?

#1

http://docs.julialang.org/ gives me a 404 error.

#2

It should work now. We’re in the process of moving to the (much nicer) new manual in Markdown, but once things are set up all old links and things will work.

#3

The CSS and image links aren’t working for me (though that could be a DNS issue).

#4

That’s great! I’m looking forward to it. Thanks for the update!

#5

It was Jekyll ignoring all directories beginning with an underscore. Should be all better now I think.

#6

All old links don’t work but everything is fine if you start your search from scratch. See the two links below for the difference.

So far I don’t see any visual differences but the search speed is greatly improved. Thanks for updating it.

Old

http://docs.julialang.org/en/release-0.5/manual/style-guide/?highlight=Naming#use-naming-conventions-consistent-with-julia-s-base


New

http://docs.julialang.org/en/release-0.5/manual/style-guide.html?highlight=Naming#use-naming-conventions-consistent-with-julia-s-base


Instead of style-guide/?highlight it’s style-guide.html?highlight.

#7

I’ve reverted the URL changes since that was an unintentional change.

We should be able to make things even faster by bundling all the deps rather than using a cdn like we are currently. Also, I’d like to switch to using https://github.com/Khan/KaTeX instead of mathjax if it supports everything we need since from some initial testing it seems to be a lot faster. We’ll also switch over to using https://github.com/JuliaDocs/Highlights.jl for code highlighting at some point as well so that we can pre-render code blocks.

#8

Does this error have to do with the move?:

http://docs.julialang.org/en/latest/manual/introduction/

latest, not stable, used to work… I hope the broken links I’ve seen are temporary.