grav-learn - Grav Learn (exhaustive grav documentation)

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This is the repository for all the functionality of https://learn.getgrav.org. It is what we call a skeleton in that it's drop-in replacement for the user/ folder in Grav. At this point the required plugins and vendor libraries should be installed, and your learn site should be fully functional.

http://learn.getgrav.org
https://github.com/getgrav/grav-learn

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