Nov 23, 2012 at 7:46 PM
Edited Nov 23, 2012 at 7:52 PM
simply didn't resize to the full window's width. I tried my best to investigate it, but it's beyond my abilities as I'm not an expert in modern web programming.
So I fell back to using ImmDoc.NET. I forked the project and fixed the bugs that stopped me from using it (wrong namespace order in TOC and crash on public nested classes). Everything works well now and API reference
looks almost the same in Chrome and IE8/9. Here is an updated version:
The good thing is that ImmDocNet is tiny (I easily figured out how to hack it) and runs at least 20 times as fast as Sandcastle. The generated files are much smaller. I think it's not that hard to tweak the output templates (in particular, CSS), to make
it look more MSDN-like.
BTW, I really liked GitHub pages hosting. Version control for the website is a definitely great thing.