Released: This is a new module that will be released soon - the purpose is to allow you to create help pages in the admin. This differs from the Admin Help module in the approach, and will be kept totally separate. The Admin Help modules provides the ability to make a help tab on any page edit screen (and optionally make that pop up in a lightbox), as well as a single process page showing all of the help pages in a single accordion. This module's workflow is different - first you can create your help pages any way you want using any template and any field for the body text. You can create unlimited admin help pages, using ProcessDocumentation, select the page to display, and then users can click on that in your menu to access the help page. You can create a folder structure by creating a top level menu item using ProcessList, and then various help pages under that parent using ProcessDocumentation. The module comes with 2 internally used textformatters, one of them adds classes needed to the markup for some elements to allow styling within the content and not conflict with admin theme rules (e.g. ol, ul, blockquote, table etc.). The other textformatter allows you to implement jQueryUI tabs within your help page, using a simple shortcode/token format. The styling for the jQueryTabs widget matches that of the standard processwire admin theme tabs, so that users will feel familiar with the interface. Instructions: 1) Install the ProcessDocumentation module. It will also install the 2 textformatters. You don't need to apply those textformatters to any field, they are just used internally by the module and called in the correct order to make them work. 2) Select the field to use for the content display (e.g. body). 3) Create your content. If you want to use tabs, this is the syntax: {tab=My First Tab} Some content {tab=My 2nd Tab} Some more content {/tabs} Make sure to close the tabs or the page will break... you need 2 or more tabs for it to work. You can only currently have 1 set of tabs per page. You should be able to safely use lists and tables. 4) Create the process page under the admin. Select ProcessDocumentation as the process and then select the page to show from the tree. 5) Now you should have the menu item in your menu if you are using Reno it will be on the left, and under a parent if you setup a parent in the tree. Clicking on that will render the help page. This example uses 7 tabs. If you are superuser, you will see the edit process settings. Other users will see the edit content only, which allows them to edit the content of the help doc, make corrections or additions. If you need to prevent access to any documentation pages by any role, you just add the name of the process page to the permissions and then don't check it for that role. The module has a defined permissionMethod that checks to see if that permission is defined, and then if the user has it. Not defining individual help page permissions means they are visible to anyone with the documentation permission. There is more work to be done on CSS, and other small details.