Hide GitBook trademark "Powered by GitBook"
The trademark visible to visitors of a GitBook space could be hidden as an option. This option would probably be reserved to non-free plans.
Allow pages to be hidden
When a page has been written but it's not quite time to show it, allow the user to hide the page. A workaround is to make a page only a draft—but that doesn't work on pages that have already been published.
Action to duplicate pages
Very useful, if you've many api methods to clone pages and change the parameters.
GitBook applications for iOS and Android. Let us know what you'd like to do with a mobile version :)
Allow users to test APIs with mock requests in browser. Allow admins to determine if this is active
CryptoCRIT is an open-source Cryptocurrency project which facilitates a Cryptocurrency wallet for making payments. The associated Cryptocurrency is called CritCoin. https://github.com/rgab1508/CryptoCRIT
Currently an image covers the whole width. Instead let the user control the image's width and allow them to arrange in grid.
Old Gitbook.com v3.2 supported HTML iframes, which are essential for my interactive tutorials like this https://www.datavizforall.org/leaflet/with-google-sheets/#try-it Please bring back iframe support in GitBook beta
Hi! i've just try GitBook for my little doc but some of my audience tell about sidebar that hiding the content so they can't read my gitbook page. [IMG 1] So i try to CTRL+S my gitbook then add some css prefixer for older browser and it works ! [IMG 2] You may try this page on old browser such as Safari7 or Samsung Browser http://wahyusa.github.io/friendly-gitbook So, we may add new option in settings about "Enable Potato Mode" that adding older css prefixer or make it enable as default. Generally my audience is non-IT person that may didn't care about updating modern browser.