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Team Page

If you would like to introduce your team, you may use Team components to construct the Team Page. There're 2 ways of using these components. One is to embbed it in doc page, and another is to create a full Team Page.

Show team members in a page

You may use <VPTeamMembers> component exposed from vitepress/theme to display a list of team members on any page.

html
<script setup>
import { VPTeamMembers } from 'vitepress/theme'

const members = [
  {
    avatar: 'https://www.github.com/yyx990803.png',
    name: 'Evan You',
    title: 'Creator',
    links: [
      { icon: 'github', link: 'https://github.com/yyx990803' },
      { icon: 'twitter', link: 'https://twitter.com/youyuxi' }
    ]
  },
  ...
]
</script>

# Our Team

Say hello to our awesome team.

<VPTeamMembers size="small" :members="members" />

The above will display a team member in card looking element. It should display something similar to below.

<VPTeamMembers> component comes in 2 different sizes, small and medium. While it boils down to your preference, usually small size should fit better when used in doc page. Also, you may add more properties to each member such as adding "description" or "sponsor" button. Learn more about it in <VPTeamMembers>.

Embbeding team members in doc page is good for small size team where having dedicated full team page might be too much, or introducing partial members as a reference to documentation context.

If you have large number of members, or simply would like to have more space to show team members, consider creating a full team page.

Create a full Team Page

Instead of adding team members to doc page, you may also create a full Team Page, similar to how you can create a custom Home Page.

To create a team page, first, create a new md file. The file name doesn't matter, but here lets call it team.md. In this file, set frontmatter option layout: page, and then you may compose your page structure using TeamPage components.

html
---
layout: page
---
<script setup>
import {
  VPTeamPage,
  VPTeamPageTitle,
  VPTeamMembers
} from 'vitepress/theme'

const members = [
  {
    avatar: 'https://www.github.com/yyx990803.png',
    name: 'Evan You',
    title: 'Creator',
    links: [
      { icon: 'github', link: 'https://github.com/yyx990803' },
      { icon: 'twitter', link: 'https://twitter.com/youyuxi' }
    ]
  },
  ...
]
</script>

<VPTeamPage>
  <VPTeamPageTitle>
    <template #title>
      Our Team
    </template>
    <template #lead>
      The development of VitePress is guided by an international
      team, some of whom have chosen to be featured below.
    </template>
  </VPTeamPageTitle>
  <VPTeamMembers
    :members="members"
  />
</VPTeamPage>

When creating a full team page, remember to wrap all components with <VPTeamPage> component. This component will ensure all nested team related components get the proper layout structure like spacings.

<VPPageTitle> component adds the page title section. The title being <h1> heading. Use #title and #lead slot to document about your team.

<VPMembers> works as same as when used in a doc page. It will display list of members.

Add sections to divide team members

You may add "sections" to the team page. For example, you may have different types of team members such as Core Team Members and Community Partners. You can devide these members into sections to better explain the roles of each group.

To do so, add <VPTeamPageSection> component to the team.md file we created previously.

html
---
layout: page
---
<script setup>
import {
  VPTeamPage,
  VPTeamPageTitle,
  VPTeamMembers,
  VPTeamPageSection
} from 'vitepress/theme'

const coreMembers = [...]
const partners = [...]
</script>

<VPTeamPage>
  <VPTeamPageTitle>
    <template #title>Our Team</template>
    <template #lead>...</template>
  </VPTeamPageTitle>
  <VPTeamMembers size="medium" :members="coreMembers" />
  <VPTeamPageSection>
    <template #title>Partners</template>
    <template #lead>...</template>
    <template #members>
      <VPTeamMembers size="small" :members="partners" />
    </template>
  </VPTeamPageSection>
</VPTeamPage>

The <VPTeamPageSection> component can have #title and #lead slot similar to VPTeamPageTitle component, and also #members slot for displaying team members.

Remember to put in <VPTeamMembers> component within #members slot.

<VPTeamMembers>

The <VPTeamMembers> component displays a given list of members.

html
<VPTeamMembers
  size="medium"
  :members="[
    { avatar: '...', name: '...' },
    { avatar: '...', name: '...' },
    ...
  ]"
/>
ts
interface Props {
  // Size of each members. Defaults to `medium`.
  size?: 'small' | 'medium'

  // List of members to display.
  members: TeamMember[]
}

interface TeamMember {
  // Avatar image for the member.
  avatar: string

  // Name of the member.
  name: string

  // Title to be shown below member's name.
  // e.g. Developer, Software Engineer, etc.
  title?: string

  // Organization that the member belongs.
  org?: string

  // URL for the organization.
  orgLink?: string

  // Description for the member.
  desc?: string

  // Social links. e.g. GitHub, Twitter, etc. You may pass in
  // the Social Links object here.
  // See: https://vitepress.vuejs.org/config/theme-configs.html#sociallinks
  links?: SocialLink[]

  // URL for the sponsor page for the member.
  sponsor?: string
}

<VPTeamPage>

The root component when creating a full team page. It only accepts a single slot. It will style all passed in team related components.

<VPTeamPageTitle>

Adds "title" section of the page. Best use at the very beginning under <VPTeamPage>. It accepts #title and #lead slot.

html
<VPTeamPage>
  <VPTeamPageTitle>
    <template #title>
      Our Team
    </template>
    <template #lead>
      The development of VitePress is guided by an international
      team, some of whom have chosen to be featured below.
    </template>
  </VPTeamPageTitle>
</VPTeamPage>

<VPTeamPageSection>

Creates a "section" with in team page. It accepts #title, #lead, and #members slot. You may add as many sections as you like inside <VPTeamPage>.

html
<VPTeamPage>
  ...
  <VPTeamPageSection>
    <template #title>Partners</template>
    <template #lead>Lorem ipsum...</template>
    <template #members>
      <VPTeamMembers :members="data" />
    </template>
  </VPTeamPageSection>
</VPTeamPage>

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