We've run in to a bit of an issue with our documentation site. While WordPress is a great backend, and just about perfect for our main site; it doesn't work well for documentation. Heck, even WordPress doesn't use WordPress for their documentation site.
What we've decided is to start using MediaWiki, the software that runs WikiPedia, for our documentation site. This should make it easier to create and edit pages and link between them.
One of the reasons we went with WordPress to start was to give everybody the ability to comment on pages and ask questions if needed. We'll be loading Disqus on to most of the wiki pages so the comments will still be there.
The new documentation site is still a bit light as we're in progress, and the documentation link on the top of this page still links to the old pages. But it will be switched over as soon as we get the pages moved over.
The new site lives at docs.proofbuddy.com