Use descriptive headings and titles because they help a user navigate their browser and the page. It's easier to jump between pages and sections of a page if the headings and titles are unique.
When possible, use -ing verb form in title to indicate present participle or gerund. Example: "Managing Menu Items"
Whenever a module or component name is mentioned, it should be bold.
Example: Varbase uses the Layout Builder module.
Divide each documentation page with hierarchical titles starting with H1, then H2, then H3. This will reflect in the "CONTENTS" side bar.
When explaining a path to the user, use bold trail of links separated by backslash (\) making the last item (where the user should land) in italics.
Example: Navigate to Administration \ Configuration \ Search and metadata \ Metatag.
When a line of code or command is needed, highlight the text and use <> option from the tooltip.
Example: cd /path/to/webserver_directory
To make your documentation nice to read, you can add blocks of hints and notes with nice icons by clicking on it, then change it to the desired one.