David Carr avatar David Carr committed 6ccb9c7

docs: clarify plugin installation in getting started topic

Make it clear that the version is needed, and eliminate references to grails install-plugin

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src/docs/guide/usage.gdoc

-h4. First, install the plugin by adding a dependency in @BuildConfig.groovy@:
+h4. Installation
+
+Install the plugin by adding the following to your @BuildConfig.groovy@ (replace @VERSION@ with the desired version):
 
 {code}
 plugins {
-   ...
-   runtime ':page-resources:'
+    ...
+    runtime ':page-resources:VERSION'
 }
 {code}
 
-or install with @install-plugin@:
-
-{code}
-grails install-plugin page-resources
-{code}
-
 h4. Creating page modules
 
 Next, you'll need to create some page modules.  Within @web-app/pages@, create a directory structure that parallels the
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