I am not sure what you are planning on uploading, but the API reference that is included with that particular WoW tool is not re-distributable. It is copyright the authors and publisher, and is included in that tool with a specific license and agreement.
The web API is available through http://wowprogramming.com for free as it always has. Any compilation of that material is not re-distributable without my explicit permission.
I'm sorry I don't know whether it is denied if I do this on my explorer:
"add to favourite" for each function page on your site, just because I can search them faster. and when I click an item , it just redirect to the page.
this tool does the same thing. the difference is this one is more clean
with all my respect , if this do the authors/publisher any injury, I'll erase everything
let me give you an example,
saying you want to search "UnitBuff" , you can directly get what you want on the site
but for a newbie, I've no idea what the name is. probably "PlayerBuff", "GetPlayerBuff" or anything . so I search "buff" and that gave me too many results on the site
so that's why it is no difference for you , but make a big difference for me
Well, I'll tell you what does help me when I don't know what I'm looking for, in case you ever find yourself without your app. I don't use the "Complete API Listing" page. I use the "API Listing by category" page. Then you can find all functions that have to do with buffs and see which one you need.
You can also use the "search in page" feature that is built into every modern browser, and search for "buff" on the list of all API functions. This will quickly locate any functions that include the word "buff", as well as any that have the word "buff" in their summary.