I don't really think any of the questions you propose are a good fit for Stack Overflow. You say;
"is this the best way to explain this"
That is a very subjective question and not something that is likely to survive as a question. Not on Stack Overflow, nor on any other related site within the network that I know of.
"should my docs be too noob friendly or too technical"
Once again, a fairly subjective question, if not a poor question in its own right. Not Stack Overflow material.
"is there a specific format that documentations usually use"?
This comes closest to a decent question, but I don't think Stack Overflow is the place for it. This might get closer to a Programmers SE question, looking at some of the content in their documentation or documentation-generation tags.
I won't outright recommend you to post your questions there (because your one-liner examples are not enough to judge, and your edited example seems to be outright off-topic), but it might be a better bet than Stack Overflow. Carefully look through some of the questions asked, and try to steer away from highly subjective questions. And if you're not sure, propose the question you want to ask (or a clear outline of it) on their Meta or in their main chatroom.