Each documentation site that you publish on ReadMe is a project. Within a project there is space for documentation, linking to your API, a blog, and many more features. Each of the projects within your account are published separately.
When you first create a new project, you will include your project name, subdomain, and logo. Our company mascot Owlbert will then guide you through the steps to launching your docs!
The first step to creating your new documentation is to add the categories that you want. There are two sections that you will be using, documentation for your general knowledge-base docs and reference docs for your API reference docs.
All your documentation is written in Github flavored markdown and you can drag and drop widgets such as code samples and images on the right.
For your reference docs, you will first need to set up your API Settings, which can then be selected when you created your reference doc. You can label your reference docs with the different HTTP requests.
After you have added your documentation, the next thing is to customize the appearance of your docs. You customize and add a landing page, which would be the first page that users see when they go to your site. In the appearance tab, you can edit the site colors, logo, and navigation links.
Lastly you can manage your project by enabling or disabling certain features, set up a custom domain, and manage your team.
You can preview your page by clicking on your project name on the top left. You will be required to login to preview it during trial. When your documentation is ready to go live, you can launch by going to upgrade plan tab and enter in your payment information.