Depending on your settings and tweaks, your documentation will look something like this. By default, users would get to this page by clicking Documentation. However, you can easily make this your main page if you want your users to jump right in.
When you first set up your develop hub on ReadMe, we build you a basic site using the colors from your logo. If you're on the free plan, this is what your hub will look like. If you're on a paid plan, you can tweak the colors, fonts and styles for this theme.
This is the second most simple theme you can go with. Your background doesn't have to be solid — the theme builder lets you choose between colors, images, gradients and more. With just a few clicks, you can have a hub that looks great and fits your brand.
Ever since Stripe created the three column layout for their documentation, it's been all the rage. With just one click, you can turn on this layout for your documentation. It's optimized for API documentation with endpoints, however it works for anything.
ReadMe has made our lives infinitely easier. We've had it on our todo list for over a year, and a day after finding ReadMe we had our docs launched. We're super impressed. Y'all have built a f!#&ing awesome tool.
Crowdsource your docs! Users can keep docs current by suggesting changes.
Let users play with your API right inside the documentation.
Keep everyone up to date with what's going on via announcements.
Markdown-based drag-and-drop editor makes documentation almost fun.
Easily create a beautiful dev community that matches your brand.
Let users ask questions and request features in the support forums.
Maintaining old or testing beta versions of your docs is a breeze!
ReadMe isn't just for public docs! It's easy to set up internal documentation.