Posted by Luke Chavers 3 years ago
Somehow I managed to delete one of the links in the top right nav, actually I don't even remember deleting it - it somehow disappeared (had 4, now I have 3 links in the top right nav). I want to add a URL link again to the top right but have been unable to. There is an 'Add Link' button, but only adds a link to the top left nav as soon as I click it - not to the top right where I want it. Is there some kind of bug? I would appreciate some help! Thank you.
Posted by Deniz Kucukterzi 3 years ago
hi, We are new users of readme, implementing API documentation. I am noticing that when we have a call that takes multiple header parameters that only 1 is included in the generated request, whether I specify node, curl, etc. Our API is stored at https://mm-api.readme.io/reference thanks, Mike Lehmann
Posted by Michael Lehmann 3 years ago
Hello - we have some admin users who are no longer employees. How do we suspend or delete an admin user in Readme.io? There is no obvious way to do this in the Manage People section. We have one admin marked as "Owner" - does the Owner have permission to do this?
Posted by Diana Neece 3 years ago
I have embedded some images with fairly small sizes however, when I embed an image and I select the 'actual size' option, the image is still a lot bigger than it actually is. They are PNGs. I also tried going in to RAW mode when in the 'page edit' mode and manually changing the size of the image, but again changes are not reflected in the actual web page after saving. Is there something I am missing here or could this be a bug? Thanks for your help!
Posted by Deniz 3 years ago
Do you have any option allowing us define users a permission to access to specific pages in the website ? (instead of making all pages public to anyone) i want to be able to give access to some pages to specific users...
Posted by eran nagar 3 years ago
After resyncing our swagger file the slugs for each endpoint were changed ("-1" added). Is it possible to be smarter about this and recognize that the endpoint existed before and after the resync and keep the same slug?
Posted by Amelia Jones 3 years ago
It there a way to export a readme.io project as OpenAPI? If not, is there an API to interrogate a readme.io project? I'd like to be able to programmatically parse readme.io projects in order to automatically generate the code to connect the API endpoints to another system (an ETL) setup to pipe the output onto where we need it. Thanks!
Posted by Gary 3 years ago
Hi there, We are using a swagger file to generate our documentation. In your documentation you are saying that you are supporting example objects (https://drive.google.com/a/dual-technologies.com/file/d/0B8234zUOM-SJYVprTTZ5cnZCaGs/view?usp=drivesdk) We added some examples in our swagger file, which are properly used in swagger editor : https://drive.google.com/a/dual-technologies.com/file/d/0B8234zUOM-SJRVdkLVR0aUVQMUk/view?usp=drivesdk and but once in readme, the example values are not taken into account : https://drive.google.com/a/dual-technologies.com/file/d/0B8234zUOM-SJSHdkT1AyUTlUeGs/view?usp=drivesdk More over, it seems that when data response is an array, the fields are not detailed. Can you please help ? Thanks a lot. Melanie.
Posted by Mélanie Bischoff 3 years ago
Linking readme.io to my Swagger endpoints gives the following error: Converting circular structure to JSON Although importing the same JSON in editor.swagger.io works properly. Another thing is that one of my endpoints uses ':' to define custom methods as recommended by Google's REST API Design Guide (https://cloud.google.com/apis/design/custom_methods) and when I define that manually the page just looks weird as it seems it assumes that everything after ':' is a URL parameter
Posted by Bruno Barin 3 years ago