Hi, I want to publish a site on readme.io. I want to restrict the access to only those with a password after I publish. Right now when we are testing the site without publishing. Right now, anyone with the url that contains the keyword "bypass" can access the site. Can that be avoided with a site-wide password ? If so would the person with the password require a login?
Posted by Aniket Shirsat 4 years ago
How can I setup an API enpoint in readme.io to enable a test POST request (a.k.a. "Try It Out") with a URL parameter and payload? For instance I have an endpoint `/campaigns/:name/import` that contains a `name` param in the URL and also consumes a list of objects from request body.
Posted by Michał Sędzielewski 4 years ago
Hi there, this product is amazing, thank-you! I am trying to add docs for a project, but have not been able to work out how to link to other pages in the documentation without specifying a version. I am hoping to do something like `[my text](/CURRENT_VERSION/my-page-slug)`. Is this possible?
Posted by Charlie 5 years ago