Support

Usage Questions

If you have questions about how to use Read the Docs, or have an issue that isn’t related to a bug, Stack Overflow is the best place to ask. Tag questions with read-the-docs so other folks can find them easily.

Good questions for Stack Overflow would be:

  • “What is the best way to structure the table of contents across a project?”
  • “How do I structure translations inside of my project for easiest contribution from users?”
  • “How do I use Sphinx to use SVG images in HTML output but PNG in PDF output?”

Community Support

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All people answering your questions are doing it with their own time, so please be kind and provide as much information as possible.

Bugs & Support Issues

You can file bug reports on our GitHub issue tracker, and they will be addressed as soon as possible. Support is a volunteer effort, and there is no guaranteed response time. If you need answers quickly, you can buy commercial support below.

Reporting Issues

When reporting a bug, please include as much information as possible that will help us solve this issue. This includes:

  • Project name
  • URL
  • Action taken
  • Expected result
  • Actual result

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