Single Version Documentation
Single Version Documentation lets you serve your docs at a root domain.
By default, all documentation served by Read the Docs has a root of
But, if you enable the "Single Version" option for a project, its documentation will instead be served at
This means you can't have translations or multiple versions for your documentation.
You can see a live example of this at http://www.contribution-guide.org
You can toggle the "Single Version" option on or off for your project in the Project Admin page. Check your dashboard for a list of your projects.
Links generated on Read the Docs will now point to the proper URL. For example, if pip was set as a "Single Version" project, then links to its documentation would point to
http://pip.readthedocs.io/ rather than the default
/<language>/<default_version>/ will still be served for backwards compatibility reasons. However, our usage of :doc:`canonical` should stop these from being indexed by Google.