What are the most common directives used in RST
This section will show the most common directives in RST
RST and Sphinx Official Documentation
You may use the A+ course template as a starting point for creating a new course.
You need to have a good understanding of RST.
There is no estimated time.
Once you start working with RST, you will become curious about the language's flexibility, and most
likely, you will want to implement more advanced functionalities. Therefore, we suggest always using
the official documentation as the main source of knowledge. Nevertheless, there is always other
sources of knowledge that could help you solve specific problems or implement more advanced
directives. So do not hesitate to explore and find the most suitable language features for you.
In order to create course content in A+, you will need to get familiar with the syntax and the
terminology of the language. Therefore, we suggest reading about Sphinx and RST on the following
Sometimes you will need to have a sheet with the list of directives that you can use. For that, you
can check the links below.