So you’ve installed the Static Pages plugin. Now what?
Create a page
Hit the New button to create your first page.
Give your page a name and fill in the content for the page.
You’ll notice that as you change the name of the page, the slug for the page will change at the same time. More on that later.
It’ll show a 404 until you open it up for the public to view.
Click the link and you’re good to go!
There’s a wrapping
div for a static page with a CSS class of
static-page. That way you can add CSS to your theme and style it however you like.
There are obviously some natural Discourse elements you’ll want to use as part of this. And that list continues to grow so if you have something you’d like to be able to do, suggest it in #feature.
.btn-danger classes for both
a tags and
This way you can add buttons.
.nav-pills classes on
This allows you to manually add the navigation menu to your static page.
Out of the box, this plugin is restricted to two pages. If you need to create three or more pages, you’ll need a license key to open it up.
Also, I’m not able to give away support for free. So support for the Static Pages plugin is restricted to #support:static. You gain access to that category when you purchase a license key as well.