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How to add pages to vanilla 2?
edited March 2010 in Vanilla 2.0 - 2.8
Anyone know how to create internal pages with vanilla 2? I dont believe a plugin is NEEDED for this although it would be convient considering http://vanillaforums.org/addon/519/one-cms doesnt work
if im not mistaken, the documentation portion of the vf.org site is using a wiki system for vanilla/garden, right? Will this be in the v2 final release also?
thanks for the reply. The whole naming conventions discussion, I hope gets addressed soon.
so is the point of the master view "pagename/admin" .. is this because in the future of this plugin/app we will be able to edit the pages from the dashboard?
And shouldn't this be a application, not a plugin? What if i only want to create and manage pages/content
Hi mark, can we start creating additional pages with vanilla in the new version now? Or is the solution still the custom pages plugin?
Vanilla isn't a CMS, so we don't have that as a feature. You'd still need a custom plugin.
Or, you could start a new discussion, close it, and then set a route in your Dashboard to do an Internal redirect from "/mypage" to the URL of the discussion (e.g. /discussion/1234/the-name-whatever). That's not a full page, per se, but a very easy way to put some content at a simple-to-type URL.
You can make other pages as html and place them in your forum folder then add a link to the pages onto the menu or anywhere in the forum.
I added a policy page like that.
then add this to the master.php in the menu section where the other links are to place it in the menu.
$this->Menu->AddLink('Policy', T('Policy'), '/policy.html');
You can make endless pages like this and when you make them just relay the forum style sheet so they match.
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