Easy to use static pages plugin


(albanlv) #12

Unfortunately no, we don’t have this feature yet. The pages that are
created are available to all users.


(Trystant) #13

Hi,

First, thanks so much for this plugin. I tried installing this plugin for a project. Unfortunately, after I installed, restarted the server, logged in as an admin, enabled static pages and then attempted to go to the Plugin Admin page:

I got just the top nav of the admin on the page and an Ember stacktrace in the browser that I logged on Github issues for the repo.

Any ideas on the source of the problem would be appreciated.

Thanks,
Mark


(Marco) #14

Hi @albanlv, did you have a any update?


(albanlv) #15

@Roxelle Unfortunately we are working on other things right now so we
didn’t implement anything new


#16

I’m interested in trying to use this plugin for my websites home page. Has anyone else had experience in the following:

  • creating a custom static page (with javascript and css styling)
  • setting that page as the main page (first page users see)

(Bryan Holst) #17

I installed this plugin yesterday and I get no options at all… Is this not compatible with the latest version of Discourse?

The plugin has no options and the only settings are to enable or disable the plugin. Am I missing something?


Enabling/disabling plugin requires refresh to update admin link
(Leo McArdle) #18

Enable the plugin, then go back to the /admin/plugins page and refresh. A link to /admin/plugins/pages should appear on the side, where you can create pages.


(Bryan Holst) #19

Just a heads-up, I never did get that link. It may not have installed correctly then. I’ve done a rebuild a few times since then and no change. In the meantime though, I’ve gone ahead and built a separate wordpress site for our needs, so this isn’t as big of an issue now. Just wanted to update you.


#20

When I installed this plugin after updating to the latest version of discourse it made it impossible to see my plugins page. (and may have cause other misc. UI problems.)

I triple checked it for error on my part but i think its just broken :confused:


(Leo McArdle) #21

It’s working fine for me on a clean freshly built tests-passed instance.

What other plugins are you running? Did you get any errors in logs, or your browser’s console? (Ctrl+Shift+k in Firefox, Ctrl+Shift+j in Chrome)


(Alex Galax) #22

Error: Could not find module discourse/components/hamburger-menu imported from discourse/plugins/static-pages/discourse/initializers/static-pages-menu


(M Musa) #23

I am seeing the same error on my end, running on v1.8.0.beta4 +136


(M Musa) #24

I am seeing the same error on my end, running on v1.8.0.beta4 +136

Uncaught Error: Could not find module discourse/components/hamburger-menu imported from discourse/plugins/static-pages/discourse/initializers/static-pages-menu


(Mittineague) #25

Just curious. Any reason you’re doing a reopen instead of a decorateWidget?


(Leo McArdle) #26

Can’t reproduce on v1.8.0.beta5 +53.

I’m not quite sure what you’re talking about, I’m already doing a decorateWidget:


(Mittineague) #27

So you are. Sorry, I must have been looking at an older version or a different plugin at the time. :upside_down_face:


#28

I’ve installed the plugin into Discourse v1.8.0.beta7.
Plugin doesn’t work (no any create page buttons) and even breaks plugins list:

In console:

Error: Could not find module `discourse/components/hamburger-menu` imported from `discourse/plugins/static-pages/discourse/initializers/static-pages-menu`

@albanlv, Any advice?


(Edison) #29

Got same error, about add static pages I have no idea.


(Erlend Sogge Heggen) #30

Thanks for reporting. This is now a #plugin:broken-plugin until further notice from @albanlv or other maintainers.


(DiscourseMetrics.com) #31

I’ve been using this version of the plugin, which has worked fine until yesterday: GitHub - ShareLex/discourse-static-pages

I get the error message “Error updating page” when saving an edited page after the latest Discourse update.