Last "Page" of Default Posts


#1

Our forums include these posts by default:

  • FAQ / Guidelines
  • Privacy Policy
  • Terms of Service

It seems that once I’ve read them, clicking on them takes me to the last “page” by default (bottom of each post):

/t/faq-guidelines/5
/t/privacy-policy/6
/t/terms-of-service/4

I would prefer that clicking on these post titles always takes a user to the top of the post. Is there a way to make that happen?


(Rafael dos Santos Silva) #2

Discourse have special routes for those topics, so they aren’t supposed to have anwsers or be listed to everyone at all.

If just edit those special topics and they are found on example.com/faq, example.com/about and on the hamburguer menu.


#3

Even so, I think there is value in having them more prominent and easily accessible, especially the Guidelines / FAQ page. And even if Discourse disagrees with that, the value of the current programming logic eludes me nevertheless.


#4

I came up with my own solution of making copies of these documents and posting them as new topics, and moving the originals to the private category.