That’s great, thank you!
I tried to install this - added the git to my app.yml:
- mkdir - p plugins
- git clone https://github.com/discourse/docker_manager.git
- git clone https://github.com/procourse/procourse-static-pages.git
Rebuilt the container, and I have the admin menu present, but it doesn’t load:
I get 404 errors in the console:
u @ _ember_jquery-27e777…4259cf6cda.js:29446
/procourse-static-pa…n?_=1538997284313:1 Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 404 ()
Doubtless I’ve done something dumb but it seems to me a fairly simple process and I can’t see where I have gone wrong! Help please!
Do you have the error backtrace in
/logs that corresponds to this? That always helps significantly with debugging as I’m not seeing this error on any of the sites where I run this plugin.
I found another way to do what we wanted - trying to move as fast as possible means I didn’t want to be retrying plugins, I wanted to move onto the next thing!
So hopefully this only impacts me.
What would be the proper way to add the site’s footer/after-header to a ProCourse static page?
Hey all. I’m trying out this plugin, which does pretty much exactly what we’re looking for, but I had 2 questions:
- Is there an easy way to change the domain of the pages created? As in, instead of
/1/in front) or something of the sorts. If not, where would be the best place to look into this in the code?
- Is it possible to limit the page created in this plugin by group or trust level? I’m completely new to Discourse, so there might be a way that’s already integrated in the platform and I’m not seeing it, or maybe a plugin or a part of the code that let’s me do this.
Looking forward hearing from you guys.
Another thought would be to have the pages load the site’s footer when present.
I’m also seeing footnotes not generating as an inline element.