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Author: EdgeCrushrPostPosted: Fri Aug 05, 2005 12:41 pm    Post subject: Re: Adding static pages to Modules list o'links

Just create the frontend of a module then. It's not really hard to do.

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Author: network23 PostPosted: Fri Aug 05, 2005 6:09 am    Post subject: Adding static pages to Modules list o'links

Trying to wrap my brain around a new php-nuke install and setting up a site.

When I look at the Modules box, I see that as the main navigation section. In addition to the various modules, I have several static pages that I would like to include (a biography and a contact page, for instance) that would have the same headers, footers, and sidebars, but the center content would be the static information. I'm guessing it would be similar to the Columbia link in the Modules section on this site (unless that is a link to a gallery page or something else I am not aware of).

It would be user unfriendly to have two navigational menus, and I cannot figure out how to include a link to a static page in the Modules box. I'm also a bit confused as to how to go about putting the static page together.

I've tried creating the pages in the Content module, but that's not good enough because 1. only Content shows up in the Modules nav links and 2. "Content" is too generic and would rather save visitors the extra step of going to a list of Content items before finally getting to the information they are looking for.

Thank you so much for your help!
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