Path: Community Settings >> Customization >> Look & Feel >> Site HTML Pages >> Custom Pages

Using our Custom Pages feature, you can provide information to your users that is not found in other places within your community. This information can be found in a tab by all users. Some different examples for how our clients leverage Custom Pages is for FAQ's about the community including the 'How and Why' users should submit an idea, linking to important web pages outside of the community (company website, etc.), Rules of Engagement for your community, and Success Stories of previous ideas submitted.

How to add a new custom page:

1. To add a new custom page, click on the link 'Add', next click on 'Edit'.

2. Insert the custom Page Title (name that will appear on the tab) and Friendly URL ( i.e. custom-page) and Save Changes. Enter the content to be shown on the page under 'Content'.

You can create custom pages using HTML or WYSIWYG.

Link Appears in Footer: Enabling this switch will make appear custom page in the footer of the community home page.

Hide Sidebar: Enabling this switch will hide the widgets and other details on the right side of the home page.

How to add internal/external links in the Custom Page (HTML)?

1. You can add an internal and external page link to the custom page by using this code: 

<a herf= "pageurl">Text to be linked</a> (replace 'pageurl' with the URL of the page to be linked and 'Text to be linked' with the actual word or text which will be clicked).

2. You should be now able to see the link as clickable displayed on the custom page.

How to add PDF files/Excel sheet/image files to the custom page (HTML)? 

1. You can add any PDF/ Excel sheet/ image file to the custom page but first, you will need to upload the file in the Community file library.

2. Copy the File URL and paste it into the custom page and save changes.
Here is the sample code for PDF:
<a href='file url'> Text to be linked </a> (replace 'file url' with the URL of the file to be linked and 'Text to be linked' with the actual word or text which will be clicked).

For more tips about how to use the WYSIWYG to create custom pages, click here!

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