Sorry, I guess since I’m new on the forum I’m limited on the number of posts I can do per day so I had to wait a little while to reply.
So now you’ll need to connect that to the link block on the home page.
Go to your home page and go to where the link is - I just tried doing this myself but for some reason, the block that the link is in seems to be preventing it from connecting to the URL, if you make another link, just below the box called “project-description” it will ask you if you want to get the URL from the project, where you’d select the new field you just made
(static page link). - You’ll then want to alter this new link to look like the old one and delete the old one.
From here, you’ll need to get the URL or web address for the static page you want to link to. To get this, go to where it shows the name of the page you are on, at the top left, beside the W. When you click where it says the page name, a tab opens with the page names and when you hover over each one, a cog appears to the right.
Click on the cog for the page you want to link to and a panel with open with a number of fields. A few fields down is one called “slug” - This is the web address for that specific page which you can use to link to it, just like if you were linking to an external web page. Copy that link and paste it in the project you want to link each page too.
But remember, when you publish the page, the first part of the link will change to the new domain name.
So, for example, if you were connecting to the “nimbus” static page
The slug or web address for the nimbus page is currently “website.com/nimbus”
Once you publish the page the first part (website.com) will update to your new website name.
This means if your actual website when published will be “Paloma.com” the link to the page will change from “website.com/nimbus” to “Paloma.com/nimbus” and you would need to update this change in the link in each collection item so that the link goes to the new address for the page.
- I know it seems like a lot but just take it one step at a time and remember that you can always undo if you make a mistake.
-Also, someone else might still be able to make another suggestion.
Best of luck!