6. Configure the additional static pages¶
As part of the LMS site, you have 6 static pages that you can use to publish specific content that help your learners understand the purpose and inner workings of the online learning initiative.
The list of available static pages and their intended purpose is:
Terms of Service
This page is intended to publish the platform terms of service, covering aspects such as:
General terms and conditions of the service.
Rules of online conduct.
Rules and policies to be applied about user accounts.
Copyright disclaimers for the contents on the site.
Rules or guidelines for user’s posts in the discussions.
Exclusions of warranties and liability limitations.
Honor Code page
This page is intended to cover:
Agreed rules for online conduct.
Use of personal accounts and passwords.
Online security guidelines.
This is a page used to explain in more detail the purpose of the learning initiative, its sponsors, main goals, etc.
Frequently Asked Questions page
A page intended to provide the users with useful resources to troubleshoot any problem they may encounter when using the site or its contents.
Intended to address any privacy policies, in compliance with local legislation in the matter, including for example:
Management of personal information.
Disclosure to third parties
Contact us page
A page with the information to get in touch with the teams behind the site’s operation. Please note that Open edX does not include a solution for the contact form. We advise clients that wish to have this feature to use a professional and embeddable solution for contact forms or to provide us with an external URL so that we can redirect the incoming traffic to this page.
6.1. Adding content to the static pages¶
From the eduNEXT management console, you can set the title and HTML content for each of the static pages. All you need to do is to fill in the appropriate fields and hit SAVE.
6.2. Adding redirections to the static pages¶
Alternatively, when you don’t need to use the provided static pages, or when you have the same content published somewhere else, for example in your website, you can configure redirections to each of the pages so that any incoming traffic to the URL that corresponds to the static page will land in the right place.
When both the HTML content and redirection are set for a particular static page, the redirection will take precedence, so the HTML content will never be reached.