Static Pages are different to regular project pages. They are blank spaces available to display information to the users of the site. This is typically information that does not change, hence referred to as 'static'.
The content within these pages is fully HTML customizable so you could use it for anything you like. So you could create a customised page and provide the link to it from your main project page. Another option would be to use it as a general About page, detailing the purpose of your engagement site - leaving your project pages free for project-specific information.
One thing to note with static pages is that when set as header navigation pages, they apply across your platform as opposed to individual projects specifically. 

The following steps will describe how to add a static page to your EHQ page [You should be a site admin]:

1. Click on the Pages link from the top menu of EHQ. 

The Static Pages screen will be displayed.

NOTE - There are some static pages already present on your site, which are Terms of Use, Privacy Policy, Forum Etiquette and Moderation, Accessibility Statement, Technical Support and Site Map. These appear as footer navigation pages of your site.
You can add further pages as required to your EHQ site.

2. Click Add to add a static page.

3. Enter the title in the Title field.
4. Enter the content in the Content box.
5. Permalink text gets updated automatically in the Permalink field.
6. Click Save to create the static page.

The new page is created and appears as draft.

7. Click on the Publish button alongside the page, once you are ready for the page to be public.
8. Use the Edit button to make any further changes to your Static page.
9. If you no longer require the page you can use the Delete button to remove.
10. Once published, you will have an option to Unpublish at any time.

11. Click on the page name itself to see a Preview of your page. 

NOTE - Use the permalink with your site URL to generate the URL of the static page. This static page can be linked to directly from other pages.

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