A well-designed landing page will be a good starting place for your users to navigate from in a full developer hub. This is the page we recommend you customize the most.
If you're only using the Guides (also known as Documentation) feature, you can just direct your users to that on the first page in your site navigation.
When you go to the Landing Page tab you can customize things such as the header and body content.
"First Page" Setting
Make sure you have Landing Page set to first page under the Site Navigation > Advanced Settings. (see screenshot below)
This will be the title text that goes into header.
This will be the text that goes underneath the promo title, but it will still display in the header.
Underneath the promo title and text, you will have the option of having Nothing, Buttons, Search Bar, or Custom HTML. Custom HTML will override your promo title/text, so keep that in mind when editing.
You have many templates for your body content and you can add more than one if you want to display multiple templates on your landing page.
This will be the default if you do not select any of the options. It will display documentation, announcements, and the forums.
If you have any of these three features disabled, you should not use a Landing Page as it will link your users to a 404 page.
This simply lists all your categories with quick links to doc pages. You can also choose to display the reference section.
Three columns of text, text, text + media
These let you add the text yourself that you want displayed, and upload an image.
If none of these suit your needs, you can always add custom HTML to get it exactly how you want it.
The Landing Page can be enabled or disabled in your Project Dashboard under Appearance > Site Navigation and you can toggle the Landing Page section to enable/disable it.
Disabling Landing Page
The Landing Page is shared across all versions. If you disable the Landing Page it will be removed everywhere.
Updated about 1 month ago