Now I will give you instruction on how to install and configure CMS page as Home Page module in order to make it work correctly. You need to have the FTP client software such as XP FTP client, FileZilla, and so on – which is already installed on your computer. In this post I used FileZilla. One more thing when using FTP, you should require the hosting provider to give you some hosting information such as:
Besides, the configuration process also required admin account so you can go to the backend to setup module.
Firstly, please connect your FTP account to the server via FileZilla. After connecting successfully, please go to modules folder like below screenshot:
You should extract the module archived files when you download it from our website, then upload these files to the module folders on hosting. When the uploading process complete, please go to the backend, find the CMS page as Home Page module to start the installation. The details for this step is in below screenshot:
You can see that it has a field called “Active the module”. You should choose “Yes” to active and start using this module. When you do not want to use this module anymore, you can set the value to “No”.
In this step, you can choose a CMS page to show up in homepage by selecting a value in the dropdown, then click “Save”.
If you want to add a new CMS page, please follow the below screenshot:
Please add information for your new CMS pages like Title, and page content.
After creating it, please go back to module configuration, and then select this new one and save:
All done. 😀 You can see the result in homepage now.