<h1>Say Hello to Grav!</h1> <h2>installation successful...</h2> <p>Congratulations! You have installed the <strong>Base Grav Package</strong> that provides a <strong>simple page</strong> and the default <strong>Quark</strong> theme to get you started.</p> <div class="notices red"> <p>If you see a <strong>404 Error</strong> when you click <code>Typography</code> in the menu, please refer to the <a href="">troubleshooting guide</a>.</p> </div> <h3>Find out all about Grav</h3> <ul> <li>Learn about <strong>Grav</strong> by checking out our dedicated <a href="">Learn Grav</a> site.</li> <li>Download <strong>plugins</strong>, <strong>themes</strong>, as well as other Grav <strong>skeleton</strong> packages from the <a href="">Grav Downloads</a> page.</li> <li>Check out our <a href="">Grav Development Blog</a> to find out the latest goings on in the Grav-verse.</li> </ul> <div class="notices blue"> <p>If you want a more <strong>full-featured</strong> base install, you should check out <a href=""><strong>Skeleton</strong> packages available in the downloads</a>.</p> </div> <h3>Edit this Page</h3> <p>To edit this page, simply navigate to the folder you installed <strong>Grav</strong> into, and then browse to the <code>user/pages/01.home</code> folder and open the <code></code> file in your <a href="">editor of choice</a>. You will see the content of this page in <a href="">Markdown format</a>.</p> <h3>Create a New Page</h3> <p>Creating a new page is a simple affair in <strong>Grav</strong>. Simply follow these simple steps:</p> <ol> <li> <p>Navigate to your pages folder: <code>user/pages/</code> and create a new folder. In this example, we will use <a href="">explicit default ordering</a> and call the folder <code>03.mypage</code>.</p> </li> <li> <p>Launch your text editor and paste in the following sample code:</p> <pre><code>--- title: My New Page --- # My New Page! This is the body of **my new page** and I can easily use _Markdown_ syntax here.</code></pre> </li> <li> <p>Save this file in the <code>user/pages/03.mypage/</code> folder as <code></code>. This will tell <strong>Grav</strong> to render the page using the <strong>default</strong> template.</p> </li> <li> <p>That is it! Reload your browser to see your new page in the menu.</p> </li> </ol> <div class="notices yellow"> <p>NOTE: The page will automatically show up in the Menu after the "Typography" menu item. If you wish to change the name that shows up in the Menu, simple add: <code>menu: My Page</code> between the dashes in the page content. This is called the YAML front matter, and it is where you configure page-specific options.</p> </div>