Table of Contents
After your website is launched, you will be able to view and edit the DNS records tied to your website. Click on the settings icon and head to the
Domain tab. You should now see a list of DNS records currently tied to your website:
There will be at a few records already available in the panel which are managed by RoamJS and disabled by default. You may add, edit, and delete any additional DNS records. This is useful for setting up redirects, email records, and third-party services to your website.
roam/js/static-site page, you could configure redirects after clicking on the
Redirects tab from the extension settings. This tab will list all of your currently configured redirects while also giving you the ability to remove existing ones and create more:
From field must be a path that starts with
To field could either be a new path in your website, or to another external domain.
Deletions happen immediately. Adding redirects do not save until you hit the
Next button in the bottom.
roam/js/static-site page, you could configure who else has access to your website on the
Sharing tab from the extension settings. This tab will list all of the users who you have given permission to edit your website with the given permission the have. The following permissions are supported:
NONE- All users with access to the graph are assumed to have none.
DEPLOY- This gives users permission to deploy our graph to your the website
Additional users do not need to be subscribers of the Static Site extension in order to deploy to our website.