There may be cases where your application has static content that needs to be served. li3 provides out-of-the-box functionality to do this via the Pages controller. Static content displayed using the pages controller should be stored in the
views/pages folder of the application.
The application's default routing will automatically render static pages with no additional configuration necessary. The default (
/) route will render the
Other static pages in the
views/pages directory can be called by name from the URL. As an example, pointing the browser to
/pages/about would render the
views/pages/about.html.php view, if the page exists.
It is also possible to organize and/or nest static pages into directories under
views/pages. For example, a file located at
views/pages/about/company.html.php would be displayed by pointing the browser to