Well, after digging through the source I found that it already works, I just have to add a link to: index.php?page=3, which then displays the page in question, wether its attached to some category or not.
The HTML Block type also has a bug (I think it's one): it replaces newlines by
. I made a menu using such a block with some special css, so this behavior destroyed the menu look. The solution was: I had to fix this in the code manually.
Also, the textarea for html block edit in admin is way too small.
And, another suggestion: for now, I created a read-only forum, in the html block mentioned, I link to this forum. What would be nice, if there were a block which can do this natively, say: put several links to some forums, it then displays on the top a list of all available topics in this forum, and when one clicks on such a link, the topic will be displayed, but like a TP page, without reply buttons and such. Would that be possible?
kind regards, scip