The URL is: a-view.org
The top-level item to choose is “Florida Coast”. You will get a 404.
Here is why:
That menu item refers to a directory of static html. I have nginx configured to access static content with https. If you access it with http, nginx won’t let you because there is no server block for static content using http. The navigation of Ghost forces the url to use http–so the pages cannot be reached.
Here is the navigation item for it from the design page:
The url for the nav item Florida Coast must begin with https. This, however is impossible because the base name of the url is a-view.org, the same as the rest of the Ghost site. Instead, this link needs to be treated as an external link with a different base name, which would work.
Unfortunately, I don’t wan to host another website on the server with yet another certificate and nginx instance just for a handful of simple, static pages.
Why not allow https in the URL field of the navigation menu?
Alternatively, is there another work around?