Creating a custom page isn't documented but it's not hard. Just copy how 
the other pages are created:

1. Create a new folder and create the index.html.tmpl within (copy the file 
from /about as a starter)
2. Then add this new folder to the navigation within header.html.tmpl. 
3. Create the graphs you want in graphs.conf as you normally would. 
4. Initialize and add the chart to your new page. 

Let's use this graphs.conf as an example - it is how I show rx check 
percent on my about page <>. 

    show_button = false
    time_length = 172800 # 48 hours in seconds
    aggregate_type = last
    aggregate_interval = 300 # 5 min
    gapsize = 300000 # 5 min
        title = ISS Receive Stats
        yaxis_max = 100
            color = "#268bd2"
        title = ISS Receive Stats Average
        yaxis_max = 100
        xaxis_groupby = month
        xaxis_categories = 'Jan', 'Feb', 'Mar', 'Apr', 'May', 'Jun', 'Jul', 
'Aug', 'Sep', 'Oct', 'Nov', 'Dec'
        time_length = year
            aggregate_type = avg
            color = "#268bd2"

Then in the content of your new page, you need to add 2 things. 

1. At the top of the page add:
<script type='text/javascript'>showChart("about");</script>

This initializes the graphs.conf group "about". You see this matches the 
[about] wording in the graph.conf group. 

2. Then where you want to show the graph within the page, add a div with an 
ID of the observation from the graph group that you want to show:

            <div id="rxchart" style="margin-top:30px;"></div>
            <div id="rxchartyear" style="margin-top:30px;"></div>

You will see how the id= matches the observations within the double 
brackets. [[rxchart]] and [[rxchartyear]]]

Obviously swap out the graph group and observation names with what you're 
building and that should do it. 

On Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 5:00:11 AM UTC-4, Kike .Asekas wrote:
> Is there any way to create another graphic page? I mean, a page called 
> for example climate where it has specific graphics.
> Where would the graph.conf of that page go?

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