Pages are for standard content on your site (e.g. About, Contact, etc.) and appear in the primary navigation (if you have not created a Primary Navigation menu) as well as your sidebar and breadcrumb navigation. Before creating a page, consider where it belongs in your site hierarchy.
Create a New Page
From the dashboard, choose Pages > Add New.
Enter a Page Title. This should be short, but descriptive.
The page will use the classic editor by default, but you can also choose to use the block editor.
Edit your content, then set Publishing Options and Publish, Preview, or Save Draft in the Publish pane.
Edit a Page
To edit an existing page, you have two options:
- In the dashboard, choose Pages > All Pages, then scroll or search through the list to select the page you want to edit.
- While logged into WordPress, navigate through your site on the front end (i.e., as normal) and choose Edit Page from the admin bar at the top of the browser window.
Edit your content, then select Update in the Publish pane.
Page Options and Attributes
In the Page Options meta box, add Title Override Text if you want the title displayed at the top of the page to differ from what is shown in the navigation menu.
In Page Attributes, “Parent” determines where the page will go in your site hierarchy. A higher number in the “Order” field will move the page further down the menu. “Template” chooses the page template.
Excerpts are optional, but they improve your site’s search engine optimization, and they are the summaries your site visitors see when your pages come up in search engine results.
If you are using one of the Landing Page templates, upload a featured image, or choose one from the Media Library.
If you wish this page to automatically link to another page on your site or externally, select “A custom URL” under Page Links To and enter the URL.