How to Create a Page in WordPress

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Creating a new page in WordPress is quick and easy, and follows the same steps as creating a post in WordPress.

First - log in to your WordPress admin

If you've not already logged in to your WordPress admin area, you should do so now.

Once logged in, let's click on Pages->Add New

Much like adding a post, we then need to click on "Pages->Add New"

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As you can see there's 2 initial sections to fill out;

  • The Page Title: This should be the title of your page, for example "About Us" or "Contact Us" or similar (of course, it can have any name you like, but if it's relevant, your users, and search engines will have an idea what it is without reading the content)
  • The Page Content: The content of your page will depend on exactly what the page is, whether it is some text about your company, or a contact form from one of the various contact form plugins, that's up to you. You can also structure your page using blocks, or a drag and drop editor, but for the purposes of this guide, we'll assume you're just writing some text.

Once you've filled out the page title and page content, you may also like to set a featured image, although that is optional.

When you're done, simply click on the "Publish" button at the top right to put the page live, or click on the "Save Draft" link to save the page so that you can publish it at a later time.

Congratulations, you have now added a new page on your WordPress website!

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Neil Skoglund
Avid WordPress fan and founder of WPOwl - home of the best managed WordPress hosting. Neil has 3 passions in life,  coding, guitars & family.

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