The following tutorial shows how to add pages in WordPress.
Pages in WordPress are similar to Posts. The difference is the following:
Pages are used to display non-blog content like About us, Contacts, i.e. the content that doesn’t change much.
Pages are static and cannot be sorted by date or category.
Pages can be organized into pages and subpages. Posts can be organized into pages as well.
Follow the steps below in order to add a new page:
Login to WordPress admin panel and navigate to Pages -> Add new tab.
Type in the page title and insert page content into the Page editing area. Use Visual editor to change text layout. Switch to the Text editor to insert HTML code.
Select Page template in the Page attributes on the right.
Click the Publish button to save the page on the site.
WordPress allows creating sub-pages as well. It’s convenient to organize your content into parent pages and sub-pages by topic.
To create a sub-page, you can follow these steps:
Navigate to WordPress admin panel and click the Pages -> Add new tab.
Select Parent page in the Parent drop-down menu in the Page Attributes tab on the right.
Select new page template in the Template drop down menu in the Page Attributes tab on the right.
Save the new page by clicking the Publish button.
Feel free to check the detailed video tutorial below: