Add new page in WordPress CMS. Create Page or Add Page WordPress

a) Quick Guide
b) Detailed Guide

a) Quick Guide

1) Click on ‘Pages’ in left navigation then ‘Add New’.

Add new page in WordPress CMS. Create Page or Add Page WordPress. WordPress admin panel add new page WYSIWYG
Add new page in WordPress CMS. Create Page or Add Page WordPress. WordPress admin panel add new page WYSIWYG2

2) Enter page title in ‘Enter title here’ field.
3) Enter content in content area.

4) Click on ‘Publish’ button on the right to publish our page to the public.

 

Add new page in WordPress CMS. Create Page or Add Page WordPress. WordPress page title, page content area, WYSIWYG and publish button
Add new page in WordPress CMS. Create Page or Add Page WordPress. WordPress page title, page content area, WYSIWYG and publish button

b) Detailed Guide

Pages use for static type of data.They are not continuously updated or edited, and they remain in the same place on your WordPress site.Pages are great places to write helpful information about your site.Pages generally use for company information like “About “, “Contact Us”.

To create a page.

1) Go your Dashboard Left Sidebar. Click ‘Pages’

2) Click on  ‘Add New’.

Add new page in WordPress CMS. Create Page or Add Page WordPress. WordPress admin panel add new page or create a new page WYSIWYG
Add new page in WordPress CMS. Create Page or Add Page WordPress. WordPress admin panel add new page or create a new page WYSIWYG

 

After click on ‘Add new’.you will be taken to the Page Editor. From here, you will be able to control the format of your page.

3) Give your page a title by you title in the ‘Enter Title Here’ box.

4) Your content will type in the main content area.

5) Click on ‘Publish’ button on the right to publish our page to the public.

Add new page in WordPress CMS. Create Page or Add Page WordPress. WordPress page title, page content area, WYSIWYG and publish button.
Add new page in WordPress CMS. Create Page or Add Page WordPress. WordPress page title, page content area, WYSIWYG and publish button.