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Create pages

There are two main ways to add a new page to your site.

First make sure that you are in a Web module so that you see the page tree.

Adding pages within the page tree

You can create a new page by dragging and dropping a page type from the top of the page tree.

Creating a page using drag and drop
  1. Choose a page type by selecting one of the icons (here a standard page, see Page types).

  2. Drop the icon either between two existing pages (to create a sibling) or on an existing page (to create a child).

  3. Type a title for the new page.

    Inserting a page title

New pages are disabled by default. Use the right-click context menu or the page properties to enable a page.

Adding pages with the context menu

  1. Right-click any existing page and choose More options > 'Create New' Wizard from the context menu.

    Creating pages with context menu

    The New record screen displays.

  2. Click an arrow in the tree to select the position where you want the new page to be created.

    Selecting a position for the new page using the wizard

    The Create new Page screen displays.

  3. Type a title for the page and you may also like to go to the Access tab and enable the page to make it visible on the frontend.

    Making the new page publicly visible

More page properties are explained in the Page properties section.