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Adding a Regular Page

A Regular Page is a blank slate. Use blocks to create a custom layout of text, images, audio, forms, and more. This versatile page is a great choice for contact pages, about pages, and—for many sites—the majority of your content.

Step 1 - Add a Regular Page

In the Home Menu, click Pages, then click a + icon and choose Page. For detailed steps, visit Adding pages to your navigation.

Tip: In stacked Indexes, the icon is labeled Content.

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Step 2 - Choose a starter layout

Starter layouts are professional designs with prearranged placeholder blocks.

  • To build a page from scratch, choose Blank.  
  • If you're choosing any layout other than Blank, visit Building a page to learn how to work with starter layouts.

Add a Page Title, and click Start Editing.

Tip: There are keyboard shortcuts for quickly adding a blank page.

Step 3 - Add content

In the page editor that opens, use the + icon to customize the page with blocks:

When you've finished adding content, click Save.

Step 4 - Style the page

Use the Style Editor to adjust your page's style. Regular Pages don't have page-specific style options, but tweaks that change site-wide options such as fonts, background colors, and padding will affect your Regular Pages. To learn more, visit Making style changes.

Some templates have special features that display on Regular Pages:

Edit the page

To edit an existing page, go to that page and click the Edit annotation in the preview.

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Open page settings

You can use Page Settings to edit a page's title, URL, thumbnail, and other options. To open Page Settings:

  1. From the Home Menu, click Pages.
  2. Hover over the page.
  3. Click the gear-icon.

Learn more at Page Settings.

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Delete the page

To delete the page:

  1. From the Home Menu, click Pages.
  2. Hover over the page.
  3. Click the trash can icon.

Learn more at Deleting a page.

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Next steps

After adding a Regular Page, you may want to:

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