This guide will explain what pages are and why they’re important to your website.
Pages are one of the main types of content on your website.
Your website will have different types of pages, depending on their purpose. These are some examples:
- Landing page
- Inner page
Your page will contain different assets such as text, images, links, etc.
Pages on your website
You can find the list of pages on your website in the dashboard area, under ‘All pages’.
|You can also create a new page by clicking ‘Add New’. This guide explains how "How to create a new page".|
For now, if you click ‘All Pages’, you’ll find an overview of the various pages on your site, presented in a table.
In the left column is the page title, the middle is the page author, and the right is the publishing date of that page.
At the top of the table, you’ll be able to see several filters you can use to change your view. These are dependent on the various status of the page. The number next to each status lets you know how many pages fall into that category::
- All - lists all of your pages
- Mine - this will list all the pages that you’ve created
- Published - lists all of your published pages
- Drafts - lists all of your pages in drafts
- Private - lists all of your pages that have been set to ‘private’ setting
- Cornerstone content - lists all the most important and high ranking pages across your site
- Bin - this is not currently shown in the image but is where you can find any pages that have been placed in the website’s recycle bin
In the list of pages, you’ll notice that if you hover over one, a list of options appears:
- Edit - allows you to edit the page on the backend
- Quick Edit - this will open up some quick edit options to edit on the fly
- Bin - places the page into the website’s recycle bin, which you can find in the Bin filter
- View - allows you to view the page.