Creating a WordPress page is very similar to creating a WordPress post. Just remember their differences, WordPress posts are generally news or informational updates about a certain topic or talking point which are listed in reverse chronological order. It can be tagged, categorized and even archived on your site. A WordPress page, on the other hand, are generally reserved for static content or information.
Creating a page
To get started adding a new page to your WordPress site, find the Pages menu in the WordPress Dashboard Navigation menu and click the Add new button at the top of the page.
Once clicked, you can already enter your page information in the provided text fields. Similar to creating a post, Enter your page title in the text box with the placeholder ‘Enter title here’ and enter page content at the provided text area below.
If you have a basic understanding of HTML, you can enter your html code in the text area under the ‘Text’ tab.
On the other hand, for users who don’t have any knowledge at coding can select the ‘Visual’ tab to visually edit and add content to a single WordPress page. You can also fully customize the page content such as text formats, adding links, and adding media files (by clicking Add Media button).
For some WordPress sites who have the divi-builder theme installed, you can click the Use the Divi Builder button to use the visual and module editor of the divi theme.
For in-depth guide on how to use the divi builder, click here.
Publishing your page
Publishing your WordPress page is also the same as publishing a WordPress post. At the right section, there is also a publish panel wherein you can publish your WordPress page. You can first preview the appearance of your page by clicking the Preview button in the Publish panel. You can also save it as a draft by clicking the Save Draft button. To finalize and publish your WordPress page, click the Publish button at the bottom part of the panel.