Create pages on WordPress.com

  1. Go to “Pages” on your blog’s dashboard.
  2. Click on “Add New” to add a new page.
  3. Enter a page title.
  4. Insert your content (you can do this later, if you are not yet ready with the content).

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  5. If you want your site to be a subpage of an already existing page select a parent page in the “Page Attributes” on the right side of your dashboard.
  6. Define which template your new page should use. You can for example create an archive page, a page with full width, a sitemap or a normal “default” page.

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  7. Order the hierarchy of your subpages with the numbers in the Order field.
  8. Click on the “Save Draft” button to save the new page.
  9. Click on the “Publish” button if you are ready to publish the new page. Don’t publish the page f you haven’t yet inserted the content.

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Create pages on Wix.com

  1. Choose your site and click on it to open the Wix Editor.
  2. On the right side of the Wix Editor you will find the Page Manager. Click on “Add Page” to add a new page. You can also rename already existing pages.Visit the Wix Support Center
  3. Reorder the pages in the Page Manager by drag and drop.
  4. To add subpages select the page you want to have subpages. Click on “Add” on the Wix Editor’s menu, select “Add Page Parts” and choose “Page Groups”.Visit the Wix Support Center
  5. Wix will add three new subpages to your section name.
  6. Rename the new subpages within the Page Manager and delete the pages you don’t need. Resize and edit the new page by dragging at the edges. Mention that you will need some space to display the local navigation and make the subpages smaller than the main pages.Visit the Wix Support Center
  7. To make the subpages visible you need to add a menu for the subpages:
    Click on the first subpage inside your section.
    Click “Add Menu” on the Page Group Toolbox.Visit the Wix Support Center
  8. Browse the menu gallery and choose a submenu for your website.Visit the Wix Support Center
  9. Place the new menu inside the main page by drag & drop. Don’t drag it inside the subpage. Click on the new submenu and choose “Manage”.Visit the Wix Support Center
  10. Make sure the new submenu is connected with the right page group.Visit the Wix Support Center
  11. Do the same for all submenus.Visit the Wix Support Center

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Create pages on Weebly.com

  1. Choose your site and click on the “Edit Site” button.
  2. Click on the “Pages” record to manage the pages.
  3. Click on the “New Page” button to add a new page.
  4. Enter your page name.
  5. Decide if the site should be shown in the navigation menu or not. Normally all pages should be visible. Don’t hide pages that are for your site visitors.
  6. If you want to add subpages create a normal page and reorder it as a subpage by drag and drop.

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Name pages and sections

Take a critical look at your page names and section names.
Rewrite them if you cannot answer the fallowing questions with yes:

  • Is the page named clearly?
  • Does the page name use the site visitor’s words?
  • Is the page name as explicit as it can be?
  • Does the page name describe and summarize the page content?
  • Does the page name really match the content?
  • Does the page name contain the relevant keyword for this page?
  • Is the page name shorter than 60 characters?
  • Is the page name unique on my website?

Check also if the page names agree with each other:

  • Do they all use the same part of speech?
  • Do they all use the same verb tense?
  • Do they all use plural or singular?
  • Do they all use the same language?

Write your page names as clearly and explicitly as you can. Call each thing by its proper name and don’t use fancy or clever names. Jargon, visual metaphors, branding and marketing terms are not welcome on navigation menus.

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