Creating a page

Once you've created a node, you'll need to add a page to it that'll be visible to your users. 

Pages can also already be available to you if a developer in your team has already set them up.

Select the node where you want your new page to be and click New then select Create Page
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Input a name for your new page, this can be anything you want but it's best to keep it relevant to what you're creating
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Select if you want your page to be saved in a Draft state or a Default state (it will go live as soon as you press Save here so if you don't want an empty page live in production then it's best to select Draft).
Select the state of your page
Select the simple layout or a page template ( this article shows you how to create a page template)
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Click the Save button and this will open the page editor
Save your new page
Edit your page by adding layout elements and Tastics (we'll go through how to do this in the next article) then click Save, you'll then be taken back to the Stage screen
Your page will be found in the section you selected as the state (either Draft or Default). If you selected Draft, you can make your page live by clicking the more icon (three vertical dots) next to the name of your page and selecting Make Default.

Changing the settings of a page

You can edit the name of your page by clicking the more icon and selecting Settings. You can also change what environments your page is available in.

Editing page settings

Deleting and archiving a page

You can delete your page completely by selecting the trash can icon and then clicking Confirm as shown below.

Note: This action can't be undone.

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If you just want to remove it from the Draft state and keep it as a reference, you can move it to the archive by clicking the  more icon and selecting Archive. You can then access your page within the Archived section if you change your mind.

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Page history

You can check the history of your page by selecting the more icon (three vertical dots) and clicking Version history:

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You can also duplicate page version or schedule a page version which we'll go through later, but first, let's look at how to use the page editor.

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