Your Dedicated Partner for All Things WordPress

How to Add a New Page in WordPress

Table of Contents

Are you searching for a straightforward and easy way to add a new page to your WordPress website? Look no further! This guide will walk you through the steps of creating a new page from start to finish. In no time, you’ll have an eye-catching page that looks professional and polished.

Step 1: Log into Your WordPress Account.

To get started, log into your WordPress account. Go to your domain name with “/wp-admin” added at the end (e.g., Enter in your username and password and click “Log In” to continue.

Once you’re logged in, you’ll be directed to the dashboard of your website. From here, you can manage all aspects of your website including adding a new page.

Step 2: Choose the Type of Page You Want to Create.

Once logged in, click on “Pages” on the left side and then select “Add New” from the dropdown menu that appears. You should now see an empty page with several editing tools located on top and bottom of the screen. At this point, consider what type of content you want on this page – do you want it to contain text only? Or do you plan on having images and videos as well? Depending on what type of content is included will determine how we move forward with creating this page.

Step 3: Start Adding Content & Formatting Your Page Layout .

Now that we know what type of content we are going to include on our page, let’s actually start adding it! The first step is deciding how we want our content laid out — do we want multiple columns? Or just one large column? To adjust the layout, look for the “Page Attributes” section located in the right sidebar menu when editing your page — here you can choose between different layouts including full width or two columns, etc. After selecting your layout preference, begin adding any text, images or videos to fill in each column accordingly using the formatting tools located at the top and bottom of the screen (e.g., bolding text or changing font size).

Finally, don’t forget about SEO optimization! Make sure each title tag contains relevant keywords related to its content so search engines can easily find it when users search for particular topics online. Additionally, ensure each image includes an alt tag so search engines can understand what it is showing even if it doesn’t load properly or quickly enough due to connection speed issues or other technical difficulties; this will help boost SEO rankings too!

Congratulations – now that all these steps have been completed successfully, your new WordPress page is ready for publishing! Hit “Publish” at the top right corner of your screen and watch as visitors flock towards this awesomely designed webpage! With these simple steps explained above as well as smart SEO optimization tactics incorporated into each element of your webpage’s design such as keyword usage in title tags and image alt tags respectively; rest assured knowing that Google will be able view each component accurately thus increasing chances for higher search engine rankings & more traffic coming towards this newly created webpage! Good luck & happy website building!

How to get started?

Learn more

WordPress Maintenance

Save 33% with our Annual pricing plan.

Get Started

Looking for help? Chat with us.

Are you in need of assistance or guidance? Look no further! Our dedicated team is here and ready to help. Chat with us today and let’s work together to find the perfect solution for your needs.

Our support team will get you:

I believe every website owner deserves a reliable professional support always by their side.

Alexey Seryapin
Founder of WPServices

Having Troubles With WordPress?

Claim Your Free WordPress Maintenance

In today’s fast-paced digital landscape, every website deserves the care and expertise of a professional maintenance team, ensuring optimal performance, enhanced security, and seamless user experiences, so you can focus on growing your business with peace of mind.

Alexey Seryapin
Founder of WPServices

Coupon Code Applied!

Take your time and continue browsing our services.

Alexey Seryapin
Founder of WPServices