Our WordPress Themes utilise the built-in pages functions available to WordPress. You can create unlimited pages all manageable from inside your WordPress Admin panel.

If you haven't already we recommend following our content import guide to import the default pages as used in the demo. You can then customize these as much or as little as you like.

How To Access Pages

WordPress Theme Pages
WordPress Theme Pages.

You can access the pages directly via WordPress under:

WordPress Admin > Pages

Working With Pages

In this section we will explore how to work with pages.

Adding A Page

Within the pages page click on the Add New button in the top left to create a new page.

Replace add title with your own title for the page.

Within the content area you can add your own content by either manually typing or clicking on the plus icon to add blocks of content. Our themes support lots of shortcode to instantly generate elements within pages as used by our default pages.

At the right of the page you have many options available:

Template - A page template is a design used by the page. Our themes support various options including full width (no sidebar) and default (sidebar).

URL - Set the URL used by the page. Some consideration should be taken here for SEO.

Featured Image - Set a featured image. This image will display at the top of the page, you can control aspects of this image under Wizard Panel > Pages.

Allow Comments - Enable this option to add comments to the page. Comments allow a user to leave a comment, all comments will be displayed at the bottom of the page.

Parent Page - Optionally you can set a parent page, this will make the page a sub-page of it. This can have some benefits to structure and SEO. For example you may have a parent page of Hosting and then sub pages of Shared Hosting, Reseller Hosting etc. In terms of the URL the parent will be shown e.g This is a good way to organise your pages/services.

Custom Fields - At the bottom of the page you have a section named custom fields. This can be used to add a custom banner to replace the default.

When you are ready to go live click on the Publish icon in the top right.

Removing A Page

To remove a page go to WordPress Admin > Pages, hover over the page you'd like to remove and click on Trash. This will remove the page from the front-end and any menu links to it. The page is moved to the Trash, it can still be restored by visiting the Trash link at the top. Once removed from the Trash it is permanently deleted.

Customizing A Page

WordPress Page Shortcode Customization
WordPress Page Shortcode Customization.

Once you have created your page you can add content within the box under the title. Either start typing to add content or click on the Plus icon to add pre-defined blocks of content. Content blocks include paragraphs, headings, images, galleries, video/content embeds, social media and much more. Blocks can be moved around/ re-ordered as you choose.

Our themes support lots of shortcodes which will generate pre-integrated, fully customizable and responsive elements. Shortcode is similar to HTML but much easier to edit and does not require coding experience. The elements you can generate include feature boxes, pricing tables, product slides, banners & more.

We have used this same shortcode to create all of the default pages.

Learn More

Once you have created and published your page you will likely want to add it to a menu so users can navigate to it. Check out our full menu guide below:

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Wizard Panel Settings

Within our Theme Options panel (Wizard Panel) you can customize some settings relating to pages under the Pages tab.

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If you have any questions please leave a comment below or contact our support.