Content page

Most of your site’s pages will be a Content page. You can use content pages for informational pages or landing pages.  


Screenshot of a content page


  1. Go to Content > Add Content > Content page 

    Screenshot of Add content menu with 'Add content' and 'Content page' highlighted

  2. Type in a Title for your page 

  3. Sidebar settings: If your page requires a sidebar menu, make sure that Sidebar is selected in the dropdown. For landing pages, make sure ‘No Sidebar’ is selected in the dropdown. The Sidebar Paragraphs dropdown sets how many 'Paragraphs' you want floated to the right of the sidebar menu. The body field will always float to the right of the sidebar.  

    Screenshot of sidebar menu settings


  1. Type or paste your content into the Body field (optional). For instructions on how to edit text in the body field, see the section on the WYSIWYG toolbar.

  1. Add Paragraphs (optional).  

  1. Tags (need more info) 

  1. The Featured Image field is optional. The featured image will show as a thumbnail in search results and on any page where a teaser of your content is displayed (ex: News archive pages, taxonomy pages, etc.), this image will not display on the content page itself. 

    Screenshot of news archive with featured images
    News archive page with an article that has no featured image vs. an article with a featured image


  1. To add your page to a menu, expand the ‘Menu settings’ in the list of options on the righthand side of your screen. Toggle the ‘Provide a menu link’ setting and you should see a new list of options. The Menu link title is what will show in the menu, by default it is set to be the title of your page, but you have the option to change this if you wish. The other field you will want to focus on is the ‘Parent link’ dropdown. Here you will choose a parent link for your page. Essentially, this is where your page will “live”.  

    Screenshot of menu settings with settings expanded


  2. By default, URL addresses are automatically generated based on the title of your page and where it is located in the menu. If you need a custom alias, you can create your own by expanding ‘URL alias’ in the list of options on the righthand side of your screen, under the Menu settings. Then, uncheck the ‘Generate automatic URL alias option. This will allow you to edit the URL alias field. 
    ​​Screenshot of expanded URL settings

  3. When your page is complete, click the ‘Save’ button at the top of the page.