Use pages for relatively static content that makes up the architecture of your site.
Pages are one of several content types available in the WashU Web Theme. Other content types — built with specific layouts and features — include people, places, items, posts and events. Explore content options »
Unlike other content types, pages do not use categories and they are not dated. Each page “lives” in a single location on your site; this location is where the page appears in the navigation menu, and it’s also reflected in the page’s URL. Pages can have children (very happy occasions!); these child/sub-pages appear in the menu in the right sidebar.
For example, the main pages on this website are 1) Features, 2) Guides & Tutorials and 3) Training & Support. Each of those main pages have child pages, such as this one.
Creating and editing pages
All pages initially are created the same way. After you’ve saved a page, you’ll select a method for editing your page’s body content: using the default content editor or the Tailor page builder.