Your site includes unlimited pages. You can use the Page Builder for creating much more advanced layouts or opt-out to use the default/simple page editor.

To add new pages to your site, and remove or modify existing ones, go to the Pages screen from your site settings panel. 

When you edit any page, you'll be able to add a title, the actual page URL (slug), add a background image, and modify the content area.

The page editor includes a few custom components like the Episode List, Contact Form etc. so you can add those elements to any page.

If you are not ready to publish your page, make sure to change the 'Page Status' to Draft mode.

Adding pages to the site navigation/menu

Pages won't get automatically added to your site navigation, but these can be easily added via the "Customize" area. More info on that is available here.

Page Settings & SEO

Each page includes its own set of "Page Settings". These include the following fields:

  • Title - The title of the page. This appears on the page itself (unless you remove it from your site) and in the dashboard where all your pages are listed.
  • Slug - The "slug" is the part that appears in your URL to determine this specific page. For example, if your page is called "About Our Podcast", the slug can be about or about-our-show (of course, it can be anything else as well, but it'd make sense to match the title on some level)
  • SEO Title - The title that appears on search engine result pages.
  • SEO Description - The page's meta description that appears on search engine result pages or when you share the page on social media.
  • SEO Image - The image that is featured once the page URL is shared.
  • Page Status - Either set the page as "Draft" (can be previewed/edited but not available on the actual site) or as "Published" where it can be accessed right away.
  • Homepage - Use the current page as the site's homepage (frontpage) if this option is set.