With concrete5, your whole site is organized in a tree. You can see what your site's architecture looks like by going to the Dashboard > Sitemap:
Adding pages in concrete5.7 is different from earlier versions of concrete5. You now have a drafts section where you can work on pages that have no place in your live site yet.
To add a page, click the Pages icon in your main tool bar.
The top section of this tab shows the page types that are available for the current editor to add.
Click Empty Page and you are instantly taken to a new page in edit mode and you can start dragging blocks wherever you want them.
Click a page type like Job Posting or Portolfio Project and you will be instantly taken to Composer for a new page of that type so you can quickly enter the required meta data.
When you're ready to publish your page, make sure you've given it a name and a parent from the Settings > Composer tab.
At the bottom of the pages tab you'll see a drafts section. This lists all the pages you've been working on but have not yet picked a location and published.
Every site is built differently, so you will see different options for page types, based on your site's needs. The above is just an example of page types that might be on a website.
Pages can also be added through your site's Full Sitemap by clicking on the page name in which you'd like to add the new page beneath, then choosing the Add Page option from the menu, as shown here:
You can then choose your page type and fill in the page details:
To publish the page as-is, you can click the blue Publish Page button, but if content edits/additions are needed before the page is published, you'll want to click on the green Edit Mode button, which will take you out to the page in Edit Mode.
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