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How to create new page in Magento

  1. From Magento Admin panel to CMS→Pages
  2. On top right click "Add New Page"
  3. Fill in Page Information
  4. Click "Save Page" button

You probably already know that Magento installation comes with several previously configured pages.

Your store will probably need more of them, and in case you don’t know how to create one, here’s a short tutorial on how to do so.

You need to start by logging in to Magento Admin Panel, navigating to CMS and choosing Pages menu item.

This is what you will see:


Please note that in order to have CMS menu item as an integral part of your main menu, you need to download our Magento Simple menu module.

Once you choose Pages, a new screen will give you an overview of all of your existing pages.

Add New Page orange button is located in the upper-right part of the screen, and you should navigate and click in order to start creating your new page.


Now, you need to enter page information, so start by defining page title and it’s URL key.

Make sure that URL key is based on a title that you have assigned to the page previously, written in small letters and separated by hyphens, not spaces.

Choose Store View, where the page will be active.

Select Enabled from the drop down menu, in order to make your page visible.

See the screenshot below:


Go ahead and move to the left-hand side menu and click on the Content tab and enter what your page is all about!

Next, click on Page Layout tab and choose the desired layout for your page (it can be presented in one column, 2 columns with left or right bar, or three columns.)

It will appear like this:

Choosing page layout

Enter Meta Data for better SEO and click on Save Page orange button located in the upper-right corner of the page to save your new page.

Save page orange button

Notice that you will need to reindex your data after you are done creating a new page in Magento.

Also, if you have the need to edit your page or make additional changes head over to Simple menu manager.