[resolved] [closed] Can't add a new page (6 posts)

  1. marshallalmarode
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I have had no problems adding pages in the past but now I can create a page and it shows up in my pages menue but it doesn't show up on my website.

  2. marshallalmarode
    Posted 3 years ago #

    How do I add a picture to my website. I just forgot for some reason.

  3. Knut Sparhell
    Posted 3 years ago #

    First: http://learn.wordpress.com/

    Pages does not necessarily show up in a navigation menu on front, and will never appear among posts. That will happen if you have created a menu and connected that menu to one of your theme's menu locations, and this menu has not ticket the "Automatically add new top-level pages". Then you have to add the page to the menu manually, through the user interface in Appearance - Menus.

    You should perhaps add posts, not pages?

    Adding images to your site, as a header image, is done through Appearance - Header, as long as your theme supports it. Images may also be added to posts and pages through the small button above the text area.

    Finally: http://learn.wordpress.com/

  4. marshallalmarode
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Thanks Knut,
    I got it fixed!

  5. Maria Liv
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hey there.

    I'm quite new with wordpress, and have problems adding new pages. My site is set up by someone else, and now I've to take it from here. Problem is that I can't make it work. As marshallalmarode wrote, I can also create a new page which shows up on my page menu, but not on my website.
    The weird thing is that when I go into pages menu and click 'view page' on the new page, I just added, the website appears with the new page, but I can't see where it's placed and I can't find it again.

    Any idea what's happening?
    Thank you!

  6. esmi
    Forum Moderator
    Posted 2 years ago #

    @Maria Liv: As per the Forum Welcome, please post your own topic. Posting in an old, resolved,topic prevents us from being able to track issues by topic. Added to which, your problem - despite any similarity in symptoms - is likely to be completely different.

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