Once a SharePoint site is published, you, as a member of a site, can add new pages to it. Go to Settings, select Add a page, and populate details for your page.
If the Add a page dialog says “checked out to you”, only you can be able to make changes to that page and the changes will be visible only to you. Once the page is done, check it in so that others can view and make edits to it. When all is done, publish the page to make it visible to visitors.
Templates allow you to save time on layout and design work. This allows users to focus more time on creating and formatting content for the site.
When features are disabled, options are greyed out. To have access to those options, communicate with your site administrator.
The short video below explains how to create a new publishing page.
This video is one of the video tutorials help items from VisualSP, the plug-and-play add-on application that provides end-users with context-sensitive instant help at the moment of need. The solution automates help and support for SharePoint and Office 365 end-users. To see how it works, see a live demo at: VisualSP Contextual Help System.
Author: Asif Rehmani has been a SharePoint Trainer, Consultant, Author, and a SharePoint Server MVP since 2007. He’s the founder of VisualSP
VisualSP provides just-in-time learning and help through proprietary help system software. Also, the website hosts a variety of training videos authored by renowned experts in the industry.
Over the years, Asif has provided SharePoint consulting and training to major clients such as Department of Defense, NASA, Hersheys, Toshiba, State Farm, Federal Home Loan Bank, US Army and many more.