Adding and Deleting Pages
From Georgetown University Commons Knowledge Base
Unlike the posts that regularly update, pages create spaces on the blog to include more stagnant information. An example of a page could be an Annotated Bibliography page for a research blog that includes a list of relevant sources, or an About My Project page for a summary of the work. These pages can always be updated and edited, but, by and large, they remain fairly static in contrast to the frequency of the blog posts.
Adding a page
- click on the "New Page" button that appears on the drop down "New Post" tab next to your sign in name,
- click on the drop down arrow of the "Page" button on the sidebar,then click the "Add New" option,
- or click on the "Pages" link in the "Right Now" box to open and edit existing pages.
Once the text box is open, proceed in the same fashion. A commenting option will appear beneath each public post; just click to open a text box and publish your comment. The "QuickPress" box on the right also lets you post directly from your dashboard, without having to navigate to the Posts menu.
Deleting a page
To delete a page, view your pages; hover over the page you want to delete, and select "delete."