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How to Create a Page

Pro Trainer
Learning Center
High Volume & Corporate

Creating new pages in your LearnWorlds school allows you to introduce fresh content to your website beyond the default pages provided in our Website builder. This presents an excellent opportunity for you to customize your site and provide your users with more details—be it about yourself, your courses, or your business!

In this article, we will go through the process of creating new pages in your LearnWorlds school. To create a new page, navigate to Website Design Edit Website.

1. Click on Add Icon New Page.

2. Click on Pages and click on the + icon.

3. Click on Pages Manage all pages. In the Pages Manager window, select New Page.

You will be given the option to choose either an empty page or one of our different ready-made Page Templates, with a variety of options, including:

  • Landing pages
  • 1 Click Sales Funnels
  • Courses 
  • About Us 
  • Contact Us 
  • Pricing 
  • Blog 
  • Error 
  • Thank You

You can also import a page (and import & sync) from the same school or from a different LearnWorlds school under the same organization in the Learning Center plans or higher and in the Pro trainer plan with an additional add-on. You can find out more in this article.

Once the page template is added, it automatically comes with your branding and your chosen colors and fonts fetched from your Theme Explorer. You can then, of course, edit the page by altering the text/images and adding new sections or widgets. 

For this example, we will choose a Landing page template.

On the window that appears, add the following details about the new page you are creating:

  • The name of the new page.
  • The name of the URL of the new page (slug).
  • Whether or not you want the page to be added to a new page group or assign to an existing group.
  • Whether or not you want the new page to be published upon creation.

You can now find your newly created page in the Pages Manager under All Pages and the Page Group to which it belongs.

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