Create a basic page
In the Admin toolbar, click on the Manage button, click on Add Content and click Basic Page
- Enter the Title (this is what will appear in large font at the top of the page).
- Body is the main text of content.
- Generate automatic URL alias (Permalink)
Most times you want to let Drupal choose the automatic alias for the page. However, there are times when you want to specify a URL for a particular page. You can uncheck the “Generate automatic URL alias” box and enter your own custom URL. Be sure to avoid special characters when choosing a URL.
- Featured image:
Click "Browse" to add a featured image on this page.
- Menu options:
Select "Provide a menu link" if you would like to add this new page to the site's menu. Be sure to select the parent page which this new page will become a child of.
- Authoring information:
Contains content creator user and date/time of when the content was created.
Click Save (to continue working on the content later) or Publish (to publish the content directly online).
Note: If you are impatient, hurried, or accidental, and click Save or Publish twice for a node (basic page, news, event, etc.) the Drupal system will create a duplicate of that node.The solution for duplicates is simply to delete one of them. Keep calm, slow down the clicking, and delete duplicates.
To edit a basic page
If the page has been published, navigate to the page and use the Edit tab