Saving as a Draft

Once you have gotten to the Add New Page screen, you can begin the process of adding to your site but often you will find that you want to begin a page and not finish it right away. For that reason, you can create a draft. A draft is the same as a page except that it is not published to your site yet, meaning that no one but you can see it. To save something as a draft, simply choose the Save Draft button as opposed to the Publish button.

This box is located in the right column of your screen. This is where you can choose to publish your page live to your site or save it as a draft to work on later.

This box is located in the right column of your screen. This is where you can choose to publish your page live to your site or save it as a draft to work on later.

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