Publish Your Page

Once you have created a new page, you will eventually want to publish it. WordPress offers you a few different ways to go about publishing your page. All of the publishing options are located in the right column of your Edit Page screen in the box entitled Publish.

This box is located at the top of the right column in the Add New and Edit Page screen. Within it, you can publish or save as a draft, monitor who can view the page, preview changes, update or delete.

This box is located at the top of the right column in the Add New and Edit Page screen. Within it, you can publish or save as a draft, monitor who can view the page, preview changes, update or delete.

  • To publish immediately, choose the Publish button in the bottom right corner. Once you have published a page, notice that the Status changed from Draft to Published.
  • To publish at a later date, you will want to select Edit next to Publish Immediately. From there, you can select the date and time you want your page to publish.

**Note: In this box, you can also change who will be able to view your page by editing Visibility.**

Viewing a Published Page

Once you publish your page, you can view your page a few different ways.

  • Select View Page once it appears under Add New Page or Edit Page screen title.

    Once you publish you page, a button to view it will appear under the Edit Page or Add New Page screen title.

    Once you publish you page, a button to view it will appear under the Edit Page or Add New Page screen title.

  • Select View Page where it appears under the title of the page next to the page URL.

    You can also select the View Page button underneath the page title and next to the URL.

    You can also select the View Page button underneath the page title and next to the URL.

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