You will then see a sidebar with a list of existing pages.
To add a new page, simply click on the + button from the sidebar.
There are 6 types of pages you can add to your Weebly site:
Standard page — A new empty page that follows your template theme . You can customize the page with drag-and-drop elements like any other Weebly pages. You can set the page to private/public and customize the page URLs in the SEO settings.
Blog Page — A new blog page template where all your articles live. Writing new articles is pretty seamless on Weebly. The blog also comes with a few features such as author, categorization, RSS feed, and comments.
Category Page — Creates a new page that organize similar products in a single page.
Product Page — Adds a new product page to your site.
External Page — Creates a link in the navigation that links to an external site.
Non-clickable Menu — Creates a navigation menu item that's not clickable. Use this to organize your sub pages without redirecting to a new page.
For the purpose of this tutorial, let's create a new standard page.
The next section will teach you how to add a new sub page.
How to add a sub page in Weebly
First, create 2 new standard pages and name them sub page 1 and 2 respectively.
Note that these are empty pages for now.
To create the sub pages, simply drag sub page 1 & 2 slightly to the right beneath the new page so they are indented.
The indented pages have now become sub pages! Weebly will automatically create a dropdown menu for your sub pages.
You can verify this by clicking on the navigation menu and look for the sub pages.
You can also create multi-level sub pages by following the same process.
Using non-clickable menu
This is an optional step.
If you want to create a menu that doesn't redirect to another page like this:
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