This article will show you how to create a custom page for your Magento site, and how to include links to it on other pages. It will also walk through how to use the editor to complete some basic tasks, such as changing colors, adding images, etc...
- Open your Magento admin panel.
- Navigate to Content -> Elements -> Pages tab
3. On the righthand side of the page, select Add New Page
4. Enter the necessary info for Page Title. Make sure Status is set to enabled if you want the page to be viewable to visitors.
5. Navigate to Search Engine Optimization tab and enter a URL Key. Remember the URL Key you entered here, as you will need it to create a link to your page later.
6. To edit the content of the page, click the Content tab, and click the Show / Hide Editor button to open the editor controls.
The content editor contains many options for formatting the web page similar to what you might see in word processor software such as Microsoft Word, including font styles (bold, italics, underline), text alignment, tables, bulleted lists, color selectors, options for inserting images, and more. If you are familiar with HTML, you can click Show / Hide Editor to enter the HTML for the page directly, however, a tutorial on HTML is beyond the scope of this article.
7. Enter the content you wish to be shown on your custom page.
8. When all content is entered and formatted as desired, Click Save Page on the upper left of the page.
9. To view your page, navigate back to Content -> Elements -> Pages(It should redirect you back here after saving) and open the Select drop-down on the right-hand side. And choose the View option.
10. To include a link to your new page on another Content page or Static Block, open the Content Editor for that page, highlight the section of text you wish to use as a link, and click the Insert/Edit Link button.
11. Enter the URL Key you used for step 5 and select a target. The title field is optional. When done, press the Insert button.
12. When finished, save the page, and view it. You`ll see the link to the custom page you just made is now shown.