How to create a new page
The first thing you’ll want to do is log in to your WordPress website’s admin area. Once you have done that, click on the “Pages” menu item in the left navigation menu. This will take you to a list of all your pages.
CREATE A WORDPRESS PAGE
Click the “Add New” button at the top of the page. This will take you to the Add New Page page, which has the WordPress editor and all the settings for your new page.
In the top box, you’ll enter the title of your new page. The editor area is where you’ll enter the text of your page and insert images. As you are filling out the various fields for your new page, at some point you’ll notice that a permalink field will appear directly under the title. A permalink is often called a “slug” and basically is the address or URL of the page you are creating. WordPress automatically determines the permalink based on the title you entered. If you don’t like the permalink WordPress creates, you can click the Edit button next to it and change it to something more suitable.
You can also set custom Aheto Options for your page. To do this, use the settings bar below the content area of the page and select Skin, Header and Footer for your page.
Take note: To correctly display and use the Aheto plugin functionality, please, select Aheto Canvas Template in the sidebar of the page settings.
What is Aheto Canvas Page Template
The Aheto Canvas Page Template removes your Header and Footer and Sidebars and add your custom Header and Footer for pages. This is great for creating specific pages inside your website, pages such as landing pages, coming soon pages, maintenance mode pages, etc.
For using Aheto Page Template do these simple steps:
- Create a New Page, and hit Edit with Elementor.
- Click on the Settings icon on the left side, and under Page Layout look for the Aheto Canvas option.
Once you have configured the appropriate fields for your page, click the blue Publish button. This makes the page live to the public, but may or may not show up in your navigation menu, depending on how the menu is now configured (more later). You can also click the Save Draft button to save the page for later; in this state, the page is not visible to the public.