SharePoint Responsive > Basics > Creating a New Page
Before creating a new page it is important to ask yourself a few strategic questions:
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When you create a new page, the first time you check it in it will automatically be added to the menus, both the left-hand and the top drop-down (when applicable). All editors and approvers will be able to see the page in the navigation after it has first been published. The public will only be able to see the page in the navigation after it has first been published.
If a page is not show up in the navigation and you'd like it to- or if it is showing up in the navigation and you'd prefer it didn't - please contact the Help Desk. Also, if your pages are not showing up in the order you'd like them to in the navigation, please contact the Help Desk and indicate the exact order you'd like reflected.
Read more about changing navigation titles.
When you create a new page, SharePoint will ask you for the Page Name. This is the name that will become part of the URL. You will set the name that appears in the navigation menus and the heading after the page has been created. When creating a name for a new page URL, please keep in mind the following guidelines:
The following should not be used as part of page names:
“ ” ’ ‘
Only the single dash - to separate words in the page name (URL) is acceptable.