AN important new addition to the TypePad service has been announced that allows you to create stand alone pages, for example offering contact details.
In the past the only way to do this without using Advanced Templates was to create a page and back date it so it didn't appear on the front page and make any updates when required.
But as TypePad explains it is now a simple option of writing a "New Page" instead of post, giving it a file name and then linking to it from a sidebar.
Other page types you might want to consider include disclaimers, a links page, shipping and postage information if you are a retailer or a simple map for location details.
You also have the option to make one of these pages the front page of your site and if you really wanted to you could build a static site using a number of different pages.
This feature is something that has existed in WordPress for a long time but the option to do it in TypePad is a real bonus to those who don't want the fun and games involved with installing software on servers (Via: Simon Dickson).
If you have any questions about this feel free to leave a comment below.
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