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Content Sections are the most common types of Sections. In fact, many websites are made up entirely of basic Content pages.
When you create a Content section within a given Button, the entire page inside the header, footer and menus is available for your content.
This type of section holds pages that are generally "One-Off" pages. In other words, straight information. If this section will continually have new information, perhaps you should use an Article or Blog section. The page you are currently looking at is within a Content Section.
I choose a Content section for this information because the information held here is pretty much static, it will not change. Well... that's almost true. If the software changes, this page will be updated, but the old page becomes obsolete and I don't need it anymore.
This makes it a perfect candidate for a Content Section.
You are then given a page editor to add the content of the first Content Page of this Section. Once you save that page you will be taken back to the page from which you started.
Once you have created a Content Section and Page, and you have the security to edit them, you will see new items in the Edit menu for Editing and Deleting the Page and Section you just created as well as the ability to Add a Page to your Content Section.
If you want to add another page to your Content section and use the Edit Menu and select "Add a Page". You are then given a page editor to add the content of the first Content Page of this Section. Once you save that page you will be taken back to the page from which you started. Since this is the second page you have created in this section, you will now see each page listed within the "Pages" area.
You now have all of the information you need to create informative Content Sections and Pages for your Website.