How to Create a Web Part Page in SharePoint 2013

SharePoint 2013 adds many new features, including improvements to Lists, Sites, and Pages, as well as a variety of changes pertaining to user interface and locations. In some cases, these changes can cause difficulties in using your sites.  In this article, we will take a look at how to create a Web Part Page in SharePoint 2013. As you know, the Web Part Page is used for adding many Web Parts to a site following the structure on a page. This walkthrough shows you how to create a Web Part Page in SharePoint 2013.

First let’s talk about the user interface involved in the process.  In SharePoint 2010, it’s easy to see in Site Settings, but in SharePoint 2013, we need to go through a few steps.

  • On your site, go to the PAGE tab in the Ribbon and select the View All Pages menu.

 

  • Select the FILES tab, expand the New Document drop-down list, and click on the Web
    Part Page menu:

 

 

  • Input Name, select Layout and Save Location, then click the Create button:



At this point, you will be taken to your new Web Part page:

 

Enjoy!


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