Create a Web Part Page in SharePoint Online

In this article I would like to share how to create a Web Part Page in SharePoint.

In this article I would like to share how to create a Web Part Page in SharePoint.

Web Part Pages

A Web Part Page creates an ASPX page with Web Part Zones that you can use to add Web Parts or lets site users add Web Parts for use by using the browser. The new page has the same look and feel as the rest of the site, including its borders and navigation elements. The page is automatically associated with your site master page. When creating a new Web Part Page, you can choose from several Web Part Page templates, each with a different layout of Web Part Zones.

How to create a Web Part Page

Use the following listed procedure to create a Web Part Page.

Step 1

Go to your site and click on Site Contents from your left navigation as shown below.
side contents in sharepoint
Step 2

On the site content page you can see “Site Pages” under the Lists, Libraries, and other Apps section and then click on the site pages to create a page as shown below.

site pages folder

Step 3

When you click on the site pages you will be navigated to the site pages library, where you can create a new Web Part Page.

site page library
Step 4

Click “Files” from the top ribbon to create a new Web Part Page in your SharePoint site.

SharePoint Site

Step 5

Then click on “New Document” and select Web Part Page as shown below.

new document in share point

Step 6

When you click on “Web Part Page”, you will be navigated to “New Web Part Page”. There you can create a new Web Part Page as in the following:

new web part page

Step 7

Then provide the following details and click on the create button to save the page as in the following:

  • Name: Name for your Web Part Page
  • Layout: Select the layout design
  • Save Location: Choose the Document Library

full page verticle

Finally your Web Part Page will be created in you site as in the following:

web part page will be created in you site

Summary

In this article we explored how to create a Web Part Page in a SharePoint site.