On the web, your blog's pages are static web pages that are accessible on your blog, but won’t show up on the dashboard. They may be useful for things like your bio, contact information, or master lists. You can also use them to redirect to other websites, or create a link to your posts with a specific tag.
In our apps, the pages that you can enable are limited to your Likes and Following pages. To create more complex pages (as described in the Types of Pages section), please use a web browser.
Looking for a workaround to link your pages in the apps?
You can create an HTML link in your blog's description, linking it to your
page. For example:
Page!</a> (replacing “pageurl” with the URL you set for your
Types of Pages
You have a few options to create your pages:
- Standard Layout pages will respect your blog's theme, and will be displayed based on your existing styles.
- Custom Layout pages allow you to customize the code to be specifically used on that page. Since these pages will not use your theme's existing resources, you will need to write the HTML, CSS, and JS to be used on that page.
- Link pages will redirect the visitor to another URL. You could link visitors to your profile on external sites like Twitter or Facebook, or all your posts with a specific tag (learn how on our page about Organizing With Tags).
Pages are static and completely separate from your blog posts. You can't post or reblog to your pages.
Start by going to your blog's Customize page: click the palette icon at the
top right corner of the web view of your blog (yourblog.tumblr.com). You can
also go to the Customize page from the account menu account icon ( ) at the top of the dashboard: click the gear icon to visit your settings,
choose your blog from the menu on the right, then click “Edit Theme.”
Once you're on your blog's customize page:
- Click “Add a Page” located in the "Edit theme" sidebar at the left side of the screen.
- Choose a page layout (Standard Layout, Custom Layout, or Link).
- Type a page URL in the field after
yourblog.tumblr.com/. For example, a master list page could be /masterlist and a bio page could be /bio.
- Add a title in the "Page Title" field.
- Klicke auf den Schalter "Einen Link zu dieser Seite anzeigen".
- Klicke auf "Speichern".
To prevent spam and other types of abuse, link pages are unavailable for new accounts. They will become available once your account has been vetted.
There are a few things to consider when troubleshooting pages:
- If your link page isn't working, make sure you’ve included
https://at the beginning of the URL in the page edit box.
- Wenn dein Blog keine Seitenlinks anzeigt, kann das mehrere Gründe haben:
- Du verwendest ein Template, das Seiten nicht unterstützt.
- Du verwendest eigenen HTML-Code, der Seiten nicht unterstützt.
- You did not select "Show a link to this page" when creating your page.
- If your custom theme is not showing links to your pages (and you have checked your theme's settings), check our custom themes documentation about pages blocks (developer level).