First and foremost you should keep in mind that Pages are not the same as Posts. They’re not listed by date and you can’t add tags or categories to them. They’re useful to publish static information, like things about yourself.
To add a new page got to Pages > Add New. Then, enter the title and content of your new page, just like you’d do for a post.
You’ll also notice some menus on the right side and bottom of your text editor. These are all options that you can choose for your pages.
Enable / Disable comments
In the Discussion menu, choose to allow or disable comments by simply ticking the option box.
Create pages and sub-pages
In the Attributes menu, you can structure your pages in hierarchies by linking them into an already existing page or into the main page (if you don’t want your page to have a parent page).
You can also define the order for your pages to be displayed.
Don’ forget these options can be overridden by the creation of custom navigation menus.
Using custom page templates
In this menu, you can also choose custom page templates between the ones provided by your theme and give your page a whole different look.
Choose if you want to share your pages in the social network sites you configured in the Sociable Settings in the Sociable menu.
Saving and Publishing
In the Publish menu, you can save pages as Drafts or as Pending review (for multi-author blogs).
You can also change the visibility settings (between public, private or password protected) and define a publish date for your page, if you don’t want to publish it immediately.