This builds on the following intros:
Some files are treated as contents, while others are treated as pages.
Let’s create a text file to see it in action. As you can verify it shows up as a content, and it does not appear as a page in the menu, although in the IDE, we can see it is on the same level.
To turn our content into a page, let’s create a file named
.Page inside it.
Now it will appear in the menu, and will not show up as a content any more.
That’s all the difference. If a file’s type chain contains a
we consider it a page. Otherwise, it’s a content.