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Note: This article is for anyone using a Site Builder compatible theme. 

This article will go over how to create an additional custom page using our awesome Site Builder feature. This is ideal for including an About Us page, Contact page, an FAQ, or anything else that you feel like adding! This is a great chance for you to personalize your site and give your users more information.


Note: If you’re not using our Site Builder and are on a previous Theme version, please check out this article instead: Adding additional pages to your Thinkific site.


How to create a custom page

Head over to your Site Builder by going to Design Your Site > Site Builder and go to the Pages tab. From here, click on Custom pages. We have a couple example templates here that you can start with, but feel free to create a new one.


Thinkific custom page


Once you click on the Add Page button, you'll be prompted to name your page. Give it a name (this can be changed later) and click Add Page once more in the pop up. Once you’ve created it, you’ll see it in your list of custom pages.


Name your custom page



How to edit a custom page

Once you’ve created your custom page, click on your page name to get started adding in your sections with the Add Section button. You have a large selection of sections to choose from and you can rearrange them and add as many as you like! Isn’t that awesome? 


Once you’re done editing your page, click on the gear icon in the right-hand corner of the editor to change your page settings. 




From the page settings menu, you can:

  • Publish your page by clicking the toggle next to Draft. Draft pages will not be visible to anyone.

  • Change your page name.

  • Change your page URL. You can only change the end URL - the beginning will default to your site URL like https://yoursite.thinkific.com/pages/about-me. You can also use the Copy URL link to quickly share the full link.

  • Set the page to be private to users who are logged in or have an active enrollment in a specific course or bundle

  • Delete your page


Once you’ve made your page, don’t forget to add a link to your site so your users can access it. You can add a link to your header by going into your Header, then adding a link block. Similarly, you can add a link to your footer by going into your footer and adding a Link block.


Add link to header


How to make a private page

Once you’ve created your custom page, you can set access to the page as private so that only users enrolled in specific courses or bundles can access the page. This is great if you want to provide additional information or resources for your students that you don't necessarily want to include in a course itself. Students will need to be logged in and have an active enrollment in the specified course/bundle in order to access the private page.


To set up one of your custom pages as a private page, before you publish your page in your page settings section, you can check off the box for Make this page private and you'll be given two options:


  1. To logged in users - this makes the page visible to logged in users only, which makes it more private for your users. If a visitor tries to access this page while they are not logged in, they will be redirected to sign in to your Thinkific site to view the page.
  2. To users enrolled in (available as a feature on the Business Plan and above) - you will be able to select a specific course or bundle that the student will need to have an active enrollment in for them to access the page. If a visitor tries to access this page without having an active enrollment in the course/bundle, or they are not logged in, they will not be able to access the page.

Once you've selected who you want to make the page private to, don't forget to publish the page so that you can start sharing the link with your students!




If you've created a private page, you'll want to consider how to share the link to the page to your students. You can send them a link to the private page by including it in one of your student's email notifications or through our mass user email feature, or include it in the first lesson of the course.


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