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Read through this guide or watch our short video introduction to learn how to create your ‘About us’ page.
Let’s begin by clicking the About Us link.
First, fill in a short description of your website. You can hover your mouse over ‘View Examples’ to get an idea of what is required here. Google uses this information when it displays their search results.
Next, you can enter the main body of content for your About Us page. Please note that your About Us page must be a minimum of 500 characters long.
Let’s add a gallery to your site. Below your main content there are a number of options available, from adding maps to content forms. Click on the Gallery button.
In the Gallery block, you have the option of displaying your images either in a grid format, or as a slider. For this example, we're going to use a slider.
Click the box that says 'Click to add image' and then select the image you wish to upload. You are able to upload more than one image at a time. Once you've uploaded your images, click 'Preview' and you'll be shown how your site will look. If you are happy with it, click 'Save and Close'.
Your website should look similar to what is below.
The final step is to click the Activate Website button.
Your first HugoFox page has been created. You can now expand your page by adding further pages to your site.