I'm using Confluence to share the knowledge among our employees about all the technologies we have and to upload few interesting, useful videos we have. I want pages only be created by few and not many, as that would be more confusing if all the employees create there own pages. Just want to check with you how is that possible.
Milo's recommendation is the correct way of handing what each User is allowed to do in the Space overall.
However if the objective of your Space is to share knowledge, limiting the creation process to just a few people sets a bit of an elite-ism of who has the knowledge - i.e. there may be (most likely is) a whole bunch of other knowledge held in the mass of employees that could be shared as long as you don't prevent the mass of employees creating pages.
But obviously some pages need to be maintained by ONLY a select few so that is why you can set Page Restrictions for Editing. Go to the particular page you want to protect such that only a nominated set of people can edit the page content. Select Ellipsis (three dot icon) then Page Restrictions. Add each name (or Permissions Group) to the list of allowed Editors. Note you have to do this page-by-page that you want to restrict the editing users
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