"Hard to miss". Well, apparently not. I don't see it.
Perhaps the problem is that I am using the administrator account. I don't know.
I do not see a "Create" button.
Fabio's link was helpful. At least I see an example of the Create button, which does not appear in the administrator account.
Thanks, Fabio. This is helpful. I still don't understand why I don't see the button. Perhaps this is because I'm editing from the Administrator account and I need to create a user account for myself and edit from there. But I don't see this button in the mode that I'm in. Yet I can edit pages. I just can't add a child page.
probably you haven't grant to add pages. Please take a look here https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Space+Permissions+Overview.
Your user should have add permission otherwise you can't view the create button.
I think that this may be a misunderstanding of the structure on my part.
On the main page, which is apparently the parent of all of the spaces, I've been wanting to add a sub-page. But I think that what it wants is for me to add a sub-space (at least at this level).
I suspect that part of the disconnect is that Confluence has evolved into an enterprise application. What I really want to do with it is document the project that I'm working on. I am not at the enterprise level let. So I just want a main page and a bunch of sub-pages.
I did check my space permissions and I do have permission to add pages.
Anyway, thanks for your patient answers.
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