Once there, you'll see seven tabs: info, top, left, center, right, bottom, and subpages (in the case of a forum page, you'll see additional tabs). Select the tab corresponding to the region of the page to which you want to add content (see Page Layout for more information).
Adding Content to a Page: Page Details View
Below the tabs you may see a list of the modules that have already been added to that region of the page. Each module in the list is a card.
Below the module cards (or below the tabs, if no modules have been added) you'll find an add button. Clicking the add button will open a box with a list of available module types. Select the type of module you want to add from the list (for text and images, the most common type of page content, use a Section module). You can either add a new module of the type you selected, or choose an existing shared module from the list that appears below the "new [module]..." option.
Depending on what type of module you added, you'll either be able to edit it right there on the page or you'll be able to name it, save it, and then access its details page by clicking "view" or "goto."
The latest update to AR5 is now here, bringing with it a number of improvements to our suite of tools for front-end design. Themes have been expanded to include more types of page content, and you can now create and define custom module styles that you can apply, on the fly, to modules on the page. Let's take a closer look.