The pages are created via "Pages" section in the documentation. If you are absolutely new to Wordpress, please check the Totoal newbies section of the documentation when you can watch the screencast on creating pages in Wordpress. Note that once the page is created, it should be added to menu via Appearance => Menus if you'd like it to appear in the navigation on website frontend. The rest of this section is devoted to page templates available within the theme and the custom options provided.
A number of custom options is available for any page created. Once you are in a specific page in admin panel, scroll down until you see the custom options block illustrated in Screenshot 8. We will go through options one by one:
Screenshot 8: Page options
The page layout is available in 3 options - With left sidebar, with right sidebar or full width.
If left or right sidebar layout is chosen, the corresponding sidebar to display should be chosen from the "Choose sidebar" dropdown list. Sidebars can be created via "Sidebars" section in admin panel (SmartOn => General settings => Sidebars). More information on creating sidebars is available in Sidebars / Widgets section of the documentation.
Here you can set alternative title, tag or hide the title/breadcrumb block for the current page.
You can choose between several entities to display in page top via the Head options dropdown, as illustrated on Screenshot 9.
Screenshot 9: Head options
The theme comes with several page templates which can be applied to achieve different layouts. Following is the detailed description of the templates available:
The regular page template. Suitable for all standard layout pages.
Set this template to list your posts in a regular style layout.
Set this template to list your posts in a grid-style layout.
Set this template to list your posts in a timeline-style layout.
All FAQ posts will be listed in the page having this template assigned.
The only difference from other pages is that titles and breadcrumbs are not shown with this layout
Set this template to list your portfolio items in a 1-column grid
Set this template to list your portfolio items in a 2-column grid
Set this template to list your portfolio items in a 3-column grid
Set this template to list your portfolio items in a 4-column grid
Basically same as the default template. Suitable for all standard layout pages.
When building the website, you might want to set a coming soon page for the visitors to see. Set this template for such purposes. Once the template is set, go to SmartOn => General settings => Under constr. section in your admin panel and set the corresponding parameters.
If you have woocommerce plugin installed, make sure to assign this template to your shop page.