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A page is a section in Confluence that has its own title and content. Because Confluence is organized in a hierarchy, it contains parent pages and child pages. A parent page defines a certain theme or group; child pages are subordinate to the parent page and will be related to it in some way. In the hierarchy, child pages will be indented in a list below the parent page. There is no limit to the number of parent and child pages you can have. That is, if a parent page has a child page, that child page can then have its own child page, and so on.

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