# Grav is Running!
## You have installed **Grav** successfully
Congratulations! You have installed the **Base Grav Package** that provides a **simple page** and the default **antimatter** theme to get you started.
!!! If you want a more **full-featured** base install, you should check out [**Skeleton** packages available in the downloads](http://getgrav.org/downloads).
### Find out all about Grav
* Learn about **Grav** by checking out our dedicated [Learn Grav](http://learn.getgrav.org) site.
* Download **plugins**, **themes**, as well as other Grav **skeleton** packages from the [Grav Downloads](http://getgrav.org/downloads) page.
* Check out our [Grav Development Blog](http://getgrav.org/blog) to find out the latest goings on in the Grav-verse.
### Edit this Page
To edit this page, simply navigate to the folder you installed **Grav** into, and then browse to the `user/pages/01.home` folder and open the `default.md` file in your [editor of choice](http://learn.getgrav.org/basics/requirements). You will see the content of this page in [Markdown format](http://learn.getgrav.org/content/markdown).
### Create a New Page
Creating a new page is a simple affair in **Grav**. Simply follow these simple steps:
1. Navigate to your pages folder: `user/pages/` and create a new folder. In this example, we will use [explicit default ordering](http://learn.getgrav.org/content/content-pages) and call the folder `02.mypage`.
2. Launch your text editor and paste in the following sample code:
title: My New Page
# My New Page!
This is the body of **my new page** and I can easily use _Markdown_ syntax here.
3. Save this file in the `user/pages/02.mypage/` folder as `default.md`. This will tell **Grav** to render the page using the **default** template.
4. That is it! Reload your browser to see your new page in the menu.
! NOTE: The page will automatically show up in the Menu after the "Home" menu item. If you wish to change the name that shows up in the Menu, simple add: `menu: My Page` between the dashes in the page content. This is called the YAML front matter, and it is where you configure page-specific options.