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Pages are one of WordPress' built-in Post Types. You'll probably want most of your website Pages to look about the same. Sometimes, though, you may need a specific Page, or a group of Pages, to display or behave differently. This is easily accomplished with Page Templates.

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if you're using a page template, then if you want to get the current page URL you could try to use this function: get_permalink(); or echo get_permalink(); if you want to print the result
answered Jul 30 '16 by Misha Rudrastyh