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  1. Access Google Sites with a personal Google account or Google Workspace account (for business use).

    • On a computer, open New Google Sites.
    • In the bottom right, click Create.
    • Add content to your site.
    • To publish your changes, at the top right, click Publish.
  2. Sep 1, 2021 · Add Google files, videos, website content, & more. Change how your site looks. Delete or restore your site. Publish & share your site. Review the latest changes to your site before publishing. Invite others to edit your site. Add gadgets, scripts & more to classic Sites. Use a custom domain for your site.

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    • Overview
    • Create your site
    • Name your site
    • Select a layout
    • Select a background image, header type, and theme
    • Add, reorder, and nest pages
    • Set up site navigation

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    \tLet’s begin by creating and naming your site.

     \tIn this section, you learn how to:Create your site

    Name your site

    Select a layout

    Select a background image, header type, and theme

    Choose an option:

    • From the Sites homepage, at the top, click Create , or to choose a template, click Template gallery and select a template.

    • From Google Drive, click  New MoreGoogle Sites.

    Note: All Sites are stored in Drive. For more information on using Drive to organize your files, see Get started with Drive.

    When you create a new site, it's added to Drive, just like other Drive files. Sites automatically saves every change you make, but your site isn’t public until you publish it.

    Name different parts of your site:

    Site document name—Enter a unique name to keep track of your site. The site document name is only visible to you.

    Site name—The site name appears in the header and in the web or mobile window title bar after you publish the site. You need to have 2 or more pages in your website for your site name to appear.

    On the right, click Layouts and choose a different layout for your sections.

    Choose a look for your site. Each theme comes with a preset background, color scheme, and font selection. You can adjust fonts, colors, and the background later, and you can always change the theme after the site is created. If you need to make any changes, click Undo, or Redo.

    Change the background image:

    1. Go to Sites and open your site.

    2. Point to the background image and click  Change image .

    3. Choose an option:

    • To upload an image from your computer, click Upload.

    Add pages for more content. Keep related information together by nesting pages. Nested pages appear as a subtopic of another page.

    Add pages:

    1. In the top-right corner, click Pages point to Create .

    2. Choose an option:

    To add a new page, click Add page  . Name the page and click Done.

    • To add a URL, click Add link .

    If you've more than one page, visitors to your site use the navigation menu to jump to different pages. By default, the navigation menu is at the top of your site. In the top-right corner, click your homepage to see the menu.

    You can move the navigation menu to the left side if you want, but you need to have one or more pages on your site to change where it appears.

    Select a navigation mode:

    1. Point to the site name and click Navigation settings Top navigation or Side navigation.

    • Add, reorder, and nest pages.

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  4. Sep 1, 2021 · Step 2: Publish your site. On a computer, open a site in new Google Sites. At the top, click Publish. Enter the web address for your site. Terms that violate our Acceptable Use Policy won’t be allowed. Learn how to use a custom URL for your site . Click Publish. Optional: Visit your site’s web address to make sure it’s published correctly.

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