Finally, you have your site ready to launch, but first, you want to make sure it looks great to your viewer. Not a problem. Google allows you to preview your site. Check out what viewers with large screens, tablets, and even phones will see. Unlike the old Google Sites where there could be more than one owner, the New Google Sites allows for only one owner, but transfering ownership is still a snap!
Google Sites allows us the capability to customize our websites. Themes allow us to create clean, beautiful sites each and every time.
Wowwy, Wow, Wow! I love Google! I know that Part 10 is coming before Part 9 (scheduled to post later). However, when I was preparing the original Part 10 (Preview, Share, Publish – now Part 11), I noticed a new feature: Components. Right now there is just a divider bar, but I suspect that Google will add more Components later. I was so excited I HAD to make Components Part 10!
There are a few page options that I didn’t mention in my original post regarding pages. I have also been asked if the new Google Sites allows for page level permissions for editing. While Google does not, yet, have page-level permissions, I can still see the edits made through Google Drive.
There are a few additional tips that can make creating a site that much easier. I know, it’s hard to believe that Google has tricks that can make an already easy tool, easier.
Not everything Google is located in our Drives. How do we embed those items in our sites? The answer is simple, especially since we are talking about Google. The third section on our sidebar menu is ‘Google Embed’.
Using Google allows the user to seamlessly integrate items in the Google Suite. Inserting something from your Drive is as easy as a click of the button. Rearranging and adjusting your layout is even easier! The simplicity of the tool is one of the most attractive features.