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Build internal project hubs, team sites, and public-facing websites.


1. From Sites, click "", or, to choose a template, click Template gallery and select a template. ""

Create a site from Sites or Drive.


2. Customize your site and home page.""

Options for setting up a site mapped, such as adding a name and choosing colors.   1. Add a site name (name of the site file in Drive)
  2. Add a site title for the public
  3. Add a home page title
  4. Choose a background image
  5. Return to original background image
  6. Choose a header type
  7. Choose a theme
  8. Choose a background color
  9. Choose a font style


3. Add pages and navigation.""

Options for arranging pages mapped.   1. Choose your site navigation location and add page links
  2. Drag pages up and down to re-order, or on top of another page to nest
  3. Add a page or link


4. Add content to pages.""

Options for inserting content mapped   1. Double-click on the page to add content
  2. Add text, images, URLs, or Drive files
  3. Add table of contents, carousels, buttons, a (horizontal) divider line, YouTube videos, calendars, and maps
  4. Add documents, presentations, spreadsheets, forms, or charts


5. Share, preview, or publish your site.""

Options to preview, share, publish, copy a published site

"" Preview—See how your site will look on any device once it's live.
"" Copy link—Copy published site link.
"" Share—Share your site with your team to collaborate.
Publish Set your site's complete URL and who can see the site, then make it live.
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