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What can you do with Sites?

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Sites page and menu displayedBuild internal project hubs, team sites, public-facing websites, and more—all without designer, programmer, or IT help. With the new Google Sites, building websites is easy. Just drag content where you need it.

When you create a new site, it’s automatically added to Drive, like your other files stored in Drive. You can edit a Google Site together with someone else in real time, and see each other’s changes live. Publish the site for everyone to see, or restrict sharing permissions and make the site accessible only to people you want to share it with, like vendors or suppliers.

Google Sites websites are responsive, which means they’re optimized for tablets and smartphones, too.

What you need:
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Get Sites: Web (sites.google.com)

Note: You can view the new Sites on most browsers on computers and mobile devices. However, at this time, you can only edit new Sites content on a computer using Chrome or the Mozilla Firefox browser.

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Contents

Section 1: Create your site

1.1 Create your site
1.2 Name your site
1.3 Select a layout
1.4 Select a background image, header type, and theme
1.5 Add, reorder, and nest pages
1.6 Set up site navigation

Section 2: Update and personalize your site

2.1 Add content to your site
2.2 Edit text
2.3 Edit sections
2.4 Edit images
2.5 Add a banner
2.6 Add a logo
2.7 Add content from another website
2.8 Move and resize content

Section 3: Share and collaborate on Sites

3.1 Share and collaborate on Sites

Section 4: Preview and publish your site

4.1 Preview your site
4.2 Publish your site for the first time
4.3  Change your site’s URL
4.4 Unpublish your site
4.5 Search in a site



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