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Add, order, nest, & delete pages

Note: This article is for the new Google Sites ("Publish" button at the top right). Get help for the classic Google Sites.

You can use pages to organize your website.

Add a page
  1. Open a site in Google Sites.
  2. From the menu on the right, click Pages and then Add page Add page.
  3. Click Done. The new page will open.
Delete a page
  1. Open a site in Google Sites.
  2. From the menu on the right, click Pages.
  3. On the page you want to remove, click More More.
  4. Click Remove page from site. The page will be deleted.
Change the page order
  1. Open a site in Google Sites.
  2. From the menu on the right, click Pages.
  3. Drag pages to reorder them.
Duplicate a page
  1. Open a site in Google Sites.
  2. From the menu on the right, click Pages.
  3. On the page you want to duplicate, click More More.
  4. Click Duplicate page.
Nest pages under each other
  1. Open a site in Google Sites.
  2. From the menu on the right, click Pages.
  3. Click the page you want to nest. Drag it onto the page you want it under.

Note: You can nest pages one level deep.

Set a page as "Home"
  1. Open a site in Google Sites.
  2. From the menu on the right, click Pages.
  3. On the right side of the page you want to set as "Home", click More More.
  4. Click Set as home page.
Hide a page

Hidden pages don’t appear in the site’s navigation menu, but people can still access them if they have the link. Any sub-pages are also hidden.

  1. Open a site in Google Sites.
  2. From the menu on the right, click Pages.
  3. On the right side of the page you want to hide, click More More.
  4. Click Hide from navigation.
  5. Publish your changes.

Notes:

  • You cannot hide the home page.
  • People can still use search engines, such as Google, to find the page contents (if the “Allow my site to appear in search results” setting is on).
  • Other sites and pages can link to the page URL.
     
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