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Create, name, or rename a site

Create a website for personal or business use with Sites. After you create a site, you can change the name of the file, site, and pages.

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

Create a site

Note: To create a site, you must be on a Chrome or Firefox® web browser.

  1. Open Sites with a supported web browser. The Sites home screen will open.
  2. In the bottom-right corner, click Create new site Add
  3. Edit your site.

Name your site file, site, or page

Name your site

Name your site file

This is how your site file is listed in Google Drive.

  1. Open your Google Site.
  2. In the top left corner, click Untitled Site.
  3. Type the name of your site file.

Name your site

This is what people will see as the title of your site. The site name will show when you have two or more pages.

  1. Open your Google Site.
  2. In the top left corner, above Add logo, enter the name of your site.
  3. Type the name of your site.

Name a site page

Each page in your site has a title. The page title shows at the top of the page.

  1. Open your Google Site.
  2. Click Your page title.
  3. Type the name of the page.

To change the page title in the menu, click Pages and then More More  and then Rename page.

Rename your site file
  1. Open Google Sites.
  2. In the top left corner, click Sites home Atari home. The Sites home screen will open with a list of your sites.
  3. On the site you want to rename, click More More.
  4. Click Rename.
  5. Type the new name and click OK.
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