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Delete or move a page

You can clean up your site by deleting or moving pages. If you delete a page by mistake, you can restore it within 30 days.

This article is for the classic Google Sites (no “Publish” button at the top right). Get help for the new Google Sites.

Delete a page

  1. Open your website in Google Sites.
  2. Click the page you want to delete. If you delete a page, you also delete its attachments, comments, and child pages.
  3. Click More actions More actions and then Delete page.
  4. Click Delete.

Move a page

  1. Open your website in Google Sites.
  2. Click the page you want to move.
  3. Click More actions More actions and then Move page.
  4. To pick a new location for the page:
    • In the search box, type a page name.
    • In the sitemap, click a page.
  5. Click Move.

Restore a deleted page

You can restore any page if you deleted it in the last 30 days, or delete it permanently.

  1. Open your website in Google Sites.
  2. Click More actions More actions
  3. Under "Site actions," click Manage site.
  4. Click Deleted items.
  5. Check the box next to each page you want to change. You’ll see when the page will be deleted permanently.
    • To restore the selected pages and its attachments, comments, and child pages, click Recover.
    • To delete the selected pages permanently, click Delete permanently. This action can’t be undone.
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