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Delete or restore your site

You can delete any Google Site you own. If you delete a website by mistake, you have 30 days to restore it.

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

Delete a site

  1. Open your website in Google Sites.
  2. Click More actions More actions and then Manage Site.
  3. Click General and then Delete this site.
  4. To confirm that you want to delete the site, click Delete.

Restore a site

  1. Sign in to Google Sites with your Google Account.
  2. Click Deleted sites.
  3. Next to your deleted site, click Restore site.

Delete a site permanently to reuse a URL

If you’re sure you want to delete a site and reuse its URL, you can remove it from your trash before 30 days have passed. Once a site is deleted permanently, it can’t be restored.

  1. Sign in to Google Sites with your Google Account.
  2. Click Deleted sites.
  3. Next to your deleted site, click Delete permanently.

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