Create pages within a site

Your Google Site is a collection of individual pages. Unless you create a site from a site template, the site begins as just a single homepage.

Note: Create as many pages you like within a site, but note that sites work best with 1,000 or fewer pages and attachments.

To create new pages within your site:

  1. Open your website in Google Sites.
  2. From the homepage, click Create page .
  3. Name the page. Google Sites will generate a URL (web address) based on the name you choose. You can change it by clicking Change URL.
  4. Choose a page template.
  5. Choose where to put the page in the site:
    • Put page at the top level: Top-level pages are at the same level as the homepage, and it's easy to create subpages beneath them. They are best for main categories of the site.
    • Put page under {current page}: Put the new page underneath the current page.
    • Choose a different location: Put the new page under any other page in the site.
  6. Click Create.

Copy an existing page

To create a new page by copying an existing page in your Google Site:

  1. Open your website in Google Sites.
  2. Go to the page you want to copy.
  3. Click More actions .
  4. Choose Copy page.
  5. Name the page. Google Sites will generate a URL (web address) based on the name you choose. You can change it by clicking Change URL.
  6. Choose where to put the new page in the site:
    • Put page at the top level: Top-level pages are at the same level as the homepage, and it's easy to create subpages beneath them. They are best for main categories of the site.
    • Put page under {current page}: Put the new page underneath the current page.
    • Choose a different location: Put the new page under any other page in the site.
  7. Click Copy.
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