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9/22/10
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Mikey PT

How to create a entry-page without the navigation bar (e.g. a picture)?

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Issue details: How to create a entry-page without the navigation bar (e.g. a picture) but when you click the picture you enter the site and there you have the navigation bar? Any ideas?


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k8oms
9/22/10
k8oms
It is called a Splash page and I hate them.

But here is how you could do it.

Create a new site with one page and put your picture in it.
Remove the sidebar.
Make your picture a link to your main site
9/22/10
Original Poster
Mikey PT
Any way to do that and keep the same page-address?
k8oms
9/22/10
k8oms
Any way to do that and keep the same page-address?

If there is I don't know how to do it. Maybe someone else does.

perjury.
9/22/10
perjury.
I assume you mean you want the splash page to have the address https://sites.google.com/site/luisapariciofernandes/
 and then link from that to the site that is currently called that.

Copy your original site and give it another name (say luisapariciofernandes2).
Delete the original site
Create a new site with the name luisapariciofernandes, make it a splash page as described by k8oms and then link the image to the copy of your original site.
Should work, I think
9/23/10
Original Poster
Mikey PT
philridout That can work! Thank you.
 
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