In this video, Jess Stratton shows you how to add text boxes and work with inserted components to move them on screen.
- [Instructor] A fun thing about creating a Google Site…is the new use of components.…You can drag items around a virtual grid on the screen.…Let's start by adding some components on the homepage.…I'm going to change to the Insert tab…on the right-hand side.…There's a few ways that I can add components.…I can add them directly from this pane.…For example, I'll click to add a divider component.…It adds it right in the next available slot.…I can also add components by double-clicking…on any blank space.…
It's going to popup a circle in which I can add…all of the same components that I can see…over here on the right-hand side.…This time, I'm going to add a text box.…It pops in the text, and I can start typing.…I can select it and just like I could edit text,…I can change with some predefined styles.…For example, I'll change this to a heading.…I can also choose how it's aligned,…I can make it a link, and I can delete it…by clicking the trashcan icon.…
You'll see my component area because when I hover…my mouse over it, it becomes a dotted line.…
- What are the uses for Google Sites?
- Choosing a site theme and adding a logo
- Managing or deleting a site
- Adding editors to help build a site
- Working with pages
- Creating and working with additional pages
- Adding text and images
- Adding forms from Google Forms
- Publishing your site