In this video, Jess Stratton shows you how to change the URL of a previously published site, and how to make it private.
- [Instructor] Once a site is published,…a new drop down arrow appears next to the Publish button.…Clicking it gives you three options.…The middle option is to view the site.…This is how you can get there without having to…type the URL in the browser first.…The last option is to unpublish the site.…If it's run its course,…or if it was for an event that's over,…or if you just don't need it anymore,…clicking Unpublish will leave the site intact for editing,…but it won't be live on the internet with that URL anymore.…It's the first option that I'm interested in,…which is Publish Settings.…
Here I can come in and change the URL if I have to,…and the next choice depends on…what type of Google account you're using.…I'm going to click Cancel for now…and move over to another Google account.…Here's another Google site that I've created.…I switched over to a Google account…that's related to a work or school account,…meaning it's handled by an administrator,…and we have a Google domain.…Here's a simple weekly news site…that's meant to contain private company internal news.…
- 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