Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Changing layouts, part of Google Sites Essential Training.
…One of the best reasons to use Google Sites, aside from the…fact that it's a free way to get a website up to the…world, is that you don't actually have to know how to code HTML…to make your page a bit fancier, such as including columns and rows.…So, we can change the layout of this page and let's do it…right now by clicking the pencil icon to put our homepage into edit mode.…And remember, we've got our title at the top and our body underneath that.…But here's where we can start splitting it up into columns.…To do that, click the Layout menu item from the top left hand side of the page.…
Here's where you have more choices.…You can add a column. You can even add two more columns.…You can go horizontal, with some data at the top or the bottom, or…you can even make it more complex by adding side bars or right side bars.…So to do something simple, let's make it a two-column layout.…Now this a great way to separate a photo from text.…Or you could add more text here.…You could also change the text properties of things that you already have.…
- Understanding how you can use Google Sites
- Creating a new site
- Adding webpages
- Creating announcements and lists
- Changing layouts
- Working with text, links, images, and video
- Deleting and adding sidebars
- Working with users and visitors
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Working with Sites
2. Working with Pages
3. Working with Content
4. Working with Navigation
5. Working with Users and Visitors
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