Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a File Cabinet, part of Google Classic Sites Essential Training.
…We've created basic web pages, we've also created…a blog like announcement structure on our site.…Now let's create a File cabinet.…To create any page, remember we always go to the top…right and click New page, no matter what type it is.…The first thing we have to do is give our page a name.…I'll call this on Files.…So here's our page URL, it added the word files, it's from the name.…We can…change that if they want.…And remember that these two things don't have to be the same.…In the select a template to use…section, this time we're going to choose File cabinet.…
And like the other choices, we had to choose a location for it.…I'll stick with putting the page at the…top level, because remember, we can change that later.…I'll click the red Create button, and my File page…is created.…So we have three choices to get files onto this page.…We can add a file directly from our computer.…We can add a link to a file that is somewhere else on another…webpage on the internet, and finally we can add one directly from Google Drive.…
- 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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