Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Editing pages, part of Google Classic Sites Essential Training.
…When you're making your Google site, the two buttons that you're…going to use the most often is right at the top right.…Now we already know that to create a new page,…we click this plus icon here, but the other one…that you'll be using most of the time, is this…pencil icon, which is how you actually edit a page.…So I'm on the home page of my site, and…yes, I know that there's no content right here, or text.…We're going to be going over that in the next chapter.…But for now, to edit that page, and…any page you want, simply click the pencil icon.…
This is going to put your page into edit mode, and bring up the editor.…So you'll notice two things right away.…The first one is these two separate bars here.…This first bar is called the title bar. So you can change the title of any page.…And that change is going to be reflected on the left-hand side…here in the navigation bar.…That's where it chooses what text to write in that navigation bar.…This bigger square is considered the body of your page.…This is where you're going to put the actual content for that page.…
- 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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