Join Jess Stratton for an in-depth discussion in this video Making a site public or private, part of Google Sites Essential Training.
…It's time to make the decision whether or not you want to…make this site available to the entire world, or just certain people.…To do so, click more and choose manage site.…From here, you can click sharing and permissions, and now you can decide,…who is actually going to be able to have access to this site.…By default it gets set to,…your site is public on the web.…This means that anybody on the internet can find and…view your site, by clicking the URL at the top.…
And as we determined earlier, it's…sites.google.com/site Forward slash connect eco travels.…Now this may look a little bit different for you.…You might not have this navigation on the side.…Now that's because we turned on,…turn page level permissions on. The user interface changes slightly.…If you don't have page level permissions turned on, all…you'll see is this main screen over here on the right.…So, don't worry if it looks a little bit different.…
In order to make the site wide change, you need…to make sure that you don't have a particular page selected.…
- 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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