In this video, Jess Stratton shows you how to test a website's functionality before publishing it live on the Internet.
- [Instructor] It's a good idea to go through and preview…your site before publishing it live on the internet.…This way you can work out any kinks,…make appropriate changes,…and test to make sure your site and content…will be readable on a desktop, tablet, or mobile device.…The easiest method is to go to the home page, preview it,…and then click through the links on each page.…To preview it, click the eye icon…on the top center of the page.…It's going to launch the page…as it will look to a visitor in the browser.…
You can even test this on multiple browsers,…such as Safari, Internet Explorer,…and Google Chrome to note any differences…and how it looks through each browser.…On each page, on the bottom right-hand side of the screen,…toggle through each choice of previewing it.…For example, how it looks on a desktop large screen,…on a tablet, and finally on a mobile phone.…You can scroll through, see that you can read it.…Test to make sure the menus come up.…
And then move on to the next page.…I'm going to move to my About Us page.…
- 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