Knowledgebase: Sites
Creating a Website
Posted by Jon Mark on 29 May 2014 03:04 PM

Creating a Website on Google Sites

Google Sites can be used for intradepartmental sites to put up policy or documentation for the department to use. 

  • Open Google Chrome
  • Sign in to your GC google account at sites.google.com.
  • Click the Create button. 
  • Select a template to use:

 

  • Name your site. Don’t worry, you can always change your site’s name later if you want to.
  • Customize your URL. Naming your site will give you a URL, but you can change the URL independently of the name by changing it in the site location field to something more recognizable if you wish.
  • When you’re creating a custom URL, keep these things in mind:

    • You can only use A-Z, a-z, 0-9 (no symbols or punctuation)
    • It can’t be the same as an existing URL or Gmail username (unless it's your own)
  • Click the Create button at the top of the screen to create your website. 

Now that you’ve created your site, you can start adding text, images, videos and more.

Source: https://support.google.com/sites/answer/4417387?hl=en&ref_topic=23216 

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