New to the new Google Sites? Don’t worry. Let’s go over some of the basics. We’ll cover adding, deleting, hiding, nesting, and reordering pages.

Add a new page

  • In the new Google Sites, click on Pages >Add new page icon.
  • Give your page a name, click Done, and your new page will open up.

Delete a page

  • Again, click on Pages and find the page that you’d like to get rid of.
  • Click on the three dots Free button > Remove page from site. 

Hide a page

Hiding pages can be helpful if you don’t want something incorporated into the site’s main navigation, but still want to send certain people there with a direct link (for example, to review content).

  • Click on Pages and find the page you’d like to hide.
  • Click on the three dots Free button > Hide from navigation.
  • You’ll have to publish your changes to put this into effect.

Nest a page under another one

Nesting pages is important if you’re trying to create a navigation or menu structure and you want certain pages set up as subpages of other primary pages.

  • Go to the Pages menu. Just drag and drop: Hold the page (that you want to nest) over the page you want to nest it under.
  • You’ll see a green plus icon, and it will become nested under that page.

Reorder a page

  • Reordering pages is also a drag and drop operation in the Pages menu. Just drag and drop the pages around until they are set up in the order that you want them in.

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