http://sites.google.com/site; to do this for a non-Google Apps Google Site see http://sites.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?answer=99450&topic=15219I've noticed there's a bit of confusion about changing the URLs of Google Sites, so I thought I would create an article to help explain my understanding. This information only applies to Google Apps integrated Google Sites, not sites found at
If you change the root URL for Google Sites in the Google Apps control panel from:
If you apply a mapped URL to a site that's different kettle of fish: the mapped URL will take you to that site and the site will appear at that URL, so all of your pages appear at the URL e.g if you had a site at:
For full instructions on how to make a web address mapping see question 3 of my Google Sites FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions).
This site has a Web Address Mapping of "www" hence the address of http://www.steegle.com, but its Google Sites address is http://sites.google.com/a/steegle.com/steegle. I have also set my root URL for Google Sites for this domain as http://sites.steegle.com but if you visit there you will be asked to sign in as it's the same as going to http://sites.steegle.com/a/steegle.com, which is the landing page to edit and create sites for my domain.
This page, therefore, can be found at: