Basics - GBBO Webinar - Google Sites
Post date: Sep 24, 2010 5:54:27 AM
Steegle is Invited by Google to Host a Webinar
The video below is a recording of the webinar we did for the Get British Business Online (GBBO) campaign. In the video we demonstrate how to perform some of the basic tasks with Classic Google Sites. See the timeline below the video for a summary of what we cover.
Sign In to a Google Site
Create a Page - briefly discuss default templates
Edit a Page - briefly discuss the editor's tools
Revision History - compare and revert to previous versions
Page Settings - change the URL of a page
06:36 Change a Logo on a Classic Google Site
07:50 Using Themes and Templates on a Classic Google Site
Change Base Theme
12:04 Classic Google Sites General Design Advice
Site width (fixed or proportional pros and cons)
21:22 Adding Images
Uploading your own images - directly to your Classic Google Sites page and positioning
Picasa Web Album Integration
Insert a Picasa Photo to a Classic Google Site
Insert a Picasa Slideshow to a Classic Google Site
28:09 Adding Gadgets
Maps - Find "Google London SW1W 9TQ" in Google Maps and add to a Classic Google Site
Form - Create a Google Spreadhseet Form in Google Docs and add to a Classic Google Site
Video - Add a YouTube Video to a Google Site
37:10 Questions and Answers
How can you remove the GBBO logo?
How can you edit and remove the sidebar?
How to stop links changing colour when used (clicked)?
How can we find out how many people have visited the website?
When a visitor uses a form on the site where does the information go and how do we get notified?
I'm not appearing in search results: how can I change this?
How can I do more advanced image editing?
How can I add a shopping cart to your site?
How can I embed a calendar in my site?
Can I use flash on a Google Site?
How can I change the logo (favicon) in the address bar?
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