- Introducing Google Sites
- Creating, Formatting, and Customizing a Web Site
- Choose a Page Type
- Manage Pages Within a Site
- Embedding Documents, Gadgets, and Media in a Site
- Sharing, Publishing, and Protecting a Site
- Using Sites to Manage Your Class
- Gadget Gallery and Development
- Passing the Google Sites Exam
Sharing, Publishing, and Protecting a Site
What good is a website if it can't be shared with anyone? That's the point of this objective in Google Sites. You can share a website with others based on the type of authority you have over the site. Site owners can invite others, edit permissions, and edit and delete everything in the site. Collaborators can manage pages, attachments, and comments; and edit the site content, but can't edit the site details. Viewers have the most restriction as they can only view pages within the site.
Through Google Sites you can share a site with just individuals, groups, everyone within the school, or even the entire world. A Google Apps Administrator must first configure the Google Apps Suite to allow people to publish sites to the world and set permissions accordingly.
If you don't see the option in Sites to publish your site to the world, you'll need to speak with your Google Apps Administrator to edit the setting for the entire school domain.