How to Build a Web Site With Google

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Google has a Web design and hosting service called Google Sites that can be used to build a Web site. Discover why knowledge of HTML isn't necessary for building a Web site through Google with help from a Web designer in this free video on building Web sites.

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Hi I'm Noah and I'm going to show you how to make a website with Google. Recently most likely in an effort to compete with Yahoo's Geocity service Google has ruled out a web design and hosting service of its own called Google sites. It's a very simple and handy tool to use and here's how to do it. To start building your website with Google simply head over to sites.google.com in your web browser. Google sites is a relatively new service by Google which will allow you to build a website very simply. You can log in to the google site service using your Google account. If you have a gmail address for example that you use then that means you do have a Google account and you can simply enter your gmail e-mail address and your gmail password to sign in. Now the great thing about Google sites is that anybody can use it. You don't need to know any html to be able to build a site. This means that you don't have to have any special knowledge of web design to be able to do it. It's just like sending an e-mail or using a text editor. It is very simple, anybody who knows how to navigate the internet and type things can create a website from it. Also it is completely free which is nice. Now of course since you are not creating it yourself it is more limited than if you were actually scripting the website with html or another coding language but you still can customize it to a certain extent. Here is an example of a ski club website. We can see that you can put a customizable image on the top and then add various things like for example a calendar.

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