Pros: Simple interface. Lots of gadgets to
add on the
site. Saves previous versions of site. Free for both Google account holders or for Domain users.
Limited page layout/design options. Some key HTML
tags are not allowed to use in HTML editor. iFrame can only use through gadgets.Many Google services can integrate in Google Sites.
With Google Sites you can easily and quickly create public and private sites more easily than the first generation of services (Geocities,
for example). Many gadgets offer a lot of content and communication
tools to give life to you site.Gadgets are easy to use.
Other competitors like Freewebs,
Wetpaint and Wix have better interfaces to develop the site but can not use our own add's.
Google now comes out with a new product, is great news, and recent offer
of a self-site creation and hosting service of the search giant is no
different. As with many of the products of the company (like Google Docs, YouTube etc), Google Sites is the result of an acquisition of a Web
start smaller. In February 2008, the search giant purchased
corporate-wiki-generator JotSpot, offers at first only to customers
Google Apps. As we have come to
expect from Google, the company revised
its new acquisition to give it a super simple, minimalist interface.
Google also changed the emphasis of service to the construction of
general sites wikis instead of pure (edited by the group of beverages
such as Wikipedia). Creating a public or private place is not a
handsome-brainier with Google Sites, but requires your site to bring
Google's corporate brand, and we think Wetpaint and interfaces Freewebs clearer and more flexible.
We decided to create a site
for the fans and a couple of places for family use. If you already have a
Gmail account, no need to register separately for Google Sites. A brief
tutorial can help you get started, and there are sites for
organizations such as clubs, corporate intranets, classrooms and
families. Once you feel ready, simply press the button to create a site
and it takes you to a page that requires just five things. You name the
site, choose a URL in the site name in a sites.google.com / site / your
and write a short text description of the purpose of your site,
indicating it contains adult content.
You must decide whether to
restrict the site to share it with (specify your e-mail addresses) and
then choose one of 20 templates, simple, well-designed theme. When you
have made these selections, click Create site, and bingo, you are
online. The site will have a big Google logo at the top with his title
and a search bar on the right site. Freewebs allows you to create sites
with no mark on the top.