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Google Sites rolls out template gallery for web pages, wikis

The now-defunct Google Page Creator made it easy to create a reasonably attractive web site without an advanced degree in HTML or CSS. But Google has killed off Page Creator and replaced it with Google Sites, a service which has often been described as a tool for creating Wiki-like pages that are hosted for free by Google and which allow you to collaborate with other people on tasks such as...

Google integrates Picasa, Google Docs, calendars, etc with Google Sites

For ages people have been wondering when Google was going to roll out the mythical "GDrive" that would allow users to upload files to a Google server and access them from a single place. Well, that still hasn't quite happened yet, because you can't exactly add Google as a shared network drive (without using third party software) and backup your files. But Google rolled out a new feature this...

How to save your Google Pages data before it shuts down in June

Google will be killing off its web site creation and hosting service, Google Pages, in a few months. Users who have Google Pages accounts will automatically have their data migrated to Google Sites unless they opt out. But while Google Sites lets you put together quick and easy web pages, it's more of a service for creating and sharing Wikis than a full fledged web page creation service. Here...

Google is slowly killing Page Creator, replacing it with Sites

Google has stopped accepting new users for Google Page Creator, the company's online web site creation tool. Current users can continue using Google Pages, but the company wants new users to sign up for Google Sites instead. Google Sites is a web site/wiki creator that Google launched a year after purchasing Jotspot. Sites allows you to create editable pages, embed videos, calendars, and...

Google Sites expands: Anybody can create wiki-like pages

A few months ago, Google launched Google Sites, a hosted wiki product built on JotSpot technology. But until this week, Google Sites was only available to Google Apps users, which basically meant you needed to have your own domain name to set up a wiki. Now Google is opening Google Sites up to everyone. If you've been living in a cave for the past few years, a wiki is basically a page that's...