Talk:Google Page Creator
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--J.L.W.S. The Special One 13:14, 3 April 2006 (UTC)
In the second paragraph of the criticisms section, there is a wikilink to identikit which links to a movie page of that name. Is this intentional? --Etienne 07:41, 19 July 2006 (UTC)
Wondering if someone could supply this page with the hourly or monthly bandwidth limitations of google pages? i don't know it and was curious as i'm sure people who look here for reference on it are.
I have heard that Google has not released the bandwidth limitations to the public, therefore the information may be hard to find or may be inaccurate if someone claims to possess such information. Source of this information is unknown. Leiger40 05:25, 9 August 2007 (UTC)
Add a Link to this Article
I found this really great site http://www.PageCreatorDirectory.googlepages.com and i think that the link should be added to this page what do you think?? Aagavin 16:52, 10 February 2007 (UTC)aagavin Feb 10, 2007
"Lacking the ability to link to external CSS means in-page CSS has to be utilized, and such style code cannot change the basic structure of the templates."
It is possible to upload a CSS file to google pages and then embed it in your html. --Hirak 99 14:14, 4 May 2007 (UTC)
Yes - it is possible to make use of CSS files in Google Page Creator (perhaps an upgrade made since your comment?). In fact, CSS files are able to be used to alter the style of Google's built-in style sheets. See this link from the Google Page Creator Discussion Group. Leiger40 06:04, 9 August 2007 (UTC)
What's the real limit and where's the source for that information?
- "there is currently a limit of 500+ files."
What is Google Page Creator?
The wikipedia page doesn't say. It sounds like a web-based HTML editor... The entry assumes that the reader already knows what Google Page Creator is, and they just want to know some details. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 14:42, 9 November 2007 (UTC)
It is a web based Web page creator. That does NOT use HTML. It has a HTML option but last time I used it, it didn't work. Someone should edit it and say what it is kind of. The End 1493 (talk) 01:17, 14 December 2007 (UTC)
- The HTML option actually works spectacularly in the latest version of Firefox. I tried it in Opera, though, and it didn't work. It is a WYSIWYG editor. Someone want to stick that in there? Kopf1988 (talk) 20:23, 14 December 2007 (UTC)
Relationship to Google Sites?
It would be very helpful if someone put together a simple comparison of what you can do with "Google Pages", as opposed to "Google Sites". For instance:
- Do you need to download and install Google Apps to create & edit a Pages website? A Sites webpage? As I understand it, "yes" for Sites and "no" for Pages, but I may be wrong.
- Do you need to download and install Google Apps merely to read a Google Sites website? A Google pages webpage? As I understand it, no for both, but I may be wrong.
- Google Sites describes itself as a website creation tool for businesses and schools, for example company intranets. Does this in any way limit its usefulness as a general webpage, available to anyone browsing the world wide web? (As far as I know, the answer is "no", but I may be wrong.)
- If we wish, can we make Google Sites, or Google Pages, readable only to those with company/school e-mail addresses?
- Is Sites meant to be more of wiki (i.e. editable by many or all users), while Pages is designed to be more or a traditional webpage (only editable by the site creator, or someone designated with editing priviliges.) ?
- For either kind of webpage, does one have to use Google Webmaster Tools? If not necessary, is it nonetheless highly reccomended?
- For either kind of webpage, does one have verify that you own your site? If not necessary, is it nonetheless highly reccomended?
- Get more details about google page creator logon ::www.nascreation.co.cc
- Google pages is website creator, and Google sites is a wiki tool. You must have a Gmail account to have a Google pages website, and a Apps account to have a Site. You can ask Google if you want more info. ≈ MindstormsKid 14:37, 13 March 2008 (UTC)
Update. Google's [About Google Page Creator] now says:
|“||We are no longer accepting new sign-ups for Page Creator because we have shifted our focus to developing Google Sites, which offers many of the capabilities of Page Creator along with new features like site-level navigation, site-level headers, control over who can see and edit your site, and rich embeddings like calendars, videos, and Google docs.
If you are currently a Page Creator user, you can continue to use Page Creator and your pages will automatically be transitioned to Google Sites later this year. We are committed to making this transition as smooth and easy as possible, and we will post more details as we get closer to the transition time. You can also manually move your web pages from Page Creator to Google Sites or other service providers at any time.
I am so sorry, my computer deleted half of it. I hope it wont make any damage.
Is it really gone yet?
Mine is still up. :-) You don't have to put that in the article since I'm not interested in posting a link. But if someone else who do wish to post a link can confirm it, perhaps the article could mention something about Google Pages not being entirely gone yet. The true date for when all Google Pages sites disappear could be nice to have in the article when that date is known. Like I say, then, it seems to me that date has not come just yet. -22.214.171.124 (talk) 00:31, 13 September 2009 (UTC)