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Setting up a website involves customizing and completing a website template such as creating a custom Header or Footer or creating a great Home page. Downloading a website Theme or Template is just the beginning. Right now you may be asking, "if I created a website, isn't it done?". The answer is "maybe".
- If you used a Google Sites Theme, the answer is "no".
- If you used a Google Sites Template, the answer is "maybe".
- If a custom website template was created, the answer is probably "yes".
So, what is the difference? Each of the a fore mentioned websites are in differing stages of completion.
First, view the "Set-Up" presentation. It will provide an overview of the process. Make notes along the way of things you want to set up. Create a "set-up" to do list. For example, if you want to add a Header image to the Header and a webmaster contact email address to the Footer, note it like the following.
- Header: add Header image
- Footer: add webmaster contact email address
The process involves methodically setting up one item at a time from your "set-up" to do list, then moving to the next one.
A pencil, piece of paper, a website design if you have one and time.
That depends on two things: how much there is to set-up and how little you know about Google Sites. But, if you follow your "set-up" to do list and use the tutorials, you should be able to do the work yourself. If you have trouble, post to the "Comment Board" or contact me.
No. You may do some now and some later. Just keep your notes so you know where you left off.
Maybe. Each website is in differing stages of completion when first created. You won't know until you go through the "Set-Up" presentation.
Yes, if they are re-designing or refreshing their website, it is a good idea. Having a checklist is a good way to ensure that all important parts of your website have been addressed.
Yes, but your website might need more "set-up" than is covered.