First and foremost, you must have a Gmail account in order to access Google Page Creator. If you do not have a Gmail account, go to http://Gmail.com and follow the instructions to sign up for one. If you need an invitation, please email me, and I’ll send you one. If you already have a Gmail account, you are in luck…almost. Navigate to either of these pages… http://GooglePages.com http://pages.google.com …and it will bring you to a login screen. I said "almost" because Google has been limiting new accounts due to overwhelming response. If you do gain access, you are all set. If not, please be patient, as this is still beta–you will eventually be granted access. That’s it! Once you login, you see the Page Manager screen where you manage your pages…but that’s for another Tip!
Google Page Creator is designed to put Web page creation in the hands of the masses. While it is not intended for advanced Web page development, that certainly doesn’t mean that advanced users won’t find it useful. Google Page Creator is a great way to create those "quick and dirty" Web pages. Read on for more about who will benefit from Google Page Creator… Do you want to……create a page promoting a service you offer?…create a page promoting an event? …post some photos from a trip?…post some information that someone else might find useful? Google Page Creator could be the answer for all of these! Google Page Creator provides the basic tools to create Web pages with text content, images, and links to other pages. You can control font attributes such as type, size, and color. You can control text underlining, bolding, italics, bullets, and justification. You can include images […]
Google Page Creator is a free Web browser-based Web page editor, manager, and publisher that lets you easily create your own Web pages for others to view. Read on for more details about Google Page Creator… The pages you create with Google Page Creator are hosted on Google servers, and are accessible at a URL in the form http://yourgmailusername.googlepages.com where "yourgmailusername" is the username of your Gmail account. (A Gmail account is required to access Google Page Creator.) But is it a "page" or a "site"? Google defines a "page" as "a single document that lives on your site with its own unique web address…like a page in a book." And a "site" is "like the entire book; all your pages belong to a single site, which can contain as many pages as you’d like." Google Page Creator currently has a functional limit of 100 pages. Google has hinted that […]