Here are some of the changes we made to Google Sites in September. Search is close to and dear to our hearts (for apparent reasons), so we added stemming and synonym support to Google sites search lately. Stemming helps improve search results by expanding the results of a query to add other popular types of what searched.
Your “my sites” list includes all the websites where you are explicitly named as an owner, collaborator, or viewers. When you search from the “my sites” web page, we now include site names and descriptions for the reason that search. Near the top of your search results, links are highlighted for sites with coordinating site site or names explanations. As before, results below this “one-box” are for pages or attachments with content that matched your search. Linking between pages is a critical part of building and preserving a website or wiki.
We recently redesigned our hyperlink picker to make it easier to find a full page. By default we come back the most recent webpages you updated or created. You’ll be amazed with how often this returns the page you want. There’s a second tab that lists the most recent site changes.
- Model establishes the Url
- This is a 1997 New York Times article about her Portrait Of a Plant
- Let them share their connection with having made the trip
- Workgroup or Computer Domain: (Image 3.5)
If the web page you are looking for wasn’t recently changed, there is a new quick search …