New Google Sites: Hide a Page from the Navigation Menu

Things are constantly being added to the new Google Sites. While my initial impressions were very mixed, I am really starting to get on board because of the ease of use. While there is some functionality that is missing, it is finally easy to make a Google Site that is not aesthetically offensive. I think Google will introduce those things soon though.

This post will be about hiding a page in the navigation menu. Many of you can think of uses for this right away. If you are not one of those people, here are some ideas for use. Create a portfolio website with a hidden page that includes more personal information. You could have a resume or phone number and the only people who will be able to see it are the ones you send a link to directly. The first use I had for it was hiding pages in a digital BreakoutEDU. You can find that Grinch themed Breakout here. By hiding pages, I can still hide links on the page without creating a completely different site to house the clue.

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