Google Sites is set up to automatically list all pages in your navigation bar or sidebar in alphabetical order. Many students like to change the list order of the list order to further organize their ePortfolio.
This is an example of a navigation bar or sidebar:
Notice how the pages are placed in alphabetical order, as this is automatically done by Google Sites.
To change this automatic feature, make sure you are outside of the editing mode, and click on the settings button, , at the top right corner of the page. Then click on Edit Site Layout. On this page, hover over the navigation bar, causing a black Navigation title bar to appear.
Click on the black title bar and a pop up window will show up. Uncheck the Autimatically Organize my Navigation option to be able to move the pages in the order that you prefer.
Once that option is unchecked, the pop up window will have a new section where you choose which pages to add and in what order to list them.
When you have choosen your pages and the order you like, click ok.
A problem with unchecking the "automatically organize my navigation" is that with every new page you make afterwards, you will need to manually add this new page to the navigation bar.
Bjong "Wolf" Yeigh became UW Bothell's third chancellor on Sept. 3, 2013.
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