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Google Sites: Themes, Colors & Fonts
A Theme is a group of settings, such as colors and fonts, that create the overall design of a site. Each Theme in New Google Sites has a set style and different capabilities/options.
To change the site’s theme and make adjustments to it, access in the Theme Panel which is to the right side of the site.
Adjust Site Colors
The Theme color affects all of the colors across the site including text, page sections, and other decorations. Colors are applied differently based on the selected Theme.
To change the Theme color, select a color option below the Theme in the Themes tab. For custom colors, click the paintbucket icon.
Text color is based on the Section Style, which is applied to the Section that the text box is in (see Google Sites: Page & Color Customization for more details).
Each Theme has three style options, which affect the text site-wide. Fonts can only be adjusted in the Theme tab.
To customize the site fonts, click the “Font style” drop-down under the applied theme and select an option.
- Google Sites: Information
- Google Sites: Creating a Site
- Google Sites: Interface Overview
- Google Sites: Creating Pages
- Google Sites: Adjusting Site Navigation
- Google Sites: Adding Text
- Google Sites: Inserting Images
- Google Sites: Using Files from Google Drive
- Google Sites: Inserting Embed Codes (YouTube videos, etc)
- Google Sites: Themes, Colors & Fonts
- Google Sites: Applying a Layout
- Google Sites: Editing the Header
- Google Sites: Page & Color Customization
- Google Sites: Publishing a Site
- Google Sites: Site Sharing & Visitor Access