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A Closer Look at the Free Google Pages Service
By: Carsten Cumbrowski
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  • A Closer Look at the Free Google Pages Service
  • I was playing...
  • There is the...
  • Static Content is...
  • The ability to...
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    A Closer Look at the Free Google Pages Service - Static Content is...

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    "Static" Content is not an option If you would like to have the same content for certain areas on all your pages, such as a Footer or Main Navigation you have a problem which can only be solved by cumbersome manual labor.

    You can not incorporate anything to your Site Template. This means that you have to recreate the static content for every page manually. If something changes, you have no choice but must update every single page of your site manually one by one.

    This is a major shortcoming that practically causes users to be inconsistent with the overall look and usability of their site.

    No JavaScript or iFrames JavaScript and iFrames are forbidden to be used in your Pages. If you add the Code manually, it's getting removed by the Page Creator automatically. This includes inline and external JavaScript

    This means, that you can not add most of the common types of Advertisement to your pages to monetize the site including Google AdSense Ads, Amazon Product Ads, Linkshare DRMs or Chitika Ads.

    You can also not use any JavaScript to improve site usability.

    General Tools are simply absent Google Pages does not offer any type of tools to extend the features of the site beyond a small collection of static HTML Pages with a little bit of content.

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