Google updating website
it's a post about a great tool to use to fill a gap in the Canvas tool ecosystem: if you want your students to create websites, as I always do (the power of connected learning! And no, this is not really a post about Canvas per se...As it browses web pages previously crawled, it will detect links upon those pages to add to the list of pages to be crawled.If you want more details, you can read about them in Webmaster Tools Help.Whenever you create a new website or blog for your business, the first thing you probably want to happen is have people find it.And, of course, one of the ways you hope they will find it is through search.), then I have good things to say about the new Google Sites.This might be of special interest to people who are using Google Suite at their schools.
I need a reliable, free web publishing option to recommend to my students, and for the past seven years I've been using Google Sites (before that I used Netscape Composer and its successor, Mozilla Seamonkey, until my university abruptly stopped supporting student web spaces in 2010).But typically, you have to wait around for the Googlebot to crawl your website and add it (or your newest content) to the Google index.So the question is: how do you ensure this happens as quickly as possible?With Chrome 60, you can now measure time to first paint and time to first contentful paint with the Paint Timings API.You can control how fonts are rendered with the font-display CSS property. Latest updates coming to the Credential Management API in Chrome 60. Read more A round up of the deprecations and removals in Chrome 60 to help you plan.