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Webydo.com Review

Webydo is a work of love of a web design community that advocates the role of a designer in the website creation process. Shmulik Grizim and Tzvika Steinmetz co-founded Webydo because they actually needed it themselves.

The co-founders were running a digital advertising firm and were spending about 70% of website creation budgets on hiring developers. At that time there were no code-free programs to allow designers create sites without having to manually convert their web design projects into valid code. So, they decided to create one.

Launched in 2013, in about three years the company has amassed a strong community of like-minded designers and has helped to create thousands of professional-looking websites.

What makes Webydo unique? Is it suited to the regular user? The best way to judge whether a service fits your needs is to try it out. So join us testing Webydo website builder.

#1 Ease of Use

Just like any modern website builder, Webydo provides an intuitive drag-and-drop editor. Combined with a minimalist interface, it creates a cozy, easy-to-navigate website building environment.

Anyone familiar with Adobe’s ecosystem will find Webydo intuitive and well-structured, but those who have no experience of working in Photoshop or InDesign will be overwhelmed with the editor.

Webydo offers at least four toolbars each hiding more options making it difficult to understand where to start. For a beginner, there’s certainly a steep learning curve.

Webydo Editor

The builder is conveniently divided into Dashboard and Design Studio. The latter has three working modes: Design, Content and Preview. The Design mode gives you complete control over the design: you can add new pages, edit existing ones, rearrange objects on the canvas, edit text styles and more.

Even if you are a designer, make sure you watch Webydo’s introductory video and take a quick interactive tour – that will save you lots of time and effort, and help make the most out of the platform.

For instance, you may not notice some of the hidden automation features, such as Liquid Element Groupings that allow you to resize and relocate groups of elements, and change their settings; or Automated Layouts that let you easily reorder layouts and sort elements into columns for multiple device sizes.

But what’s more interesting is the fact you can customize your Studio environment: Webydo lets you organize control panel elements according to your preferences.

By switching to the Content mode you’ll see your site as a CMS user: you’ll be able to update content, but have no control over the design. It’s noteworthy that while in the Design mode you can make certain elements non-editable by CMS users simply by ticking the corresponding checkbox (see screenshot).

Webydo’s smart Text Editor is worth a special mention. It makes the Design mode even more efficient by automating many operations, generating cleaner code and saving you a lot of time. In particular, you can set to apply new changes globally, all over the website.

For instance, you can alter all subtitles on your website with a single click, without having to manually change them on each page.

The Preview mode lets you see exactly how your published content will look and act across various devices.

Another feature worth mentioning is the Updates window that pops up each time you enter the control panel. It shows you what’s new in Webydo, so you’ll never miss an update.

The Revision History feature. With it you can now preview older versions of the site and recover the version you like most. Great job!

#2 Feature Set and Flexibility

Webydo has a Photoshop-like control panel packed with advanced web design tools that let you fine tune your website with pixel accuracy.

So what kind of elements can you drag to the page? Webydo includes most conventional elements: shapes, images, text, videos, Flash files, galleries, menus, and various widgets.

Webydo Editor Elements

Less conventional is the code-free Parallax scrolling animator. With the animator, you can set amazing animation effects on any kind of visual objects: images, shapes, forms, galleries, .gif files and even widgets.

What I found immediately when reviewing Webydo is their focus on responsive design.

Designers can easily manage all versions of their site from a single dashboard by creating breakpoints for different screens and devices.

Users can hide and unhide elements on the page, adapt typography and navigation to create different experiences for all their visitors.

Webydo Preview

Custom typography. While most site builders limit you to using their in-house font libraries only, Webydo lets users easily upload custom fonts.

In the Webydo studio, click on any text element and select ‘Add fonts’ in the design panel. Then, in the ‘Manage Your Fonts’ window, click the ‘Upload Your Fonts’ tab to easily upload any font from your PC.

Besides, you can connect to your Adobe Typekit account to use your saved fonts in the Webydo Studio. In the ‘Add Fonts’, select ‘Connect Typekit Fonts’ and follow the cues to swiftly add your API Typekit token.

Webydo Fonts

Commerce. Webydo has powerful in-house eCommerce functionality. It’s system contains all webstore needed features and even more. To activate you store, just click on ‘Store’ button at the main menu and you’ll be transferred to store interface. As now it’s in beta mode, we’ll provide a full store test after full release.

Webydo Store

Within trial mode you can sell up to 5 products. To activate a full features of Webydo Store instruments, you have to subscribe with one of the paid plans.

Besides, Webydo has its own store from where you can install lots of items that could make your store more attractive.

Webydo Store Apps

Blogging. Webydo has a full-featured blogging system called ‘Blog Content Mode’. Using this feature, designers can create a template to allow CMS users add and publish new articles following the same design format.

The Blog feature also works for creating product collections, news feeds and other repetitive elements.

Webydo Blog

You won’t find lots of apps and widgets in Webydo. Unlike Wix or Jimdo which have whole app markets, Webydo is more focused on the look of your website, rather than its operation and offers applications for e-store only.

If you need to insert some custom code, you can either use the Custom code widget or export your site’s code and share it with developers if any serious changes need to be made.

Because Webydo is primarily intended for freelance designers and agencies, it comes with a set of business-related options which can’t be found in other website builders. These include Bill my client and Build your brand options.

The Bill my client service gives designers the ability to bill their clients directly from the dashboard. Webydo charges a 5% fee per successul transaction.

The Build my brand feature lets you replace Webydo logos with your own brand, including your clients’ login page and CMS. This feature allows designers to present Webydo’s interface as their own. They can also connect a custom domain to publish their projects under their own subdomain.

Webydo Branding

The multi-functional Dashboard of Webydo allows designers to easily manage multiple projects from one place: control their settings, run a search among your websites, and get help from the Webydo experts.

Webydo Dashboard

SEO. In terms of SEO, Webydo offers a basic toolset:

  • First, users can specify meta tags (Title, Description, and Keywords) for each individual page.
  • Second, there’s an easy way to connect Google Analytics and Webmaster Tools.
  • Third, users can set 301 redirections to safely migrate pages from their old sites.

Webydo SEO tools

When your site is ready, you can either export its CSS and HTML code or host your site with Webydo. Since recently, you can even purchase domain names directly through the control panel.

#3 Designs

There are three options when it comes to design: you can pick a ready design (these are fully customizable, no worries); start with a layout defining the structure of your future website; or start from scratch.

Webydo Designs

Webydo’s template collection isn’t huge, yet it allows you to see what Webydo websites may look like when published. All Webydo templates are responsive.

Webydo Design Templates

Check out my collection of Webydo-based websites. I’ve handpicked various types of websites, from photography portfolios to online shops to show you what exactly you can build with Webydo.

#4 Customer Support

Webydo stands out for its friendly community and support that is ready to help you anytime via Live Chat in your Webydo account. There’s also an impressive video Knowledge Base. Besides, you can always contact their Team directly by filling out a feedback form or by phone.

In addition to the Support page, Webydo interacts with its clients through the Suggest a Feature, Report a Bug and Vote! pages.

So, if you feel that Webydo lacks a certain option – just suggest it. It works! The aforementioned parallax animator, the responsive editor, white label, custom 404 error pages and more were once suggested features.

#5 Pricing Policy

There are four paid options, each comes with a free 7-day trial. After trial period, anytime you want you can upgrade to a paid subscription.

The paid versions include Pro ($90/mo), Team ($180/mo) and Agency ($480/mo). Your choice will mainly depend on how many websites you plan to build, whether your need the ‘site exports’ feature, and collaborators.

Webydo Pricing Plans

The maximum Webydo plan (called Agency) comes with the following add-ons: branded sub-domain, professional training, 10 team members, client DIY wizard and what’s more – dedicated account manager.

There are also discounted plans for students and enterprises. Contact one of the Webydo experts directly to learn more about discounts.

#6 Webydo FAQ

Q: What’s the main idea behind Webydo?

Q: Who is it for?

Q: Is Webydo template-based? Can I start from scratch?

Q: Can I share my designs with collaborators and clients?

Q: Can I create a responsive website with Webydo?

Q: Are there any eCommerce capabilities?

Q: Can I export my website?

Q: How much does it cost to create a website using Webydo?

Disadvantages

As a platform clearly aimed at professional designers, Webydo is more focused on design, rather than functionality. It’s a ‘static’ website builder. If you expect to find tons of widgets and plugins, Webydo isn’t the best option. However, the good news is that Webydo has the Participate section where you can suggest a feature.

The complicated design studio of Webydo makes it ill-suited to the regular customer. There’s a steep learning curve.

Webydo Review: Conclusion

Webydo is a new name in the website building market. However, it has already built a strong user community (more than 235,000 customers as of today). It’s good for building portfolios, simple shops and business sites.

However, it doesn’t support such complex features as advanced blogging, user management and more.

Comparison with Competitors

Webydo isn’t the only player in the field of code-free design. Its closest competitors are Webflow and Adobe Muse. We’ve also compared Webydo to some other web publishing platforms:

 

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  • Johan vandenOutenaar

    I read various times the term ‘experience designers’, but to me it looks there’s meant ‘developers’, since designers go (mainly) visual and developers make things work.

    • Johan,
      As I see it, designers (both experienced and newbies) focus on storytelling, colors, fonts, UX, information presentation and so on. They do not necessarily have to be coders. They’re architects, not masons :). However, knowing some codes never hurts.

      • Johan vandenOutenaar

        I agree. I even copy and paste some codes ones in a while, but have to admit that it really hearts. 😀

  • Susan Gyarmati

    I subscribed to Webydo several weeks ago and while I had a test site their customer service was amazing. Phone calls welcoming me, emails asking if I needed help, etc. I was so impressed that I signed up for a 4-year stint with them. The test site ran out and I am now completely out of luck getting any help. I’ve had a serious problem since Saturday and as of today (Wednesday) I haven’t had any resolution. I keep getting passed from person to person and now rudely told that they are working on it. That is four days that I can’t work on that segment. I have deadlines to meet and now I can’t even get a straight answer.

    BEWARE of their “CARING CUSTOMER SERVICE!” I am very disappointed because I was really counting on them to be the answer to my webdesign business. Wish I had gone with Wix!

    • Hi Susan, I am sorry about this, please email me directly to cid@webydo.com and I will make sure this is taken care of. Best, Cid.

  • heart brain

    can i ask what about the hosting? website hosting since they got the plans but still not get it does that includes all the hosting

  • Laurence Everitt

    Webydo has great potential, but currently their updates to the text editor and the inability for real responsive sites is getting me down.
    I realise that some parts are in beta, but try telling that to a client who wants his site to view on mobiles. Currently you have to re-design three more pages for mobile and not every item can be used. I’ve just found out that the blog item isn’t responsive, so cannot be used in that way.
    I’m under server pressure with this program and am starting to look at alternatives.

    • Hi Laurence,

      Some things are definitely in Beta and we are always improving the feature the functionality that we have every week.

      Please send me an email to community@webydo.com and I’ll be happy to schedule a 1-on-1 with a member of our Support team. I think you could really benefit from a good Q&A session and help you work more efficiently in Webydo and learn new tips, tricks and work arounds.

      Regards,
      Ryan

  • Ron Chalker

    I wouldn’t recommend it, it is very flakey and constantly crashes. Wix is expensive but it is still the best online website builder.

    • Hi Ron,

      Thanks for the feedback!

      We are constantly working to improve the experience of our designer community and overall platform stability. Your feedback is critical in the process. Do you mind shooting me an email to community@webydo.com, I’d love to ask you a few questions regarding the subject.

      Best,
      Ryan

    • Len Pritchard

      How can Wix be the best when it doesn’t support responsive sites??

      • Hi Len, do you have a Wix site?
        They do offer responsive templates.

        • Len Pritchard

          My error – apologies. Maybe Wix need to push this harder as even some very recent forums indicate they don’t do responsive. I looked at Wix some time ago but lack of responsive ability put me off. I see now they have a mobile optimised offer – although it seems to be confusing a fair amount of people and not working on all mobile devices. I can’t comment as not tried. Personally use Rapidweaver on Mac and apart from some issues moving from 5 – 6 a while back I’m very happy with it. Hugely flexible and particularly like the options to start with a blank theme and design yourself. responsive works really well also. Still guess I’m off-topic here?

        • Lou

          Using Wix for a many years and can say no responsive templates. Fact, Wix is not responsive at all and very buggy on mobile devices. Dig into company format and focus is sales growth and less site upgrades. Wix is not the Wix we all once fell in love with after company became stock owned. So, don’t hold your breath for a responsive build web site on Wix. -Lou

          PS – Love your web site articles!

  • Webydont

    I have built an entire website with Webydo, and while it is beautiful we are constantly hitting bugs and snafus. Right now we can’t publish the donate page for our nonprofit because of bugs on Webydo’s end. Who knows when we will hear back from customer service, or when this problem will be fixed?

  • belkis

    can someone help me w this webdevelopers…Im trying to redirect my domain to webydo and cant, worse nobody to help w tech support. sucks.

  • David Sheffield

    Webydo is total garbage. They can’t do a HTTPS connection on you or your clients webstores meaning you can’t list your products on google and nobody in their right mind would checkout using a credit card on an unsecured server (it opens you up to huge liability). Furthermore they make you pay in advance for their products so you end up spending a year in advance on hosting before you realize what total garbage their products are. NEVER EVER USE WEBYDO

    • Appreciating your consistency with posting in every review done on Webydo….as each of these are the same I will reiterate:

      All of Webydo’s eCommerce solutions are through 3rd party plugins such as PalPay and Ecwid which are all secure. As for Google, products can be listed there (see here: https://help.ecwid.com/customer/en/portal/articles/1165526-google-shopping). They actually have a 30 day free trial and after that period, a free site with 5 pages – seems like enough time to get to know whether or not your want to commit to it long term.

      On another note, Webydo has undergone major changes, specifically this past July with it’s new version. It seems this review is really out of date and nearly all of the issues or snags that Mike comes across have been addressed and updated…Mike, maybe it’s time for round two?

      • David Sheffield

        Thanks for the sarcastic and snarky response. 30 days is not enough time to uncover every shitty shortcoming of your terrible software.

        Let me ask you this: Why do you charge for stuff a year in advance when everyone else charges by the month? And then why do you have a sales staff start bothering people IMMEDIATELY after they sign up for the trial, pressuring them to sign up for the full version not 30 days later, but no more than a couple days later?

        Basically, you have a horrible product that has many problems with it that shines well at first. So you try to unload your shiny, glittering, steaming pile of crap on as many unsuspecting people as possible.

        Also, your software still sucks. There’s nothing out of date about that.

        And thanks for not addressing any of my concerns. You’ve sufficiently pissed me off more so that I will go post negative reviews about your site on 20 more different forums/places reviewing you. Until I get a refund and an apology from you guys I will never stop telling people to avoid you.

  • Izzy

    (InO Designs)
    This happens also with programs that create code for you, like Adobe, Adobe Catalyst Muse, among other creators of websites
    (Mailmann)006
    I have to agree too. A useful tool, but not for experienced designers

  • Philip Quinton

    The prices have risen steeply in the few days or weeks since this article was published. It’s now $25, $45 or $125 a month. The cyber weekend deal sweetens it a bit but still, you ought to update this review.

    I think it’s brilliant though, perfect for someone like me who struggles to get convincing results with sitebuilders like Wix and cannot even comprehend WordPress.

    • Thank you for your comment Philip!

    • Lou

      I this Article is in need to update asap. The prices is far more expected. It is not $25 / $45 / 125. As of today the price for monthly: $90 / $180 / $480 and then Annually: $75 / $150 / $400. Never, did I see any web builder hosting charge these crazy prices. Why would anyone want to pay these crazy prices is beyond me!

    • Lou

      This Article is in need for updating what Webydo charges, asap. The prices is far more expected. It is not $25 / $45 / 125. As of today the price for a monthly account: $90 / $180 / $480 and then Annually: $75 / $150 / $400. Never, did I see any web builder hosting charge these crazy prices. Why would anyone want to pay these crazy prices is beyond me!

      • Lou, you are right that the prices are different than what’s in the article. It should be noted that there is a major difference in the price structure today when we are talking about the price as a whole: CMS and hosting is included in every plan.

        You cannot really compare Webydo to DIY builders as they are for end users whereas Webydo is for designers and web agencies with a completely different need, skill set and business model as far as the production of sites is concerned. I think it would be interesting to compare Webydo to another platform that is aimed at business-savvy designers to get a feel for it’s pricing and value for designers.

        – Caroline

        • Lou

          Caroline, I must disagree with Webydo price structure. No matter how you justify the huge monthly / yearly cost, it is way out of reach for most to afford it, including businesses. And the huge cost does not justify for the ongoing bugs, poor customer services, and lack of building large sites or it will halt!

          Correct, can’t compare Webydo with DIY builders based on cloud services. Although, you missed to mention are a few true drag and drop web builders softwares available today part of a CMS system and can be hosted anywhere to anyones desires. From the few here is one good example; WYSIWYG Web Builder.

          Also, Adobe Muse is another suite with a true drag and drop for designers. Yes, Muse is not based on CMS system but that will change in time -soon. And what about Webflow? Built in CMS! Web flow is another great cloud based web application for designers and business owners. The above web builders along with many out there for designers do have the ability for CMS and can be used to designed small or larger business at a low cost that is not crazy in price structure.

          Shmulik Grizim and Tzvika Steinmetz had good intentions developing Webydo. But, years later it failed after investors took it over. Most reviews will share their personal experiance for poor customer services, can’t get their refunds, losing their websites and can’t be recover, ongoing bugs, and huge slowdowns “Very slow, glitchy” building large sites, slow to add new features or updates. These are reviews from Webydo users, not surveys! Anyone can read the Webydo’s community forum and see for themselves, issues after issues using this platform. Read Webydo Blog, not much.

          Yes, many Webydo users love it and can afford to use it, but there is a much better builders outside from Webydo’s proprietary platform that can match it or do better without hurting your wallet.

          • We’ll have to agree to disagree. What you see here and in the forums are the fringe. We have an extremely happy designer community who see the value in our prices and our platform as one of the best tools for designers to create websites for their clients.

            Regarding the point of it being more expensive, actually, it’s not.

            Let’s break it down:

            Previously, a user on the Pro plan creating 10 sites a year was paying $300 for their plan and $600 for Hosting & CMS ($60/site, annually). That comes out to $900. The updated Pro plan is also $900.

            A user on the Team plan creating 30 sites was paying $2,340 for the year. Now it’s $1,800.

            Users on the Agency plan paid $7,500 on 100 sites and will now be paying $4,800 annually.

            Regarding the rest of your points, please take a look at one of the better reviews – and most balanced – that I’ve read in a while on Webydo: http://www.merchantmaverick.com/reviews/webydo-review/

          • Lou

            For real? Not sure what planet you live on. Webydo price hike isn’t justified. Anyone paying your outrages prices have no concept for money. As stated before, for $60 you can buy a web builder software and build unlimited web sites on any hosting systems as little as $99 bucks a year. Or, stated before, many SaaS website builders competing such as Webflow. And the price plane for Webflow vs Webydo don’t eat your wallet -you know it and Webydo investors know it! And what about WYSIWYG Web Builder desktop software? Another awesome web CMS builders with a much better drag and drop for designers. No CMS bugs and tons of features then Webydo users do wish for. Dude, wake up! Designers can get a better web builders for 300% less.

            A time will come for Adobe Muse to be part of a CMS system and on that day, your so called happy users may jump ship to engaged for a better drag and drop and less expensive system. The Muse community out numbers Webydo as do they widget 3rd party developers (Webydo does not have or provides 3rd party widget / plugins developers.) Muse is for professional designers who desire the freedom to create without code with a low cost monthly fee. Adobe also offer a huge educational discounts. For now, Muse is without a CMS but those who need it for their own projects or building for others can always design from Muse and import project into dreamweaver to apply CMS for the type of projects to be used with.

            And no fringe. Although, you may have many Webydo designers happy with the value in your price plan, you also have too far many who no longer use your platform or looking elsewhere, a fact. Any company asking for large fees will do anything to prevent negative feedback to not disrupt the cash coming in, you and along with Webydo staffs seem to a good job doing this.

            If for some reason you didn’t read all of my last reply to Caroline, Webydo staff member. Here it is:

            Caroline, I must disagree with Webydo price structure. No matter how you justify the huge monthly / yearly cost, it is way out of reach for most to afford it, including businesses. And the huge cost does not justify for the ongoing bugs, poor customer services, and lack of building large sites or it will halt!

            Correct, can’t compare Webydo with DIY builders based on cloud services. Although, you missed to mention there are a few true drag and drop web builders software available today part of a CMS system and can be hosted anywhere to anyones desires. From the few here is one good example; WYSIWYG Web Builder.

            Also, Adobe Muse is another suite with a true drag and drop for designers. Yes, Muse is not based on CMS system but that will change in time -soon. And what about Webflow? Another CMS Builder! Webflow is another awesome cloud based web application for designers and business owners. The above web builders along with many out there for designers do have the ability for CMS and can be used to designed small or larger business at a low cost that is not crazy in price structure.

            Shmulik Grizim and Tzvika Steinmetz had good intentions developing Webydo. But, years later it failed after investors took it over. Most reviews will share their personal experiance for poor customer services, can’t get their refunds, losing their websites and can’t be recover, ongoing bugs, and huge slowdowns “Very slow, glitchy” building large sites, slow to add new features or updates. These are reviews from Webydo users, not surveys! Anyone can read the Webydo’s community forum and see for themselves, issues after issues using this platform. Read Webydo Blog, not much to say. Blog lacks with update news.

            Yes, many Webydo users love it and can afford to use it, but there is a much better builders outside from Webydo’s proprietary platform that can match it or do better without hurting your wallet.

            I don’t dislike Webydo. Early days did give it a try and then, it was buggy. For me, as a designer love the drag and drop concept for developing websites with out coding, Webydo could had achived this but it failed. Webydo can be an outstanding web builder only if they restructure the company starting from the top. If so, what a amazing web builder for all to use.

          • Virginia Herron

            I must say this break down is why I prefer the old structure. The old structure was $5 per site for hosting. This new model allows 30 sites on the team plan but you need 31, you are now paying: $400-150=$250. That is a lot a month compared to Webydo’s major competitor.

            I am grandfathered in on the team plan with 50 sites, so I am fine, but the new changes make it tough for many designers to afford as they grow.

          • I think that it’s hard to determine at the start of the year if you are going to build 30 versus 31 sites. But, for cases like those, our team is more than willing to find a creative solution to help our users out that makes sense in terms of how many sites they are actually creating vs. plan cost.

            Also, on that level, we have an expert customer success team giving personalized assistance to help rapidly grow designers’ businesses to make sure that they are getting the most out of the plan they are on while scaling up.

            – Caroline

  • JenniferDesign

    I’ve had nothing but problems with Webydo, bugs, poor customer service, endless desktop & responsive glitches since January 2015, when I first purchased my Agency bundle. It’s now Jan 2016 and little to none of the fixes that were promised have been fulfilled. Customer service, actually implies they have such a thing, they really don’t.

    I wished this company could be something I could have build simple sites for my smaller clients and then hand over the keys with minimal hassle but the glitches, un-responsive “responsive” pages and even major page design changes out of the blue on live sites… nope, all set.

    When questions are emailed, they don’t get answered, if it was an important issue I’ve had to leave messages, email different departments and beg my “agent” to advocate for me. I even had them tell me they never got my messages, seriously? Maybe another company can see this kind of real need and take the bull by the horns but this place has disappointed time and time again.

    I even built a site and it totally disappeared, like, gone. They tried to find it but said it must have gotten lost somehow. Thankfully it wasn’t live and I was only a few days in but wow, that was early on and a big red flag for me. Didn’t get much better.

    This isn’t even touching on the code issues, yes – code is not clean at all, that’s a whole other issue.

    Have they ever tried to compensate me for my time, headaches, troubles either financially or with good will? Not once.

    • Hi Jennifer,

      I’d like to discuss this with you further as this seems like an extreme case, would you mind sending an email to community@webydo.com?

      Thanks,

      Caroline

      • JenniferDesign

        Lol, 3 months later. Thank’s Caroline, I’m all set. And… this is not an extreme case at all.

  • deniz acici

    It looks damn good and feel like it but in the fact it is not. Especially 3th party plugins (Powr) such as custom contact form, media galleries, etc make websites load-time very slow.

    I bought an agency account because of given promises for regarding to upcoming futures on design editor such as customised URLs on client dashboard and design editor to direct clients to custom made dashboard or a billing software (WHMCS, etc) that I could sell extra services (ssl, logo design, etc). But non of the given promises have not been made. I have paid about £400 and I did not export or published any website. This is why I asked for refund and they said there is no refund and I explained the situation in detail again that you gave me promises that will become available in few weeks but non of them have been made which this was few months ago. Now I am waiting for their response, I will update my comment when I get replay.

    • Hi Deniz,

      So I understand that your account manager has spoken to you about this and it seems like the things you need are simply not a part of our platform. While we do have a lot of exciting things in the pipeline such as a blog and advanced, native eCommerce options, it sounds strange that those things would be promised if they were not even in development. If you would like to discuss further, please send an email to community@webydo.com.

      Best,

      Caroline

      • deniz acici

        Hi,

        So you are saying the things not a part of your platform such as WHMCS, or any 3th party billing and client management. I can simply connect them via API, is that right? No, because it’s not possible on your platform. And yes, you gave me promises that in near future I was going to be able to add custom URL links on design editor and client dashboard to redirect clients, and this is why I bought this account but not of the given promises haven’t been made by you. Now, I am writing here to show the reality behind your strategic contents and get my money back. But ”it seems like the things I need are simply not a part of your platform” :))

        I haven’t even got any invoice for the payment I made but it’s on my bank statement! I am still waiting for an answer and refund and I won’t stop until get my money back.

        By the way I will prepare a video on youtube to describe all problems and bugs I am facing to proof I am right.

        • Thanks for your feedback. We sent all of the relevant items to our R&D team. Our Director of Customer Care will follow up with you shortly.

          • deniz acici

            I’ve got an email from Webydo ”after this comment” and it was very interesting. But’ still they will decide for my refund then I will explain my whole experience.

  • Frank Camuglia

    I have been using Webydo almost exclusively for 2 years now. It is without a doubt, the best and most complete website builder around. I tried the Wixes and Weeblys just to compare, but the extent of control over every element in the Webydo editor is unsurpassed.

    What many don’t understand, is that it is also a powerful design tool. I have had clients who preferred a site built on the Bootstrap platform. So I will use Webydo to build a mock-up of that site. It is a very effective selling point, when you can produce a fully functional website to pitch to a client in about a day. Once approved by the client, I can then code it for bootstrap.

    I have also had only good,experiences with their support. I have in the past had some issues with things, but that is to be expected. Webydo support has always rectified the issue quickly.

    I have read many of the comments below, and most of those issues sound like they happened early on in Webydo’s existence. I can say that I have seen the company grow and really cater to their designer community.

    • Hi, Frank,
      Thanks for your comment about Webydo’s customer support. It’s very important for those who wish to try Webydo to know at first hand about their work.

  • Alex

    Webydo is the best and most intuitive web builder. If you’ve got an eye for design, Webydo enables you to put your ideas onto the screen without complex technical knowledge or coding. New features are constantly coming out and I’ve been fortunate enough to test the blog which is due to be released soon – and it’s looking awesome. Additionally there is always someone on livechat to assist me with any technical issues and Damien, my account manager, is always available to assist me with any queries. He goes above and beyond to make sure we’re satisfied and are using the features in the best possible way.

    • Hi, Alex,
      Thanks for your experience of communication with Webydo support and blog feature testing.

  • Rich Conway

    We’ve been using Webydo for a year now and have added well over 50 sites. Our client sites are indexing well and feedback has been tremendous. The CMS is simple for clients to understand and for us to control their access so things don’t get messed up. Webydo customer service has been great as well getting help with any issues or questions. Like every system no matter what you use there are always a bug or two and any we’ve come across in Webydo have been fixed really quick. I highly recommend Webydo

    • Hi, thanks for you comment and youк recommendation.

  • Rich Conway

    I ran out code in many SEO tools for Webydo sites, then used the same tools on competitors websites which were WordPress based and some other builders and they returned worse results than the Webydo site. Just thought I’d pass that along.

  • Dorian Grey

    Yes, it’s easy and great, but it lacks many things DIVI has, which is a SEO friendly wordpress theme with a front-end design and editing. Talking about SEO, nothing beats wordpress. DIVI 3 looks like a spaceship and it’s as easy as playing with lego. See the videos, check it out http://scarab13.com/best-wordpress-theme/