Etsy makes it possible to create a functional and appealing eCommerce website with almost no hassle and waste of time or money. Everyone can learn how to use the service to the advantage and get benefit from it, but there are still users, who did not like Etsy for some reason.
When it comes to choosing a website builder to launch a website, most users feel puzzled because of the rich number of decent services that make it possible to create quality, functional and visually appealing websites. Some systems are web-based, while other have to be downloaded and installed on your computer prior to being used for web building purposes. One of the most trusted desktop apps is Adobe Muse. The service comes with a visual editor and allows creating web pages almost with no coding skills and expertise.
If you want something done right, do it yourself. Thanks to Wix and Weebly, this also applies to websites. Both website builders are incredibly easy-to-use and feature-rich publishing platforms that have become synonyms for DIY website creation.
Jimdo and Squarespace, being two of the most popular DIY website building platforms, might look alike, as they attempt to achieve the same goals: help you create professional-looking websites in a fast, easy and affordable way and empower designers to build unique sites for their clients without having to rely on developers for assistance. Despite the shared mission, the two have subtle differences that could be decisive for your new website. So, in this comparison research we’ll focus on answering the most pressing questions – what’s the difference (in pricing, ease-of-use, performance etc.) – rather than providing in-depth analyses of these site builders.
2016 seems to be a year of continuing evolution and tremendous growth for many website builders, including Jimdo and Weebly. Both web services have undergone a series of significant updates over the past months: Jimdo released an iOS application and updated the editing interface and new Image Editor from Adobe Creative SDK (see details in my Jimdo review)
Everyone, who is proficient in website building, knows that there are two effective tools to build a website, namely CMS and website builders. We won’t get involved in the everlasting debates regarding the best solution. Let’s better differentiate the specialization of these systems, considering their distinctive features. The truth is somewhere in between. We’ll find out now, when it’s better to use CMS and when a website builder proves to be a better choice.
When it comes to building eCommerce websites, the choice of the suitable tool matters a lot. Fortunately, the selection of web building services available out there is pretty impressive and you have several options to choose from. One of the options users frequently give preference to is Ecwid. The service allows integrating an online store into any existing website without affecting its design. This seems a pretty good choice, but there is one thing you should understand before selecting the tool.
Squarespace is great, and I love it, but it is not the only website builder out there. Knowing the full range of alternatives to Squarespace on the market will not only help you choose the platform best-tailored to your individual needs, but also help you save a lot of time and effort.
Shopify has remained one of the leaders in the eCommerce web design niche for years. However, there are many users, who start looking for better Shopify alternatives having tried the service. Why does this happen?
All WYSIWYG website builders are pretty much the same.Their editors are based on similar principles. The use of widgets, adding and preview of changes in the real-time mode, block settings – these features are are available almost in any system of this type. It goes without saying that widgets can be also called “modules”, “features” or anything like that. Interfaces may be completely different, but the essence remains the same: users with no programming skills are able to build a website with a few clicks only.