Duda needs no introduction. This revolutionary web service has already helped 5 million people convert their desktop websites into excellent, tap-friendly mobile sites. It works out-of-the box and requires minimum user intervention: just enter your site’s web address or link to your Facebook Fan Page if you have no website, and watch the smart platform building your mobile-friendly web pages right before your eyes. It’s amazing!
Nowadays, hosting companies frequently integrate automated website-building tools to expand usability and provide clients with enhanced opportunities. Boldgrid is one of such examples. This website builder is based on the fully-featured WordPress CMS. On top of that, the Inmotion Hosting developers enhanced the platform, having optimized the server settings to give the platform a website-builder’s look. Boldgrid does not only offer the whole range of CMS features, but also has the merits of its own. The system is well optimized, has an integrated set of templates, extra design settings, and other features. This is done to make the platform user-friendly even for newbies and help it stand out from the crowd as compared to its original. The website builder allows creating all those types of websites that may be developed Continue reading
Wow. I’m impressed. WebStarts is one of the most well-structured and simplest website builders I’ve ever tested. With the exception of its outdated homepage and clunky dashboard, WebStarts is straightforward, easy and clean. Of course, advantages are never the full story, and there are areas for improvement in WebStarts as well. In our review we’re going to discuss both the pros and cons.
People love online site builders for a good reason: they are user-friendly, fast, and affordable. With a code-free site creation platform, adding a new blog post or even a whole new page is as easy as logging in and pressing ‘Add new’, saying nothing about What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get editing of the design elements through the frontend of your site. It goes without saying that building an international ecommerce-driven site needs and relies on absolute professionalism and can’t be brought online with just a few clicks. But we are now talking about small businesses (including sellers) and individuals who need a representation of themselves on the web, but do not need to invest into a super expensive cutting-edge gem. But considering the functionality modern code-free site builders bring to the end user today, Continue reading
It’s never been easier to set up your own eCommerce website, whether it’s for selling your handmade jewelry or for taking an established physical store online. Today, the market of website builders offers both versatile platforms with included shopping cart features, and dedicated, specialized eCommerce site builders that are only getting better. Choosing a specialized platform to build your site over a versatile site builder gives you far more choices in terms of commerce: you get more control over your inventory and business processes, and what’s more, you get an authoritative and trustworthy end product – an enterprise-level commerce site with such features as gift cards, abandoned cart notifications, and digital products, among others. Today, we bring you a review of Zoey, a powerful eCommerce website builder that does not Continue reading
There are many fantastic websites and apps to store and share photos, starting with cozy Instagram and finishing with community-oriented Flickr. However, while there are many photographers who are quite satisfied with the functionality they get from these services, some want to get something more professional-looking and personalized. This is where photography/portfolio website builders or whatever you might want to call them come into play. These platforms let you easily create a dedicated website devoted to your craft at an affordable price, if not for free. We’ve already reviewed quite a few platforms of this kind, and today, we are bringing you a new web service for photographers – Siftr.co, which promises to create a site using sophisticated artificial algorithms with minimum effort required from your side. So let’s have Continue reading
Yesterday, WebStartsToday debuted a redesigned website, which apart from visual changes now has ‘more features, templates, and services’. The new site has got a more modern look and feel, there’s no doubt about that. But what about the site builder’s functionality? When we tested WebStartsToday a little more than a year ago, it was a bit clumsy site creation platform with outdated templates and slow control panel. Have the guys behind the site builder addressed these issues? Let’s put WebStartsToday through its paces once again to see what’s been changed.
In the mid-90s the desktop publishing revolution began with the introduction of GeoCities, Homestead and Moonfruit. It took quite a few years for these web services to make an impact on the design and publishing industry, but once they did, there was no looking back. Code-free website builders, like Wix, Weebly and Squarespace, have captured a lot of attention. But in the past few years there’s been an explosion of new services. Today, we take a closer look at one of them – SpaceCraft website builder. SpaceCraft is a relative newcomer to the scene. It is positioned as a code-free website builder for creating business websites, portfolios and blogs.
If you are reading this post, chances are you want to build a website, and it’s safe to assume that you consider using a Do-It-Yourself website builder. So, we won’t need to tell you that your options are almost endless. The web building industry has recognized the need of the novice to create websites without coding pretty quickly and spawned a whole new generation of DIY web apps. One of the latest players on this field is Mozello, a service of Blumentals Solutions SIA, a small privately held software company based in Latvia, Europe.
The more we’ve been relying on Do-It-Yourself website builders, the more they’ve improved. Historically, website builders catered to a beginner audience, but over the last few years they’ve morphed from primitive page construction kits into feature-heavy, all-in-one, hosted platforms that can produce websites that could easily pass as professionally designed projects. Which leads me to question if there’s any future for web hosting providers. Could they be on the brink of extinction? That seems unlikely. Leading web hosting companies recognized the growing DIY trend and found a way to stay competitive. One by one, they started providing proprietary site building tools with the intent to get you attached to their hosting services. Such is the case of Zyro site builder.