Many of us have lots of accounts at different websites. As a rule, these online services require login/password for authorization. The majority of people use one or two simple passwords, because complicated ones are generally forgotten right after the registration. How is it possible to memorize dozens (if not even hundreds) of password and login variants? That’s close to impossible, indeed. That’s why, we often save passwords in text files or in our heads, if their amount allows doing that, of course.
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.