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This builder is outstanding! Frankly it has A LOT to praise. But I’m going to focus on features. They’re LUXURIOS!!! They bring SO MUCH fun. I do enjoy them and here’s what I think. Orson serves up a few powerful functions I love the most. One of them is a countdown clock. Now I have it on my website, it counts the minutes, many visitors compliment me on it. So lovely! Like a reputable builder Orison is made bearing media links/feeds in mind. There’s nothing special about them, they function flawlessly. Image carousel is something ...

2019.12.22 at 09:49 written by: Robert
Reviews: 11
Overall rating: 4.18
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Number one choice for me is RVSitebuilder. I’ve tried way too many platforms such as Plesk Sitebuilder, SiteSpinner, Blogger, and others but RVSitebuilder is my favorite builder. Its main advantage is ease of use. Many site builders require you to watch tons of tutorials or to be good at coding. Nothing of the kind on RVSitebuilder. I just registered myself on this platform and I could modify and add content right off the bat. I’ve read a few comments saying that this platform is difficult to use but I don’t think so. I clearly understand how to ...

2019.12.28 at 12:30 written by: Erey007
Reviews: 13
Overall rating: 4.15
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You mark my words people. OnePagerApp is going to be a big fish one day. Here’s certainly a lot to be improved so far but they have a very big potential. I used it myself and I know what I’m talking about. They’re focused on providing super simple, uncluttered, and extremely flexible options for those who deal with small business. They’ve already succeeded. I can’t even imagine how far they will go… It’s obvious from the name of the builder that OnePagerApp is very easy to use. That’s true. You won’t spend ...

2019.11.18 at 09:28 written by: Alexfmos
Reviews: 8
Overall rating: 4.12
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I’ve had many many many clients in my practice. Some of them want standard simple websites while others need plenty of pages with gigabytes of content. It is what it is but Startlogic always supports me whether I’m having a simple order or a large project.
The main advantage of Startlogic is its flexibility. On the one hand there’re decisions which make routine tasks simpler. Yes, there’re features which help to automate similar tasks. On the other hand there’re very detailed tools useful for specific objectives.
Just a few weeks ago I had a very ...

2019.12.12 at 07:59 written by: bo707ob
Reviews: 10
Overall rating: 4.10
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Cabanova is perfect at giving freedom as well as at guiding users on the way to a final website. I use their services and I’m very positive about what they offer. I’ve got a dance school with a beautiful logo. I thought that adding it to an existing template would be a problem but it wasn’t. I just inserted it instead of pre-existing one. Really simple. I can change size and placement of my logo to match the overall style of my site which is a big advantage because some website builders impose restrictions on this aspect ...

2019.12.21 at 20:21 written by: Chet
Reviews: 14
Overall rating: 4.00
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Need some improvements but looks promising. You can use to build different features on your site. There are some lags when loading it, but it does allow easy installations. Designs are viewed properly from mobile devices. It has some good options for integrations such as Google maps or also social media accounts.

2020.05.21 at 17:17 written by: jsmith39
Reviews: 5
Overall rating: 3.20
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Whenever I think about a proper portfolio something glamorous and exclusive comes to my mind. It’s reasonable that if you want to show yourself you need to do it in an attractive way. Portfoliobox is useless at this point even though they specialize in this aspect. All they have is a bunch of standard looking designs which are overused I think. They won’t help you to stand out at all. At least they didn’t help me. Customization isn’t flexible either so you can’t expect everyone to break their necks looking at your portfolio. Too primitive.

2019.12.24 at 21:08 written by: Angela S
Reviews: 8
Overall rating: 3.00
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Using Ucraft! Love Ucraft! Wish it all the best! Have several recommendations. Ucraft think about adding new things more often. I like what you have today but working on fresh tools or themes is what you really really need! A limited amount of templates is a noticeable drawback, trust me Ucraft! You’re easy to customize and I can change any template of yours, good job! Anyway I’m of the opinion that this downside isn’t really substantial for the platform like you Ucraft. I recommend you implemented more tools to work with images, you’re limited yet! Now ...

2019.10.16 at 03:46 written by: Pois0n
Reviews: 5
Overall rating: 3.00
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Got a blog about movies. It’s fueled by Jigsy. Not that I’m really impressed with it but it has a few strength areas. Let's start with the beginning. The blogging tool itself. It’s not actually sophisticated but has a lot to post interesting content. I’ve build up a clean and modern-looking blog, it’s easy to manage as well. The basic functions of Jigsy’s blog include adding photos, videos, building content templates to arrange text and images. HTML code of the posts is opened. I don’t really edit it because I’m not ...

2019.11.12 at 08:12 written by: pChou
Reviews: 5
Overall rating: 3.00
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To tell you all the truth I feel quite moderate about Webydo.com. In my opinion this is one of those website builders which stunt at first sight but hidden disadvantages come step by step later. Certainly I have seen the good on Webydo.com and it mostly relates to how forward-looking it is made. To my disappointment many of the tools by Webydo still fall behind the standards of the quality. I have made a small list of the strengths and weak points of Webydo.com. I hope it is quite balanced. The good about Webydo.com: 1. Advanced ...

2019.10.24 at 04:05 written by: dumbodrop
Reviews: 6
Overall rating: 3.00
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Oh God! Snappages doesn’t even know such a word as usefulness! Never have I seen anything that would be a number one hit here. Tons of useless tools are in abundance! Helpful features are ignored! This is not just my personal opinion, many of my friends say the same! I honestly tried to accept Snappages when making my own website. No, I haven’t succeeded in it, I’ve failed! Here’s what I thinks Snappages needs drastically! - Design from scratch. Any normal website builder knows that users may want to go out of the box… but not Snappages ...

2019.11.13 at 03:29 written by: L33T
Reviews: 4
Overall rating: 3.00
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Hi everyone! Just a few lines from a blogger about Homestead. Its worst part is an ugly contact form lightbox. You’ll hate it because it looks ancient and allows no customization. Just accept it. Its audio player is a bit better. It’s a functional one. Sadly its appearance is so-so. If you like retro audio players you’ll like it. Been testing Homestead’s blogging opportunities. Not bad. Still could be better. It’s a basic tool which has all it takes to blog successfully. There are drafts and commenting. It’s enough for an average blogger but ...

2019.12.15 at 08:03 written by: Terry B
Reviews: 8
Overall rating: 2.88
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I wish I could forget about my experience with Webeden. Now there’s no more Webeden in my life and I am happy. Only a Slowpoke will feel comfortable with Webeden. This is the slowest tool I’ve had!!! The editor itself freezes and takes minutes to load. When I switched between pages editing them I had to wait for a lot of time to do edits. Feels like Webeden takes a nap from time to time! Webeden says they use Flash and HTML 5 technologies but I doubt. The tools by them are never fast. The website I had ...

2019.12.19 at 14:29 written by: Kevorkian
Reviews: 13
Overall rating: 2.85
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All of my life I’ve been making websites. None of the existing builders is a mystery to me. Just recently I had an order to build a website on Dunked. This isn’t my favorite platform since it lacks many vital aspects. I think an XML sitemap is of high importance. They contain the list of the URLs which can be indexed. It’s a good indicator for search engines which will read the pages more intelligently. Latest updates, frequency of changes and the importance of URLs, all of these are also contained there. I can’t ignore their ...

2019.12.21 at 08:44 written by: WhiteBirdER
Reviews: 6
Overall rating: 2.83
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Yeah, I was using Ownfreewebsite. I wish I wasn’t! This is the hell where live the worst nightmares of users. I’m not going to change my mind ever! The whole style of OFW is a total failure! It’s something between an old-school cartoon and deformed imagination of an odd designer. There’s too much of blank space on OFW. Feels like the platform is underworked, like a bare house waiting for furniture. This software is so poorly made that you never know what to click to have something added. No explanations, no imaginative icons, I felt bound ...

2019.11.19 at 10:26 written by: Magenta
Reviews: 5
Overall rating: 2.80
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I don’t really know how to call it but I actually feel like SiteZulu hoaxes users. Yesss, there’re functions described as something big and unique but IN FACT they’re not worth a tuppence. Look, they will promise you intricate eCommerce functions if you upgrade to their Professional plan, it’s ridiculous. When I upgraded I only had an access to PayPal button. You serious guys? I can embed the same absolutely free just using PayPal’s embed code. What a silly trickery. Plus PayPal isn’t fairly one of eCommerce features, it’s just a button to ...

2019.10.15 at 03:21 written by: NapsteR
Reviews: 5
Overall rating: 2.80
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Breezi is rather a mediocre player on the market. I tried it for my company and I can’t remember anything spectacular about it. I suppose the interface is the most interesting part in case with Breezi. It looks like it was made specially for people who have a relation to professional design. Many tools do mimic the ones which you will find in Photoshop. The image editor is one of them. Just like any other product of the kind Breezi also provides features such as carousels, widgets for social networks and so on and so forth. Implementing them isn ...

2019.10.23 at 06:59 written by: Millie
Reviews: 5
Overall rating: 2.80
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The best thing about SitePro is flexibility. Everything is laid out in a way which makes it possible to build a really unique website. I don’t rate SitePro as the best builder ever made but there’re various options when adding text or images which are useful to make a nice website. If you have no experience at creating websites it may be a bit difficult for you to understand how to add elements and how to customize them but as soon as you get the hang of it all you’ll be surprised with how many opportunities you ...

2019.10.08 at 16:31 written by: Justin
Reviews: 5
Overall rating: 2.80
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Our previous website (which we inherited from a partner) was out of fashion, dreary and inaccessible for mobile devices. Without any hesitations we jumped to Buildyoursite.com. Perhaps it was a snap decision. Yes, Buildyoursite.com is a highly intuitive and easy-to-use builder. It is a fantastic starter website for a small business owners like us. Promoting our products and services is all pleasure. With easy to follow steps we had our web pages up and running in no time. No problems about it. The published version of our website however is quite different from what we saw in preview ...

2019.11.13 at 07:35 written by: Alexandra
Reviews: 5
Overall rating: 2.80
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Registered on Virb.com some time ago. Disappointed. When signing up I provided such standard information as email, password and title. Then it came to assigning a category for my site. It was when problems arrived. I soon realized that no matter which category I chose my sites were the same. I’ve tested it twice choosing different categories. The result was never different. Big disadvantage. After signing up details got completed I was taken to the editor. On my first visit I was offered several guides. Useless. They just show basic principles of Virb. I still don’t really ...

2019.12.24 at 12:25 written by: Molly S
Reviews: 13
Overall rating: 2.77
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LightCMS isn’t convenient! The very core aspects are impossible to handle! I’m left in high dudgeon! The elements here behave in an overcrowded manner. Simply put when there’re a lot of different elements which are gathered at a small amount of space they look confusing! Confusing isn’t the right adjective, it’s impossible to understand what’s going on! Hardly will anyone stay on such a site. Deleting is a painful process! It’s unexpected but it’s so. I mean deleting certain pages. It isn’t as quick and easy as it must be! I ...

2019.09.28 at 08:39 written by: Pocy
Reviews: 4
Overall rating: 2.75
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When I launched my first website on Weebly back in 2012 I was rather enthusiastic about it. I could drop elements and blog about my music. The website looked attractive with different effects and numerous images. As years have passed I started to feel that my website is getting outdated. I wanted to upgrade but all the blocks were fixed and I couldn’t rearrange them. I decided to move to another platform but I couldn’t do it because I would lose a lot of data. Anyway, I decided to build another website on Weebly but I’ve failed ...

2019.11.05 at 11:57 written by: LARS303
Reviews: 22
Overall rating: 2.68
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Hi guys! I’m a hairdresser, work with a lot of clients, used Moonfruit to sort things out. It helped a bit... The quality of Moonfruit was essentially alluring! Even though the visual side of Moonfruit may not look as the most appealing on Earth... the editor has ample helpful tools. Take notice of Moonfruit ready-made themes... they’re elegant! Wanted to branch out a bit... invited a coder to help, he appreciated Moonfruit’s solution to use custom HTML! Moonfruit has an admittedly old fashioned interface which gives a... familiar feeling... though it’s reliable and useful. As for ...

2019.09.13 at 04:49 written by: FredP
Reviews: 6
Overall rating: 2.67
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Fairly easy to create a website but there are so many bugs. At least twice a year our website goes down and it takes SiteCube several days to fix it. And now I am unable to work on it and it has been down for a month. Their tech support is non-existent. There is no phone number to call. My emails usually go unanswered and when they do respond they claim it works when in fact it doesn't. They always have some excuse, like telling me to delete my cookies - which I do - but it never fixes the problem ...

2020.03.03 at 00:32 written by: mpmboosters
Reviews: 14
Overall rating: 2.64
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Voog is the worst website builder ever created! This is platform is weak at so many aspects. There’re too little add-ons and integration features are extremely limited. So if you want to stay synchronized with social media you’ll be disappointed. The most important drawback for me is that Voog websites have problems when displayed on mobile devices. Some of the images don’t look sharp and crisp on mobile devices. I faced this problem with my own website and I’ve come to a conclusion that it happens with Retina screens only. MacBooks and iPhones use them so ...

2019.12.28 at 19:16 written by: Larry D
Reviews: 5
Overall rating: 2.60
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