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 ...
Cubender appeared to be ideal on paper. I thought that this website builder would be good for today’s generation. So it was but only partially.
I am a freelancer and published a website to spread my works. Cubender features crisp and quite responsive website building. Most of the basic goals are easy to achieve. Responsivity is a weak point though. Mobile websites don’t look perfect but function nice. The degree of style customization is acceptable. The basic settings are present and it’s simple to learn them. As for the features now. I’ve found some nice decisions ...
I don’t like Impress.ly service! It may be nice for someone enthusiastic about new technologies but for an experienced user like me this it’s just a useless attempt to offer unpractical tools in an innovative way. Here’s why I can’t stand this platform.
• Too few templates available.
There’re not many designs to choose from. What they offer looks generic and you can’t customize it in a proper way.
• Elements miscategorized.
If you want to find shapes it’s not that easy to do. All of their elements are categorized in a wrong way ...
Wake up people! Open up your eyes and stop listening to the unrealistic reviews about RocketSpark. Listen to what I got to say. I’ve been there and I know how it feels to be a RocketSpark user. First launching RocketSpark I noticed it was radically different from what I knew. It breaks the rules of what has become a standard website building platform. Bringing up a list of elements with Drag&Drop stuff isn’t about RocketSpark. Instead editing here is of “days gone by” format but it’s implemented well in this case. I didn’t drag anything ...
Yola is a super platform. It’s very intuitive. For example, when I hover the mouse over any element it displays a box to make edits. The edits done are divided into categories and are unique for any type of an element. Great! Sometimes it’s a bit annoying that a box appears whenever I move my cursor so I have to close it even if I wasn’t going to do edits. It’s easy to work with headings on Yola as well. I can choose from pre-made heading types or chose from a list of fonts. I LOVE ...
My major problem with ANY store building platform is making first steps. Sometimes I find it impossible to figure out exactly where things are. CMS’s are different with unique layouts (think of the dashboard by WordPress). Volusion was NOT an exception to me. Fortunately Volusion does have a bias towards an intuitive navigation. After they have upgraded the backend I found it easier to use their options. Now I understand what EXACTLY they offer for mid size eCommercial operations and what they offer for larger needs.
As I remember this builder did not have every single tool for marketing ...
OMG, Doodlekit was a nightmare! The poorest technology on Earth! I’m leaving you! Once and for all!
- It’s not Retina ready.
- Has poorly-planned newsletters.
- Lacks design from scratch option.
- Doesn’t support multi-lingual features.
- Restaurant menu is missing.
- No audio players.
- Doesn’t support podcasts.
- Awkward customization.
- No decent preview mode.
- Sidebars are non-customizable.
- Forms can’t be embedded into pages.
- No integration with popular commenting systems (Disqus or Facebook comments)
- Commenting moderation doesn’t seem to be working.
I’m so fed up with all of these! Can’t treat Doodlekit as a serious platform!
Kafafa isn’t the choice for a musician unfortunately. I compose my own music, interested in selling it and popularizing it. Using Kafafa I haven’t had anything helpful for my music.
Kafafa behaves strange when I upload audios, it doesn’t play them. Whether it’s WAVE or MP3 type Kafafa doesn’t recognize them, changing bit rate doesn’t make things much different.
Before I had discovered that I tried Kafafa’s contact form to help my customers with their inquires. I haven’t found what I expected. Yes, Kafafa has contact forms and adding them is a ...