The name of the Zyro.com site has a hidden meaning. Zyro.com means zero confidence.
I have a negative experience with this company.
I registered the domain name through them, but after some time it stopped working and went into hold state without any messages and warnings.
Be careful. Extremely Doubtful Company and unstable service.
I’ve done my best to complete a website by Zyro. I won’t lie, I’ve come to a pretty simple, standard looking product with a few features… but it cost me so many days and sleepless nights. It’s just because Zyro isn’t organized at all!!! Many of its features turned out to be misleading ending up to offer absolutely unexpected services. This is one of the reasons why it took me a lot of time to complete my website. Things didn’t get any better when I tried to apply one of their so-called social media widgets. I thought it would give me one of those opportunities to get more visitors owing to sharing… no, I was misled. Sharing didn’t even work, even if someone used this button the link to my website wasn’t shown on social media. I even tried to copy the URL of my website and paste it into my Facebook post but such a link was considered as potentially dangerous! I don’t have any software or any illegal content on my website… It’s something wrong with Zyro. Since this website is treated as an unreliable source and I can’t post it anywhere I’m absolutely upset.
I’ve learnt HTML, CSS, examined Dreamveawer and tons of editors, Zyro is one of them. Actually I didn’t have any general problems with customization, use of the platform or settings up, no, it all was pretty the same as with other editors. I’d say I liked it all and had no troubles. Zyro lost a serious number of my personal points because of particular mistakes which made me puzzled. I don’t think it’s that easy to break out of the pre-made templates, they restrict design options and any website based on Zyro looks quite the same. It’s not an issue, it’s still a significant drawback though. Well, getting back to PROBLEMS I had a «Form configuration error» and I couldn’t handle it. One of their templates had such a mistake and I had to choose another one to resolve it, too inconvenient. The order list wasn’t anywhere, couldn’t find it. I still have a few good words about Zyro’s hosting. It was simple for me to obtain a custom URL name to be used. When I bought one of the plans I received a lot of email accounts with unlimited storage. Bandwidth was of no exception.
Epic fails live not on YouTube only, they’re far and wide on the platforms for building sites. One of such DIY losers is Zyro. Believe me or not you’ll see how absurd and awkward such services can be. I own a shop, naturally I want it to grow large! Registered it on Zyro and saw that its template was unstable, inconsistent and unreliable. It never supported any mobile adaptation, the full version of my shop was shown to mobile users. Well it wasn’t shown in fact, it took hours to load, made me and my buyers irritated. The menu of my shop didn’t have proper drop down functions. I had a structure like this Clothes – Shirts – T-Shirts – Trousers and so on. When Shirts was clicked it didn’t always show other sub categories, sometimes it did but I can’t rely on pure luck when making money! My logo used to travel all over the screen. Sometimes it could be found on the left side, sometimes on the right or even at the bottom. Good God it didn’t change its size! Position tag was something Zyro has never heard about, its elements always cover each other turning my shop’s site into such an uncontrolled chaos that I just let the things rip. Forgot about Zyro!
Zyro is anything but a building platform. It comes with various functions and options, none of them match the competition. Even though Zyro is feature rich it doesn’t bother about taking a deep insight into WHAT the users need. Neither do they take at least a minute to speculate on ease of use. Zyro is so complicated that I felt like the astronaut first testing a spaceship. Try and luck method is the best way to succeed on Zyro. I don’t know how else to call it all. With that all of these complications are pointless, Zyro doesn’t provide any DEEP customization. It gives general tools absolutely inappropriate for any specific business. As a result Zyro is the worst option for a businessman who tries to build a really interesting website with pages, products, links and much more. It’s ill-suited even for bloggers. No e-retailing or marketing options are considered as available. Building full eCommerce functionality on Zyro is the dream too unrealistic. A five-pager for a portfolio is all Zyro can get you, forget about sophisticated ideas. Those who plot on using a code to add something interesting damp your ardour. On this building platform the source code isn’t opened up, applying custom CSS is impossible as a result. If this is the way a modern builder should be I’m hiring a coder.
Had a chance to test Zyro not that long ago. Got interested, stayed with it. Zyro is the demonstration of my own skills. I’m a hairdresser, show what I can do by the means of Zyro. Its impressive features are complex. Could be easier to use nevertheless. Navigation get messy sometimes, need time to find my way. Starting with a template, following building process is not a big deal though. Templates are pretty, didn’t have a desire to change any of them. Drag-and-drop features don’t make things worse. Liked them in work. Some of the functions are “hidden”, require time to discover them. SEO options are advanced. Enjoyed them. They’re very detailed. Having an account on Zyro includes far more services. These are: · Domains · Email accounts · Back ups · Hosting plans and more On Zyro I could choose a server. That’s something new. Widgets are available on Zyro. A lot of freedom implies presence of a grid. Turning it on is a matter of few clicks. The builder left me with a generally positive impression. Well-structured, intuitive and flexible.
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