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  • victorvictories
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    Originally posted by AppJetty View Post
    Look I can say is I have never used such builders I build it on my own as its easy to build it with CMS.Along with it if you have developed it on your own then customizing it is also too easy.
    Absolutely, website builders are more geared towards small projects and they are not flexible as compared to CMS.

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  • AppJetty
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    Look I can say is I have never used such builders I build it on my own as its easy to build it with CMS.Along with it if you have developed it on your own then customizing it is also too easy.

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  • victorvictories
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    Never used website builders to build sites as there is always Wordpress waiting for you

    These website builders are basically drag and drop and are developed so that people who are newbies to the website creation field.

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  • rickysmith
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    I never used any site builders before but perhaps you have to really pull at web style to use any of such solutions. Anyway, I like WordPress and Joomla much more.

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  • rickysmith
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    The CMS will give you more versatility than a website builder, with CMS like Joomla and Drupal etc, you'll get lot of segments and useful functions. On the other hand you can also try out using wordpress platforms as CMS because it's easy to make a website using WP.

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  • OliviaSanders
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    Re: Website builders

    I think, website builders are created for those, who doesn't have any knowledge about CMS and want to create a simple (static) website.

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  • MarkRK
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    Re: Website builders

    Try free websites builder like wix you will get better idea

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  • ebendrums
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    Re: Website builders

    It's very easy. You just basically drag and drop everything...like you would do on Facebook.

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  • Kenny Kristo
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    Re: Website builders

    If we are looking at having a web builder and there is really nothing better than GoDaddy because they are giving us cheap web builder that includes other exciting things like domain which could be.com or net plus they also have the starter email as the 3rd item in this all for just 12 USD, so really it’s wonderful offer with promo code “gotoffer3” enjoy it.

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  • Rock
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    Re: Website builders

    Originally posted by sarah25 View Post
    I also wonder about it. I never used a web page designer so I cannot evaluate both web page contractors and CMS. Is handling material using a web page designer is so simple as it is using a CMS?
    Hi Sarah,

    Building a website using a web site builder is much easier than using any CMS. The latter require a bit of knowledge on how the application works & is based on PHP/MySQL (or ASP .Net/MSSQL if based on Windows) for its working. A web site builder provides an interface wherein you can stitch the website using visuals/graphics & then preview it, edit it as necessary... I'd recommend using a web site builder for this purpose. We do also have a Build a Website plan which would be the best to start a website with..

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  • sarah25
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    Re: Website builders

    I also wonder about it. I never used a web page designer so I cannot evaluate both web page contractors and CMS. Is handling material using a web page designer is so simple as it is using a CMS?

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  • dhawan12
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    Re: Website builders

    When you look to create a web page, you will come across three types of web page contractors, (i) 100 % free web page contractors, (ii) paid web page contractors and (iii) web page building software. While 100 % free web page contractors seem the most affordable option, there are various negatives associated with it. When you create a web page using these, you upload information on their server for the web page. However, in future if you wish to shift the web page host, they don't allow you to move your uploaded information.

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  • mischayahd
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    Web site builders are applications running in your web hosting. I think CMS are different from it because they consist a lot of automated plugins which lets you customize your site easier.

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  • David Acer
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    Joomla is the best way to design a website even fresher also can easily make a website using it.

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  • Thomas564
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    Couple site Builders you asked about

    Hi GWilson
    To answer your question, there is a fairly big difference between Site builders and CMS such as Joomla and Drupal.

    Typically with CMS (ex. Joomla) you integrate them to an existing web site, however with Site Builders you basically build your site using the Site Builder itself and it is a all in one solution typically including the ability to fairly easily manage content.

    Every day a new Site Builder seems to roll out, but there is a big difference between most of them. For example Builders from Godaddy like WebSite Tonight or even Homestead are more old school, although they allow you to build a site ; they are very cookie cutter and I think most Site owners soon outgrow them. The new class of Site Builders however go beyond that using drag and drop functions and various Widget.
    I tried a bunch of them weebly and yola included. From my experience, the one I found the easiest to use and flexible where I have control over the themes and all content elements is the Easy WebContent Site Builder.

    They also have an HTML Editor worth checking out. It's meant for existing web site owners with HTML sites ; you can connect directly to your web pages and edit the content without integration of any CMS or special plug ins to install. You can do a trial on their site easywebcontent.com and check for your self.

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