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post #16 of 20
If you do use Wix, make sure you make an HTML5 site and not a Flash site. Flash is not the optimal choice for usability, compatibility with mobile devices, or SEO.
post #17 of 20

Like most site builders it does have its limitations. But as you can create a free site on moonfruit. Have a go and see how it feels.

 

As long as you have a direction in mind in where you want to go with it, you will soon learn how it works. They now support HTML5 (more accessible on ipads, mobiles etc) which is a huge plus. When you want to take the plunge and and upgrade from a free account to a full one the option is there. If you already have a domain registered it is easily transferred. You can also view a few of their built sites from the home page to get a clearer idea of how much scope there is when planning your site. Hope this helps.
 

post #18 of 20

I use Wix's HTML5.  It looks good across devices and internet services.  It can be slow at times.  

 

 

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Originally Posted by DeliciousDesserts View Post

I use wix. So easy! I do wish my contact form was more detailed, but otherwise I'm very happy. I built it in just a few hours and I was very inexpensive.

 

 I do not like their contact form either.  I used jotform to create a custom form for my customers and imbedded it into my wix site.  

There are times when I think I can help. Other times I think, given an already shallow gene pool, I am doing more for humanity by just letting go...

 

www.brendabakes.com

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There are times when I think I can help. Other times I think, given an already shallow gene pool, I am doing more for humanity by just letting go...

 

www.brendabakes.com

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post #19 of 20
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I've started working with Squarespace. So far it's going well. Sooooo much better and easier then Wordpress!! But anyone who says it only took them a couple of hours must live in a different universe then me.............cause it's taking me WAY more then that! It's a day just understanding the system then days adjusting your own work into your site.

 

I think it would be nice if we could keep things REAL and admit it takes a while to get a site up by yourself!

post #20 of 20

Webs.com is free and has premade templates etc. It's pretty easy to use and you can make changes easily.

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