Why aren’t website builders so great?
When we take on new clients, often times they hand over DIY projects and websites to us to continue working on. While we are all for taking responsibility into your hands and trying out the DIY route, we often have to explain to our clients why sometimes DIY website builders aren’t the greatest things. Sure, if you need a basic web presence and need a decent easy-to-use and easy-to-make website in a pinch, we applaud your effort of using a web builder online. Still, understanding some of the shortcomings of these website builders can help you make a more informed decision over whether or not you should pay for a website. This blog post is dated November 10th, 2017. All information is up to this date only. These website builders are subject to change, and can add or remove features at their own discretion with or without notification. Weebly Weebly is by far the best website builder we usually come across. It’s easy to use, has a lot of features to keep your website aligned, responsive, and looking decent. But with all drag-and-drop website builders, it does have its shortcomings. What we like about Weebly If you have any knowledge of CSS and HTML, you can really get into the nitty gritty of your site. There are options to edit the HTML and CSS directly which is great for really getting in there. The pages are strictly HTML. Not that there’s anything wrong with PHP but… HTML only is fantastic…Read More