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    Which is a good free online website builder?

    Which is a good free online website builder? I have searched some like wix, weebly, and webs, but they don't allow HTML editing.

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    Re: Which is a good free online website builder?

    depends on what you need. E-shop, forum, dating site (wink). I've heard a lot about one tool that i cannot recall right now but is not Joomla or wordpress or drupal. Maybe magento but not sure. Anyhow...
    Slow as hell.

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    Re: Which is a good free online website builder?

    any other advice?

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    Re: Which is a good free online website builder?

    I personally cannot think of any free HTML site builders mostly because these companies dont want to give away free hosting. By forcing you to use their site builder they can sneak in ads to pay for what they are giving you for free.

    You're best off getting a reliable host. You can find them as cheap as $5/month

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    Re: Which is a good free online website builder?

    Quote Originally Posted by dclamp View Post
    I personally cannot think of any free HTML site builders mostly because these companies dont want to give away free hosting. By forcing you to use their site builder they can sneak in ads to pay for what they are giving you for free.
    I think there are a few but they only offer the basics such as html, php, limited storage, etc.

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    Which is a good free online website builder? I have searched some like wix, weebly, and webs, but they don't allow HTML editing.
    What do you mean? From what I remember 000 hosting allowed editing of html.
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    Re: Which is a good free online website builder?

    Apparently what ever site you suggested is not allowed on VBF

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    Re: Which is a good free online website builder?

    I have my own hosting, as you were so polite, will give you my services for only 100$ per month ( :/ )
    Slow as hell.

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    Re: Which is a good free online website builder?

    I will beat that. $99/month

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    Re: Which is a good free online website builder?

    Quote Originally Posted by dclamp View Post
    Apparently what ever site you suggested is not allowed on VBF
    Yes, I found that but I am sure if johnxiv googles the words 000 hosting he will find the site I am referring to.
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    Re: Which is a good free online website builder?

    Quote Originally Posted by dclamp View Post
    I will beat that. $99/month
    Final offer 95$ per month and a sapator voodoo doll!
    Slow as hell.

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    Re: Which is a good free online website builder?

    Quote Originally Posted by sapator View Post
    Final offer 95$ per month and a sapator voodoo doll!
    I will take that offer.

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    Re: Which is a good free online website builder?

    Admin caution:
    This thread is asking to get spammed with hosting and tool vendors. If that starts happening, the thread will be closed and removed. It needs to focus on the -free- aspect.

    There are two things being discussed here. One is HTML Builders - which I consider more of a tool. The other is hosting, which is where you put that web site after it is built. There are a lot of good, free tools such as Visual Studio Express for Web, and Intel's XDK.

    For hosting, what was stated is generally correct - if you want free, then you are going to get limited functionality and you are likely to get ads added to your pages by the host.

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    Re: Which is a good free online website builder?

    Quote Originally Posted by brad jones View Post
    For hosting, what was stated is generally correct - if you want free, then you are going to get limited functionality and you are likely to get ads added to your pages by the host.
    Although, the original poster states "website builder" in the title and his initial post with no mention of hosting.
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    Re: Which is a good free online website builder?

    I personally cannot think of any 100 % free HTML website contractors mostly because these companies don't want to give away 100 % free hosting. By pushing you to use their website designer they can put up ads to pay for what they are giving you 100 % free services.
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