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  Post #31 (permalink)   06-08-2017, 08:22 AM
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Personally I like the flexibility WordPress offering to us now days, very good and wide range of plug-ins, fast and easy to learn. That's at least my personal opinion.
Wordpress is a Content Management System and NOT a sitebuilder
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Wordpress is a Content Management System and NOT a sitebuilder
I am sorry, I forgot to mention, yes - in order for it to play a role of a solid, friendly site builder, you have to use site-builder module, some are free and very easy to use. I know, since I have personally tried those my self. Frankly speaking, while it's bit less friendly, even without special plugin/module, WordPress could be a great sitebuilder, since it really is allows you to build a complete web site, without coding knowledge and using wide range of free themes available for it. So while WordPress it self is not officially a sitebuilder product, it does allow you to accomplish what potentially sidebuilder would allow you to.

If you are looking for standalone site builder, not part of a CMS system (aka wordpress), i did really like this solution:
https://www.weebly.com

Many of their basic features are free to use, if you agree to go ahead with a sponsorship banner at the bottom of your web site.

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I feel like RVSiteBuilder is outdated in terms of features and design. My vote goes to Site.Pro.
 
 
 


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I have used WIX and I feel Its pretty good. Do give it a try, it is very user friendly.
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Not sure about the best but we use RVSiteBuilder as we are used to it.
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Anyone tried Weebly? I always wondered if its any good.
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