Date of publication: 2017-08-28 09:55
I would like to make websites for small companies. I have tested both Wix and Weebly. With Wix there might be a problem. It seems it is not possible to add editors? Am I right or not? I have my own user name and password but it is not a good idea to share my own password, because then my potential customers could use my credit card information to upgrade their website (my creditcard informations are availeble in my acoount settings).
I don 8767 t think there are any tools that will host the data for you. But what you can do is set up contact forms and you can create options for your visitors to select which options they want (such as interests), then submit the form to you. But you 8767 d have to manually collect the data on a separate spreadsheet for tracking purposes.
We also have a comprehensive ecommerce builder comparison chart here that you might find helpful. Shopify and Bigcommerce are much more advanced online store builders. So the easier ones to use include Squarespace (our discussion here) or Weebly (our discussion here).
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If you can 8767 t find a specific template that 8767 s catered to what you 8767 re trying to do, try finding the closest one and get started with that one. One thing about Wix is that they are very flexible when it comes to design so you can re-arrange items on your pages by just dragging and dropping them wherever you want to. So in a way, you can create your own listing layout based on the design you have in mind.
All I want is a site to show and advertise my registered cats. There are many breeders on-line. I only need 8 or 9 pages with a place to post pictures
of kittens for sale, and a home page to show my basic information. I have a business card that I would like to put on the site. Thank so much for any
suggestions. I have a friend that uses GO Daddy but she seems to have a bit of trouble with them also. Pat J.
I am leaning toward Blue Host, using Weebly, and I like your reviews and comparisons, too, and I definitely need a drag and drop. As for my old site, the company that offered the soon to be defunct Trellix is going to migrate all paid customers to their soon completed site builder, so while my site was/is a pretty good revenue stream, I will just have to hope that they migrate with minimum problems.