I have an article on how to build a website and sort of go off on Wix, Weebly etc… funny I found softwares freedownload this article and point to it for backup lol. The users of my website will also be from non-English speaking countries so I need a multilingual website.
The problems the author cites are user failures, not problems with Wix. He’s saying non-devs don’t know how to optimize Wix, not that Wix can’t be optimized. Wix is fine, it’s your content and back end that will make or break your website. Some websites are there to show that the company is a real, professional enterprise, and it ~must~ look right in order to convey that.
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With my other hosting providers nothing was too much trouble, support via email or phone, and they sorted out any problems mostly due to my inexperience so quickly. WordPress is cheap, its flexible, there’s a ton of support online and free plugins for loads of things, even e commerce. With Wix, if there’s something you need your website to do that it doesn’t support tough luck. Or pay to upgrade your plan to an e commerce plan if find you need a shop. Actually this article makes little sense at all.
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- But currently, most websites are responsive HTML5 based, and CSS is the skin of a website.
- Generally, using a web design app like Dreamweaver is fine.
- Typography is a significant aspect of all modern websites, as it offers both aesthetics and functionality to their visitors.
When I changed hosting provider for my wordpress site, it was done quickly and easily for free by the hosting company with no issues. Can’t talk on the phone, they point you to online help articles.
The google ranking consideration is frankly not a big deal, or not so big a deal that it would move me in one architecture direction or another. There’s a lot of great plugins, and a lot of poor ones.
They all do things differently so learning one doesn’t mean you can work with another one. The documentation is written by people who don’t know how to write documentation. There is a lot of ‘assumed knowledge’ that they leave out and are not consistent with terminology. Half the time these ‘eazy website creators’ only work properly if you use the template exactly and make no customizations. Wix is horrible and will always be and I am a professional web developer.
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Stick with the major ones and you’re usually OK. Webflow is a platform that gets good reviews – still all contained on their platform though. I really hate where the web has gone in the last 10 years. There are so many frameworks out there, all of them claiming to be the best and they all lie.