WebsiteSetup is a free resource site for creating websites. WebsiteSetup was founded in 2013 by Robert Mening. The main goal of this website is to provide step-by-step instructions for setting up a website, blog or e-commerce site.
Premium and lower plans do not have ecommerce features or third-party ad network support. With the business plan, you can use WooCommerce and third-party ad networks. However, you will still have to follow WordPress.com’s terms and conditions.
Not sure where to best ask this question…getting ready to set up website for my husband’s art (paints on palm fronds) and I believe we’ll go Squarespace. My question is: do any of these allow you to put your store on “inactive” status like when you’re on vacation for a week or two and can’t ship product? Thanks!
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The Help Feature on the editor was a nice surprise. It actually “detects” when Users may be having some difficulties so it will provide recommendations and tips on how to resolve certain issues. How cool is that!
I have 15 websites and all the ones in wordpress are at least twice as slow as ones in css or private system. I do like wordpress functionality though. Do you have any thoughts on this and could you recommend a good designer that could help? The websites is http://www.evercorelife.com. We still need to build it out though we have already built some pages though they aren’t visible yet.
We strongly recommend to watch the free training provided by ClickFunnels instead of trying to figure it out yourself. That will prevent you from wasting a lot of time, and will get you up and running with your funnel much faster.*
I’m mailing you a 255 page book, “DotComSecrets – The Underground Playbook For Growing Your Company Online” (that retails at $19.95) for FREE. Yes, this book is free, and all you pay is $7.95 anywhere in the world.
I have been using Wix and love the design flexibility and the available apps. Recently needed to add code for marketing automation and found out Wix does not support adding HTML. I went with weebly and it’s good enough, not as flexible on customizing design templates and no control over what site looks like on mobile, love the ability to edit mobile on Wix. I really like the Squarespace templates, but I can’t find any information about apps they have available for additional features on the site. Any insight?
Once it is set up, you can start adding content and there is a step by step training by Wealthy Affiliate to help you. You will find that WordPress is easy to use and learn, and it is completely adaptable to be used for any type of website.