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    • 40 posts
    July 24, 2013 4:36 AM EDT

    Apart form the solutions that were shared by fellow  members, there are various other free website builder available too which allow small business owners to create a professional website. I recently used http://www.webstarttoday.com & found extremely easy & comfortable to use. it also offers a lot of features like attractive designs, ready content, uploading of images & videos, photo gallery, SEO, hosting, domain name purchase etc.

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    • 13 posts
    July 25, 2008 4:10 PM EDT
    Point and Click, Drop and Drag! This website building software is about to allow everyone to build extremely feature rich websites like never before.
     
    I bought it and can honestly say that there has never been anything like this ever sold at any price! This is less than $200 bucks, with no renewals, update or hosting fee`s ever. Buy it once and it`s your forever.
     
    I think you`ll like  xsitepro2.com it has it all, Believe it!
     
     

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    • 13 posts
    August 14, 2008 4:31 PM EDT
    These guys have made detailed website Design and Construction as easy as point and click, Drop and Drag! For less than $200 bucks. My tech partner and I build websites the old fashioned way (Code) we we`re wondering who would eventually make it so that everyone could do it themselves. These folks have done it: http://www.xsitepro.com/index_r.html?p=DanAuito&w=home

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    • 23 posts
    March 11, 2013 8:42 PM EDT

    Nowadays there are lot of service providers have predesigned professional web templates.If you need cheap and reliable one try Google search.In the same way i found this site Tucktail.com  Here i bought web template service.It's includes quick navigation and drag-and-drop functionality.They provided good technical support.I like their services.

    • 731 posts
    July 13, 2008 7:06 PM EDT
    Yes I agree with Nikole,
    Zen Cart is the way to go. Or if you don`t like it go with Os Commerce, or Magento shopping Cart.
    Where you been Nikole? Nice to have you back..

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    • 90 posts
    August 11, 2008 8:46 PM EDT
    Hi Greg,
    It`s kinda blatant, but I can recommend my studio. My link is in the signature.

    As far as free software, I would recommend Magentocommerce.com

    • 90 posts
    August 15, 2008 4:46 AM EDT
    Hey Dan, link that you gave has a referral code, no wonder you`re raving about this web site which by the way looks like piece of sh!t. If this is as much design you can get using this site, then it`s not worth the $200 you spend.  
    • 8 posts
    July 11, 2008 2:05 PM EDT
    I`m in search of a good Website Builder. I need either a service or software that will allow me to build and maintain an e-commerce site. Looking for something that will allow me to import my own template, apps (ie shopping carts, blogs etc) and is fairly easy to use. I am tech savvy, just been out of the game awhile and from the looks of things building a  website is not just html anymore. Does anyone have a recommendation?
     
    Thanks
    Greg
    • 8 posts
    July 15, 2008 8:59 AM EDT
    Thanks, I always thought Zen Cart was just a shopping cart application.
    • 8 posts
    July 23, 2008 1:03 PM EDT
    Thanks for the replies. It looks like I will be going with Zen Cart.
     
     
    • 8 posts
    July 31, 2008 3:31 PM EDT
    Shopify looks good. Seem a little easier to use then zen cart.
     
    Could someone clarify something. Zen Cart and Shopify are shopping cart applications, correct? Xsitepro is a website builder.  I need to create a website with blogs, forums and pics and incorporate that with the products I will be selling. I am a bit confused as to if I can build such a website through these shopping carts apps or do I need to build the site seperatelty and add the shopping cart when uploading to the host. Note: the web design will be all custom templates that I have created, I will not be using standarized templates.
     
    As I browse thought these shopping cart website it looks like you can create a website from them, but I am thinking that thier might be limitations on what you can do.
    • 4 posts
    March 31, 2009 10:49 PM EDT
    I vote for symfony framework.
    johnpatric4/1/2009 4:45 AM

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    • 2 posts
    March 24, 2009 12:24 AM EDT
    http://www.zeuscart.com is an open source and licensed under Free GPL. It`s very flexible and easy to use.
  • July 23, 2008 7:12 AM EDT
    I have to agree on Zen Cart. I have referred it to a lot of my clients.

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    • 72 posts
    July 15, 2008 1:04 PM EDT
    Nikole`s business is web development.  If she says use it, use it.
     
    I use Website Wizard for all my sites.  Hate goDaddy`s website tonite but do have it for a couple of projects.  User hostile. So was/is Ipowerweb.   But these are turnkey sites, everything`s included.  Not for true designers.
     
    Input from someone who has enough hard earned knowledge to be dangerous.

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    Dale
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    • 139 posts
    March 12, 2013 12:22 AM EDT

    You can be use CMS like wordpress or other, you can be developed any type website easily with the help of cms .

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    • 10 posts
    December 2, 2011 1:29 AM EST

    I use Website Wizard for all my sites.  Hate goDaddy`s website tonite but do have it for a couple of projects.  User hostile.

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    • 747 posts
    July 23, 2008 8:16 AM EDT
     "I need either a service or software that will allow me to build and maintain an e-commerce site."
     
    I`d also recommend Zen Cart for your ecommerce needs.
     
    Zen Cart is not a "website builder", but certainly can be modified to the look you desire.
     
    ~Roland
    vwebworld7/23/2008 7:07 PM

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    • 29 posts
    April 27, 2011 6:09 PM EDT

    hi

    i build my website here

    http://www.tucktail.com/

    they use standard design templates to design the sites.