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Random Website builders and domain names

Discussion in 'Chat' started by GGFan, Sep 23, 2016.

  1. GGFan

    GGFan Member

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    Does anyone here have any experience buying domain names and using website builders? If so, what would you personally recommend? I want to make a personal website, but don't want to break the bank while doing so.

    1&1 offers domain names for as low as $0.99 per year, which may be the cheapest deal. However, I would have to transfer my domain name onto a website builder (I can't build one from scratch, as I don't know coding languages), which I presume would cost money.
     
  2. Golden Gyarados

    Golden Gyarados Host Emeritus

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    I use Weebly (www.weebly.com) - the site creation tools are very intuitive but also allow a lot of creativity (in other words, you're not constrained to a few limited templates - you can choose to use their templates or you can build from scratch however you'd like ... or even mix and match by starting with their templates and tweaking). Basic hosting is free, and you get a weebly.com / whatever domain, but you can upgrade to a premium membership to get rid of the Weebly logo that shows up everywhere otherwise, and/or buy a "real" domain through them (like ggfan.com) for what I think is reasonable (if you buy a long term, like 2 years, it breaks down to like 5 bucks a month or something).
     

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