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Not everybody is passive in the language of code, and that's where website builders come in. Many of the out there have the "drag and drop," allowing you to create a smooth design and pages for the website. What's the best website builder for those inexperienced individuals who don't understand HTML, CSS, or PHP? Wix is a good starting option.
 

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One of the easiest website builders I know of is self hosted WordPress.

The drag-and-drop features are just suitable for anyone with zero technical know-how.

It also depends on want you really want to do with your website in the long run, and how much you can afford to spend.
 
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I am not a fan of using website builder, however, I am also not a programmer. I use content management system to build website. My favorite is wordpress. You do not need programing skills to use wordpress. You can create stunning website with wordpress by using themes and plugins.
 

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go daddy is the best
GoDaddy is mostly a domain name registration company, and Wix offers easy to use website creation tools. When looking strictly at the hosting services, Wix has a more reliable environment, better pricing, more features, and superior customer support. Users of each company rank Wix better as well.
 

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I am yet to try any website builders, however, based on the reviews I have read, I think wix is a good option. I guess weebly is also great. However, when I am ready with my first website, I will use wordpress.
 
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As for me, I like WordPress pretty much than any other site builder out there. The reason is that WordPress is an open source and can work with lots of templates and theme. There are various plugins that work perfectly with WordPress. Websites site is also easy to clone and used for another website.
 

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Concerning the best website builders that are available. I have heard of wix am really checked through it. We have wordpress which I think it is the most website builder people really use the most it is easier to use and understand, it has nice template, it is user friendly
 

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As for me, I like WordPress pretty much than any other site builder out there. The reason is that WordPress is an open source and can work with lots of templates and theme. There are various plugins that work perfectly with WordPress. Websites site is also easy to clone and used for another website.
I also like wordpress. Instead of using website builder, I like using wordpress. It is free and you can create any kind of websites with wordpress. You don't need coding skills to use wordpress. Website builder costs money.
 

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Drag and drop builders are quite reliable but the best two would be WordPress and wix. WordPress is highly recommended because most hosting services support WordPress sites. Wix on the other hand is so easy to use because of its a.i driven creator
 

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Not everybody is passive in the language of code, and that's where website builders come in. Many of the out there have the "drag and drop," allowing you to create a smooth design and pages for the website. What's the best website builder for those inexperienced individuals who don't understand HTML, CSS, or PHP? Wix is a good starting option.
 

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Best All-Around Website Builder. Ideal for Small Businesses. Great Design Assistance. Made for Simple Websites. Perfect for Blogging. Small Online Store Builder.Great Mobile Editor. Webflow.Bluefish.Atom Text Editor.
 

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Yes, almost all website builders offer free plans and that’s not to say you shouldn’t use them. Many of the best ones on the market offer free plans as a starter. Pretty much all website builders, in general, offer a free plan in order to acquire new business. It’s a great marketing strategy for them. It works, and drives millions of signups. After all, who wouldn’t want something for free?

Even HostGator offers a free plan with their new website builder. So, why this post against free website builders?

The problem with most free website builders is that while they are a great starting place, they’re typically inadequate for fully building out a professional website.

In most cases, you’ll sign up and invest a lot of time and effort building your free site, only to find the result to be inadequate. At this point, you will either have to upgrade or switch to a new service and repeat the process all over again. Either way, you’ve caused yourself a lot of undue frustration.

This is one of many ways HostGator’s builder is different. They offer a free plan like everyone else, but once you decide you want to unlock additional features, it’s a seamless upgrade and all of your previous work is saved. HostGator didn’t want to come out with just another website builder. Instead they sought to improve upon what was already out there.

In reality, a business cannot—and in my opinion, should not—offer you a service for completely free. Everyone needs compensation for offering a service.
 

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I do not even know about that which is best. But in my thinkings, there are some sites which I heard before, like Go daddy, and wix too. But wix is fine comparatively. So go daddy has not effective feature like wix. This was from my side, but i just knew about this so far.
 

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Wix has been at the front run of the web designer industry for a long while, continually advancing. In that capacity, it has perhaps the most component filled site developers around, and it shows.

Wix additionally has one of the better free plans around, as it awards you admittance to pretty much every component free of charge, with a couple of eminent exemptions, for example, web based business.
 

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Drag and drop builders are quite reliable but the best two would be WordPress and wix. WordPress is highly recommended because most hosting services support WordPress sites. Wix on the other hand is so easy to use because of its a.i driven creator
 

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I would suggest Wix because it's user friendly and a.i driven, a website could be made using Wix in minutes, wordpress is also recommended because of its vast support from hosting sites
 

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Here is a list of some best website builder and what they're good at.
Wix – Best All-Around Website Builder.
Weebly – Ideal for Small Businesses.
SITE123 – Great Design Assistance.
Strikingly – Made for Simple Websites.
WordPress – Perfect for Blogging
Godaddy - best for fast set up.
However I'll recommend six and wordpress to anyone as the best so far I've seen.
 

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I am not a fan of using website builder, however, I am also not a programmer. I use content management system to build website. My favorite is wordpress. You can create stunning website using the themes you don't need programming skills.
 

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Not everybody is passive in the language of code, and that's where website builders come in. Many of the out there have the "drag and drop," allowing you to create a smooth design and pages for the website. What's the best website builder for those inexperienced individuals who don't understand HTML, CSS, or PHP? Wix is a good starting option.
The best website builder I can prescribe is HTML, I always prefer the builder because it gives you opportunity to know whenever the language or coding is not correctly written. I also like those who consider PHP as well, but my best option is HTML.
 

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I think dreamweaver for building your website may not be that far off if someone didn't know how. If someone did not know anything about building a website possibly dream weaver. Microsoft Frontpage is another option for people. It's basically a WYSIWYG editor and that's really what you want to search in google is do a quick search of "WYSIWYG HTML site builders" and a huge list should come up.
 
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