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Overview

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WordPress is a website and blog creation and publishing platform with tools for aesthetic designing, visitor tracking, content...

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Weebly is a web design and website hosting tool which provides the tools to create websites, online stores, and blogs using...

  • Platforms supported
  • Web-based
  • iPhone app
  • Android app
  • Windows Phone app
  • Typical customers
  • Freelancers
  • Small businesses
  • Mid size businesses
  • Large enterprises
  • Customer support
  • Phone
  • Online
  • Knowledge base
  • Video tutorials
  • Platforms supported
  • Web-based
  • iPhone app
  • Android app
  • Windows Phone app
  • Typical customers
  • Freelancers
  • Small businesses
  • Mid size businesses
  • Large enterprises
  • Customer support
  • Phone
  • Online
  • Knowledge base
  • Video tutorials

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User reviews

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  • Features
  • Customer support
97%
would recommend this app

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  • Value for money
  • Ease of use
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94%
would recommend this app

Pros

I wanted to love WordPress. It has so many great features and integrations and its very affordable.
If you are a person who has many thoughts that you would like to publish or perhaps you like fashion and want to show that interest, then WorldPress is your best friend.
WordPress is really an amazing content management system, that allows you to build stunning and amazing websites within few hours.

Pros

I used weebly for couple of my projects and it was very good, the themes look awesome and my clients were satisfied with the sites i created for them using weebly, i recommend it.
I like how you get guided prompts as your start building because it helps set a structure to how your website will be like. Most of all, I appreciate how its paid plans are cheaper than other sites.
The customer support is very nice and everything is easy to use. I have used Weebly on and off for many years and was always generally happy with it.

Cons

As a result, I'm forced to disapprove and delete spam comments individually, and when you get hundreds of these kind of spam comments each week, you can imagine that it can be frustrating.
Wordpress is really limited in its features and functionalities. More than that, the support for customers is bad.
We've found ourselves stalled out badly with problems at times because a theme or plugin had terrible support.

Cons

I found it hard to go deeper when I was trying to optimise Weebly sites for SEO as you can't access some parts easily. Also, I struggled with the drag and drop, and undoing accidental movements.
Recent big frustration as we were considering upgrading and before anyone responded to our support inquiry, we were auto charged (ahead of the renewal date) for the existing plan.
Sometimes when I drag and drop a widget, it ends up halfway down the page in the wrong position, like the mouse is not calibrated or something, and this can only be fixed by doing a hard refresh.
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  • Last review5 days ago

Key features

  • Total features45
  • Access Controls/Permissions
  • Activity Dashboard
  • Anti Spam
  • Audio File Management
  • Auto Update
  • Automatic Backup
  • Built-In Database
  • CRM
  • Cataloging/Categorization
  • Collaboration Tools
  • Content Library
  • Content Management
  • Credit Card Processing
  • Customizable Branding
  • Customizable Forms
  • Customizable Templates
  • Customization
  • Data Import/Export
  • Demographic Data
  • Design Management
  • Discount Management
  • Document Classification
  • Document Management
  • Document Storage
  • Drag & Drop
  • Electronic Forms
  • Electronic Payments
  • Email Management
  • Email Marketing
  • Feedback Management
  • File Management
  • File Sharing
  • Full Text Search
  • Group Posting
  • Image Editing
  • Inventory Management
  • Inventory Tracking
  • Landing Pages/Web Forms
  • Lead Capture
  • Moderation
  • Multi-Channel Marketing
  • Multi-Language
  • Multi-Store
  • Multimedia Support
  • Online Booking Tools
  • Online Catalog
  • Online Store Builder
  • Order Management
  • Order Processing
  • Performance Metrics
  • Post Management
  • Pre-built Templates
  • Promotions Management
  • Real Time Notifications
  • Real Time Reporting
  • Reporting & Statistics
  • Reporting/Analytics
  • Returns Management
  • Reviews Management
  • SEO Management
  • SSL Security
  • Sales Tax Management
  • Search/Filter
  • Shopping Cart
  • Social Media Integration
  • Social Promotion
  • Subscription Management
  • Survey Builder
  • Templates
  • Text Editing
  • Third Party Integrations
  • Version Control
  • Video Streaming
  • Video Support
  • Visitor Tracking
  • Visual Analytics
  • WYSIWYG Editor
  • Website Management
  • eCommerce Management
  • Total features59
  • Access Controls/Permissions
  • Activity Dashboard
  • Anti Spam
  • Audio File Management
  • Auto Update
  • Automatic Backup
  • Built-In Database
  • CRM
  • Cataloging/Categorization
  • Collaboration Tools
  • Content Library
  • Content Management
  • Credit Card Processing
  • Customizable Branding
  • Customizable Forms
  • Customizable Templates
  • Customization
  • Data Import/Export
  • Demographic Data
  • Design Management
  • Discount Management
  • Document Classification
  • Document Management
  • Document Storage
  • Drag & Drop
  • Electronic Forms
  • Electronic Payments
  • Email Management
  • Email Marketing
  • Feedback Management
  • File Management
  • File Sharing
  • Full Text Search
  • Group Posting
  • Image Editing
  • Inventory Management
  • Inventory Tracking
  • Landing Pages/Web Forms
  • Lead Capture
  • Moderation
  • Multi-Channel Marketing
  • Multi-Language
  • Multi-Store
  • Multimedia Support
  • Online Booking Tools
  • Online Catalog
  • Online Store Builder
  • Order Management
  • Order Processing
  • Performance Metrics
  • Post Management
  • Pre-built Templates
  • Promotions Management
  • Real Time Notifications
  • Real Time Reporting
  • Reporting & Statistics
  • Reporting/Analytics
  • Returns Management
  • Reviews Management
  • SEO Management
  • SSL Security
  • Sales Tax Management
  • Search/Filter
  • Shopping Cart
  • Social Media Integration
  • Social Promotion
  • Subscription Management
  • Survey Builder
  • Templates
  • Text Editing
  • Third Party Integrations
  • Version Control
  • Video Streaming
  • Video Support
  • Visitor Tracking
  • Visual Analytics
  • WYSIWYG Editor
  • Website Management
  • eCommerce Management

Integrations

  • Total integrations983
  • ActiveCampaign
  • Authorize.net
  • BigCommerce
  • Facebook
  • Google Analytics
  • Magento Commerce
  • Mailchimp
  • PayPal
  • QuickBooks Online Advanced
  • Salesforce Sales Cloud
  • ShipStation
  • Shopify
  • Slack
  • Stripe
  • Twitter
  • WooCommerce
  • Wordpress
  • Xero
  • Zapier
  • Zendesk
  • Total integrations127
  • ActiveCampaign
  • Authorize.net
  • BigCommerce
  • Facebook
  • Google Analytics
  • Magento Commerce
  • Mailchimp
  • PayPal
  • QuickBooks Online Advanced
  • Salesforce Sales Cloud
  • ShipStation
  • Shopify
  • Slack
  • Stripe
  • Twitter
  • WooCommerce
  • Wordpress
  • Xero
  • Zapier
  • Zendesk

Security

  • Encryption of sensitive data at rest
  • HTTPS for all pages (web-based apps)
  • Reports/alerts for security breaches
  • Multifactor authentication options
  • Customer data removed upon service cancellation
  • Encryption of sensitive data at rest
  • HTTPS for all pages (web-based apps)
  • Reports/alerts for security breaches
  • Multifactor authentication options
  • Customer data removed upon service cancellation

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WordPress

Better out the box alternatives

Reviewed 3 years ago

Used it on a few business sites but have dumped it. Too much work to maintain.

Pros

Fairly customisable but this comes at a cost (see below)

Cons

Too complicated - Weebly and Squarespace are better for the average person.

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Review of WordPress. The Heartache and Triumphant Moments.

Reviewed 2 years ago

Wordpress has its ups and downs but Weebly is definitely better.

Pros

Wordpress has great prices. And there was a boom in interest in regards to Wordpress and SquareSpace. Wordpress also has a great timeline feature like Facebook has. That's an awesome add on. Some people can like your blog posts via the Wordpress Homepage.

Cons

Some tools are difficult to use on the site such as changing 'featured images' and more. There seems to be too many glitches. It's hard to increase font size too. And adding blocks can be difficult if you'd like to add them in specific areas.

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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WordPress

Very customizable

Reviewed 3 years ago

Wordpress sometimes seems geared more toward bloggers with a single page website.

Pros

I like how you can start from scratch with Wordpress. I also like being able to switch between the HTML and preview modes to see exactly what HTML changes look like.

Cons

I wish I could import all of my web data from a Weebly site into Wordpress.

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  • Likelihood to recommend3/10

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Outdated and clunky

Reviewed 3 years ago

I tried Wordpress for a year or so. I left for Weebly and have not looked back.

Pros

The final product looks good and feels solid.

Cons

So much! The interface is confusing and not intuitive. The number of choices is overwhelming. It is hard to make a website. I much prefer Weebly and a WYSIWG editor.

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Love this! It's way more sleek than Blogger, which I love!

Reviewed 3 years ago
Pros

I love the ease of use and all of its customizations. I've used Weebly and Blogger, and Wordpress blows them out of the water.

Cons

Nothing at all -- I love the ability to write HTML, which is in addition to the plethora of options we get for customizing sites.

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  • Likelihood to recommend5/10

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There are better options

Reviewed 2 years ago
Pros

Wordpress is good, if you like it. It is not for everyone. I prefer Weebly much more. Wordpress has very limited options for most people.

Cons

The user interface and dashboard is far more complicated than it needs to be.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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WordPress

Requires Experience and Training

Reviewed 2 years ago

It has taken up our web presence and allowed us to look more professional and create a better first impression.

Pros

I absolutely love the high-level professionalism that this platform brought to our website. We had to hire someone to come in and transfer from a basic website builder for dummies site (LOL) because you do need training and experience. It isn't super intuitive, but there are tons of youtube tutorials and web guides for those that want to learn enough to maintain it after the original build, which is helpful.

Cons

We did have to hire someone experienced, so it was an added expense vs using weebly or wix etc but well worth the original investment.

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Customizable Platform, but not uncomplicated

Reviewed 6 months ago

It allows me to have a killer website that is more custom than squarespace or weebly. Lots of developer and hosting options for the product.

Pros

Wordpress has millions of plugins and themes available. It makes it easy to have a polished website with a lot of customization to fit the needs of the business.

Cons

Because it is so customizable and highly reliant on underlying XML and CSS stylesheets, it can be cumbersome to edit static pages with built in editors. There are plugins for better WYSIWYG editors, but they are of varying functionality. Editing pages is not a task for beginners.

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Not the easiest, but still the best option

Reviewed 2 years ago

Overall it has been pretty good. We can make websites fast and rank high for SEO.

Pros

Wordpress is really the industry standard. It's what you use if you would like to have a powerful website with relative ease.

Cons

Unless you have some sort of theme builder on top of Wordpress, it can be hard to use. For newbies to website building, you should stick to Wix or Weebly.

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Good website builder

Reviewed 3 years ago
Pros

Wordpress is very versatile with a lot of third-party plugins available. You are able to customize almost every aspect.

Cons

The interface is exactly the most user-friendly or intuitive. If you are looking to just build a blog page with stunning skins, I would recommend weebly or wix instead.

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Free, easy blogging software

Reviewed 3 years ago
Pros

Easy and free way to get your ideas or thoughts out there. Simplistic blogging software accessible to anyone.

Cons

Formatting and software can be very cumbersome to use. Too many formatting options and not enough features make this product not as good as some of its competitors, i.e. Weebly and Wix.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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Great choice for bloggers and small businesses

Reviewed 2 years ago

WordPress allows just about anyone to create a beautiful, professional websites in little time, with no coding skills needed. It's a great option for non-programmers and more robust than a tool like Wix or Weebly.

Pros

I use WordPress to run all my sites and my clients' sites. I build websites using WordPress for small businesses, and consider it the best option available. It's simple to use and there are some great themes and builders, as well as loads of documentation available.

Cons

There's a lot of junk plugins and themes in the WordPress ecosystem. Since it's open source, hacks are common and security can be an issue if you don't take appropriate measures.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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WordPress

Best CMS on the market!

Reviewed 3 years ago

More importantly than anything else, it's allowed me to make a living for myself.

Pros

Lots and lots of pros. There's not a day that goes by where I don't use Wordpress. I use it to build almost any website that I can imagine and I'm not even someone who knows how to code. However, if you can code, you open up a whole new world of possibility. There are literally thousands of different plugins and themes, free and paid, that you can use to build your website. The WordPress community is probably the size of a small country and some of the best people around. Help is always just a search away.

Cons

Honestly, not too many but for beginners, it may be a bit difficult to figure out at the start. It's a bit more challenging to use compared to similar types of software like Wix or Weebly.

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  • Likelihood to recommend5/10

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Old faithful needs to keep up!

Reviewed 9 months ago

I've used WordPress in several occupations, and I always have trouble with it. If you're not a programmer or developer and looking to create a professional website, I'd opt for a different service like Weebly or Sqaurespace.

Pros

If you're good with coding, WordPress can be a really useful tool to help build a website that looks sleek and sexy.

Cons

I've always thought that the platform itself was confusing to use. It feels scattered and all over the place.

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Solid Site Builder

Reviewed 3 years ago

The real benefit of a WordPress site is its blogging features. It was very easy and straightforward to add, organize, and maintain a beautiful looking blog section.

Pros

WordPress used to be mainly a blogging site but they have expanded to create an excellent site builder. There are many useful features that allow you to easily share and save posts, tag and categorize your pages, and their themes are pretty aesthetically pleasing.

Cons

I tend to prefer drag-and-drop website builders such as Wix or Weebly. It tends to be more user friendly so Wix's builder makes it harder to visualize what your change is about to look like.

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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WordPress: clean and simple blogging

Reviewed 2 years ago

I've used WordPress in my organization and for my personal blog, and out of all the website creators I've used it's the most intuitive. It can have fewer options for free users than platforms like Weebly, but it behaves more consistently than those platforms overall.

Pros

- Extremely intuitive and easy to use - Accessible for all members of an organization - Highly configurable as an admin - SEO/AdWords integration

Cons

- Switching between writing posts in plaintext and HTML can be inconvenient - Relatively few customization options for free users

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  • Likelihood to recommend6/10

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Functionality is great; User-friendliness is awful.

Reviewed 3 years ago

Great product, really bad UX.

Pros

Ok. I'll give it to ya, wordpress, you do a nice job at what you say you'll do. You can build a killer-looking website. You are one of the pioneers of the website-building & blogging industry. Once learned, you do a solid job. But I have some issues....

Cons

You are SO incredibly counter-intuitive. Maybe my expectations were just tainted because I used Weebly before I used you. But trying to figure out Wordpress is like trying to decipher a new language. It works well once learned, but it is incredibly difficult to initially figure out.

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Great for Web Design

Reviewed 3 years ago

I've really enjoyed using WordPress!

Pros

This software has a lot of features, functionality, and themes.

Cons

The software is really great for those who know and understand web design. For someone who is not familiar, and is only looking to set up and maintain a simple website for their small business, I recommend them using another platform such as Squarespace, Weebly, Wix or GoDaddy.

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  • Likelihood to recommend9/10

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Blogging is still very much alive!

Reviewed 3 years ago

Wordpress is a full-featured website creation tool that is easy to setup, use, and manage. It has many beautiful free templates to start with and is very customizable and flexible for more advanced users and administrators. Wordpress is open-source and can be setup locally or via paid plan using *.com option.

Pros

I've been using Wordpress for two decades now. And still at it. Some of my blogs are monetized, some are just for plain blogging and sharing life's experiences (which I find very therapeutic and helpful to my audience). Wordpress is easy to setup, use, and maintain. For starters, there are many free templates available. It's easy to change the look and feel of your site any time. And, it is highly extensible and customizable to include widgets and other web elements into the site.

Cons

There are many other blogging platforms and CMS available out there. Blogger may offer easier integration and setup with Google (ads, and analytics). There are now many easy/easier to setup drag-and-drop website makers like Wix or Weebly. Wordpress, compared to these, may be much more difficult for beginners.

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Very Useful

Reviewed 2 years ago

Overall, WordPress is amazing when it comes to websites and blogs. I would choose it over any other and learning how to use it is worth it because of all of the advanced features you can use later on.

Pros

I like that there are so many advanced features that help you create your own website and blog. These are crucial when running a business. It is also popular so there are a lot of templates and plugins that can be used to quickly get set up and running. It feels like most of the effort is taken out and I can focus more on quality.

Cons

I think WordPress is relatively easy to use when building websites or adding to blogs, but it's not as easy as it could be compared to others I've used, such as Weebly. I was a little confused when starting out but following tutorials helped me become familiar with how everything worked.

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  • Likelihood to recommend8/10

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Perfect if you're familiar with web design and easy to learn if you're not

Reviewed 2 years ago
Pros

The design of WordPress is intuitive, even for those who aren't initially familiar with web design, making it very easy to pick up. It's also very helpful software in general, but not basic like Weebly or Wix. I feel that my web pages have a more sophisticated and professional look to them as a result.

Cons

The only issue I've had was logging in the first few times when my administrative log in wasn't saved. It wasn't immediately clear how I was supposed to log in without having the url readily available on a Word document.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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WordPress

Best CMS out there

Reviewed 4 months ago

I've migrated 3 non-WP sites to WP in my career and have been glad I did every time. I'm in marketing so one thing I love the most is how it just seems likes WP sites seem to rank better/faster in Google, likely due to the really customizable SEO features built in to WP and through plug-ins like Yoast.

Pros

WordPress does everything you need it to, and better than any one else. And, with the plug-and-play nature of the integrations in Wordpress, if it doesn't do something standard out of the box, you can find a plug-in that does. Love the new visual drag-and-drop builder (Divi) as well!

Cons

If you're not a developer (or have a solid coding understanding) it can be a little trickier to get started than other things like Squarespace or Weebly. But WP is so huge that there's a video with an answer to just about any question you could have on YouTube just a click away!

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  • Likelihood to recommend7/10

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Simple Enough

Reviewed a year ago

Overall, I'm satisfied with using this for church website posts and updates. I like that the Media Library allows one to store documents and picture files for future use.

Pros

I appreciate that it's fairly simple to use the dashboard feature to edit pages for one's website usage. We use this product for our church website and, while I found it a bit tricky at first to add graphics from the Media Library, once I got the hang of it, it was fairly aimple compared to Weebly or other website bases.

Cons

Some of the icons were a bit confusing and not all of them had a word explaining what the icon meant when you hovered over the picture. I learned a lot by trial and error.

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  • Likelihood to recommend10/10

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The Granddaddy of DIY Web Design Platforms

Reviewed 2 years ago

Once I got the hand of using WordPress it became an addiction. I've built many websites but never have I built a website as precise and broad in scope as my WordPress website.

Pros

Although it took me several weeks to really get proficient at using WordPress, once I got the hang of it I flew with it. With WordPress a designer can make anything from a simple blog to a major web site. With each upgrade WordPress gets easier and easier to use. There are multiple plugins for just about an need. So not only is one able to do just about any task, but odds are you'll be able to choose from multiple plugins to accomplish that task, being able to choose the plugin that works best for you. WordPress in unique in that you can build an absolutely customized website without any code if you so wish. And, like I mentioned, although there is a learning curve, once you get the hang of it, WordPress runs the risk of becoming an addiction.

Cons

Unlike Wix, Site123, Weebly, and other all-in-one, one-stop-shop website building platforms, WordPress has (a) had a considerable learning curve until I was able to use it proficiently; (b) WordPress is not an all-in-one platform. Although there are many plugins to choose from, plugins are independent entities, often costing considerable investment beyond the basic investment of hosting.

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  • Likelihood to recommend6/10

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Free Web Site Creation Tool needed for college assignment

Reviewed 2 years ago

My experience with WordPress was for a college course I took. I used the free trial version. It worked well for my purposes and I was able to do everything I needed. Create pages, embed content, have discussions, link to external etc. There was a small learning curve, mainly because I had never used a website creation tool before. This is a solid option to try. If you are currently looking and can't decide, definitely put this on your list of companies to check out.

Pros

There are many great website creation tools out there, from the bare bones and simple to the complex and feature rich. Many are free, and some offer even more functionality for a little extra cost. I opted to try WordPress for one of my college assignments and it worked (with limitations) out well for me.

Cons

As part of the assignment, I had to create some specific google docs and also some additional external content through Articulate Storyline. WordPress can have issues embedding external content, so be careful if you have to embed a lot. Some other students opted to use Weebly and Wix for their assignments and it seemed to go much smoother than my experience.

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  • Likelihood to recommend5/10

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Weebly

Word Press Looks More Professional

Reviewed 2 years ago

Weebly is a great tool for people who have basic web design needs and no experience.

Pros

Weebly is really easy to use, especially if you don't have a clue about HTML, JavaScript, or graphic design. It's relatively intuitive and allows users with zero experience to create a basic website. It offers everything needed for a standard site -- the ability to customize text appearance and page layout, the ability to insert graphics, the ability to include code for PayPal buttons, the ability to set up a store, etc. Even if you've never built a website before, you can create something functional in an hour or so -- two hours if you want something that goes beyond basic. It's a handy tool that allows you to cut costs by building your own site instead of hiring a web designer. It also creates both a desktop and mobile version, which is nice.

Cons

I've built one website with Weebly and one with WordPress, and the WordPress site looks more professional and modern. WordPress is more difficult to use, but the overall results are better. User experience is better on the WordPress website as well. In the end, it comes down to comfort level -- if this is your first time building a site, use Weebly. If you have experience, use WordPress.

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  • Likelihood to recommend6/10

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Weebly is less complicated than WordPress but has less features and flexibility

Reviewed a year ago

Overall I have a tough time when I need to edit HTML on Weebly or do something complex with the website. Fortunately my site's are WordPress and I only need to get into Weebly when a client uses it.

Pros

For people who are new to web publishing, Weebly might be a good fit. You won't get lost in the back end and updating content is easy.

Cons

Compared to other content management systems you can't add as many features to your website. WordPress' plugin gallery makes WordPress a superior product.

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  • Likelihood to recommend5/10

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Weebly

Tried it for personal use

Reviewed 2 years ago

Neutral but would recommend it to a beginner

Pros

Used weebly to make our wedding website, it turned out okay for someone with no coding experience. Generally easy to use

Cons

Limited features compared to WordPress site with plugins

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  • Likelihood to recommend6/10

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