Sunday, August 2, 2009

Views About Homestead Websites

I have been using Intuit’s website builder for several years to build my sites with. So, how easy is the program to use? After reading this, you will see how user-friendly the web builder really is. These are just a few of my views.

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Point Click and Drag
The SiteBuilder can be referred to as a point. Click and drag system that is very easy to use. Inside the program there are drop-down menus that have many options to choose from. Once you’ve select an item, it appears on the screen.

If it is a text box, then it is just a matter of entering your text information. The boxes are movable by clicking on the left mouse over the object and holding the button down.

If you want to add a picture, then you can either browse your computer or upload one from the photo library. There are thousands of selections inside the homestead website builder.

Let me just say that I have tried many other web builders and non have been as easy to use as this one. They advertise that you can build a website in just minutes and that really is true, if you have all of your text already written.

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Among the many easy to use features you will discover that audio mp3s and Youtube videos can be added rather easily.

If you can copy and paste, then you shouldn’t have any problems with the Homestead websites builder.

You will find that there are many templates to choose from for many businesses and hobbies. If you would like to design your own web site from a blank page you can do that as well.

There are many packages to choose from for various budgets. You can purchase your domains and get domain privacy as well.

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Everything you need is included in your Homestead account to get you started off in the right direction.



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