Best Drag and Drop website builder software?

Bryan McClure

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Hi everyone,
I'm looking for a reliable Drag and Drop website builder software builder based on Bootstrap or Foundation with attractive themes.
So far I found Jimdo website builder and I am considering it, but maybe there are any other tools worth trying out.
Thanks!
 

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Hello there,

have you heard about "Pingendo"? It features a super simple drag and drop interface, with a rich library of prebuilt elements that lets you create web pages with ease. I like that is free and really simple to use. Grid layouts can be created in minutes. With responsive design you can create a fluid web page working on all devices with the Bootstrap 4 grid system. You can customize everything with ease. It is essentially free to use, if you like it you can buy a one time license I think, no monthly subscriptions. Overall in my opinion it is worth looking into it.

Hope this helps a bit!
 
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Hi Bryan. You may want to check out Wix.com which allows users to create web sites and mobile sites in HTML5 format through the use of online drag and drop tools. You just need to sign up and choose the best plan that fits you.

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After signing up, they will provide everything you need for a complete website such as an editor, web space and a domain name. It's very easy! I was just looking for a landing page and I urgently need it so I ended up using Wix.

Based on my overall experience, it's worth my money and I got a proper .com domain by purchasing a premium plan. You really should consider Wix and they received good reviews and ratings so far. Good luck, mate. Cheers!
 
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I tried Wix and it loads slowly on my ends, although it is free but you need to upgrade your account to use premium features there and that costs more. Wix is easy to use for newbies but it is hard to control to do what you want on it. I would recommend Wordpress, a great cms platform with professional themes and plugins. And of course, Wordpress has more tools that allowing you to create your own websites by dragging and dropping.
 
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