How To Design A Website Without Coding.

You don’t need to be a programmer to build a website. Coding a site from scratch takes time, which you might not have to spare if you’re running a small business or trying to get a website off the ground. There are plenty of “website builders” out there offering ways for anybody to craft their website. Here are some of the best. website builders.

Wix: Free and easy to use

Wix is a popular site builder, sporting a simple interface, great templates, and smooth websites. They have a free version with limited storage space and bandwidth, and you can unlock more with their “Unlimited” plan for $14 per month.

The free plan does come at a cost—Wix will brand your site’s footer with a “Made by Wix” advert and give you a Wix domain like “yourdomain.wix.com.” You also can’t use it (or the “Unlimited” plan) for an online store unless you also pay for their e-commerce plan, which starts at $20 a month.

Weebly: Built for E-Commerce

Weebly’s free plan has many of the same features as Wix, but their paid plans are cheaper and offer a few different features. With their $8 per month “Starter” plan, you’ll get a free domain, a $100 Google Ads voucher to advertise for your website, and some basic e-commerce features.

However, everything except the $25 “Business” plan will charge a 3% fee for items sold on the site, redirect to Weebly to handle checkout, and limit the number of products you can sell. If you’re running a business off of your site, you’ll want this plan.

Pricy,A simple but a Great Site Editor

This is one of the best drag and drop editors on the market. It’s easy to use for beginners, but very powerful for someone who wants to customize their site. They’re also a great hosting provider and will handle your domain for you as well.

Their basic plan starts at $1 per month but rises to $10 per month after the first year. They have separate website builder for e-commerce starting at $20 a month.

Caard

Simple, responsive, one-page sites for pretty much anything.

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A free service for building and hosting simple, responsive, one-page websites for anything and everything. There are a bunch of other sites that help you build out one-pagers, but the biggest differentiator here is the simplicity and easy of use, while not compromising on your ability to create a functional and beautifully designed website.


Template stash

Curated collection of best free themes & website templates.

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A curated collection of the best free website templates. Each one is evaluated based on: visual appeal, ease of customization, and functionality. You can search for what you’re looking for by category, keyword, and creator, which makes it easy to find exactly what you’re looking for. Bonus: There are also collections dedicated to specific design trends, like “material design” and “modern portfolio.”


Bubble

Build a fully functional web app without any code.

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Without any code knowledge, this tool helps you build web and mobile applications. The intuitive drag and drop builder allows you to easily add page elements like: text, videos, maps, icons, images, buttons, and more. Everything is customizable, down to font colors, icons, and the visibility of various elements based on what’s going on in the app you design.


HTML TO WORDPRESS

Convert HTML website to WordPress theme in seconds.

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This tool converts static HTML websites into WordPress. If you’re looking to switch your site over, this will help you automate a lot of the manual work. Just upload a website into the tool and after a few seconds, it’ll convert into a fully functional, premium quality WordPress theme—activated and installed. All of the designers and developers, rejoice!


TILDA PUBLISHING

Build beautiful websites and tell stories without any code.

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Awebsite building platform geared toward content-oriented sites. There are over 170 pre-designed blocks that enable you to drag and drop your way toward a fully customizable website. All pages you create with this tool are built to look great across all devices, which is a nice thing to not have to worry about if you’re not a coder. This is a fantastic option for those looking to build blogs, lookbooks, event reports, and more.


XPRS

Free website builder — making web design like Lego™. No code.

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If you’ve ever been frustrated with the process of building a website because it was too complicated, confusing, and/or expensive, this product will make it so much easier (and fun). Use a collection of premium web designs, reliable hosting, and a simple editing environment to get your next web project up in no time. What’s special about this tool is that you build your site with polydoms (smart content blocks), allowing for endless customization. It really is like playing with digital Legos.


GRAV

Modern open source flat-file CMS to build faster websites.

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A more complex tool, built for developers with some experience. This open source flat-file CMS allows you to build faster websites. The idea: With static HTML pages, you can’t do anything dynamic like query data, edit content via an admin interface, process forms, etc. Grav is “processed at runtime,” allowing you to do the same things you could do with Drupal, Joomla, or WordPress. There are countless features including: site-wide and per-page routing and redirection, a visual debug panel, multi-language support, flexible taxonomies, a built-in asset manager, and much more.


PIVOT

Drag and drop real-time HTML page building.

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This block-based, multi-purpose HTML 5 template allows you to choose from over 70 uniquely styled content blocks for incredible customizability. You can build web pages in minutes and manage site navigation, sliders, images, text, maps, color schemes, and more—all from your browser. Great for multiple uses, from a product launch to a personal portfolio website.

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