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    Best No Frills Site Builder

    Does anyone know of a really simple site building software program? The one I use is too feature-heavy for a friend and I just want the simpliest program for him to start using. Anything you'd recommend, maybe a free one floating around the net?

    Also...
    Does anyone know a program that can really help pump out sites quickly, and maybe even automate the content? For example, let's say you had the task of creating 100 sites a day, what program would you use? Whether it's about beach balls, or widgets, are there any programs that can kinda help stuff in automated, and yeah, generic content to fill up the site more easily than writing them all yourself. Obviously I do not expect a site to read my mind, but at least help create the skeleton of the site. Like headings etc, prefilled based on keywords and topics...

    Thoughts?

    Thank you.

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    SitePoint Evangelist sysice's Avatar
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    Have you checked out CityDesk ?

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    I've heard that WebsiteWizard.com is good, but it's quite expensive.

    If you're looking for a free sitebuilder, there is one available at www.FreeWebs.com.
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    My vote goes to Trellix Web Site Creation Kit. I think you can still find it used on Amazon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davesplace1
    My vote goes to Trellix Web Site Creation Kit. I think you can still find it used on Amazon.

    That's funny because I used to use Trellix too. Isn't it CuteSite Builder now though... Oh well.


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