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Scott Hogue

Weebly, I hate wordpress, it goes way back, they say I need therapy for it. Changing to something else was cheaper and actually worked to get sites up.

Hated godaddy. A month after I left I got an email from support that my problem had been that although I did use a browser they supported, I had a newer version than worked with their page builder. A little too little and a little too late.

Fatcow lost my website and denied I ever had one, sent them a screen saved shot and they said well, we might be wrong. That was the extent of their technical support.

Weeebly can be a bit strange. Before you publish you should always click on another frame than you just edited, if not you may lose your changes.
They also change their interface often because they know you want to have to learn how to do some simple thing all over again.

Surprisingly, your result may not look just like what you published. Fonts, spacing, etc, but at least it publishes.
So, it is the best of what I have worked with. You can open an html box and do your code thing. They link well to my Amazon Cloud services for files. They have tons of templates, you simply pick a theme and click on it to make a blog. They have contact forms you can do a moderate amount of customizing with.

my personal opinion based on my experience,
No wordpress plugins were harmed in this post…

Scott Hogue CChH

Scott Hogue CChH
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