Website Builders

Tools to quickly put together and launch a full website

Weebly

Weebly is the easiest drag & drop website builder we've seen, having used it for the past 5 years. We built the previous version of nocode.tech with this tool and can't fault it!

Webyo

Webydo provides an intuitive drag-and-drop editor. Combined with a minimalist interface, it creates a intuitive, easy-to-navigate website building environment optimised for both web and mobile.

Webflow

Webflow is one of the most powerful, customisable visual website builders there is. It was built to empower designers and entrepreneurs to create really powerful dynamic sites without having to learn how to code. It certainly has one of the more steeper learning curves but don't let that put you off.

If you're frustrated by the limitations of typical drag and drop website builders then this might be the very tool you are looking for. The level of design customisation is second to none and certainly geared towards users with a flair for design. Webflow provides a ton of carefully crafted how to videos to get you up to speed and they are pretty funny too! Webflow offers a very generous free tier to get you started.

Tilda

Tilda has a clean user interface with a modular drag and drop system.

Strikingly

Strikingly is a drag and drop website builder that prides itself as being an easy solution for people who are not technically savvy to design and publish a high-quality, beautiful website with no coding or skill required.

SquareSpace

Squarespace has to be one of the most visually impressive drag and drop website builders out there.

ReadyMag

With Readymag you can create any kind of web publications using only one tool, including creating websites. Readymag gives you complete freedom over your creative process тАФ you donтАЩt have to think about any technical aspects. There are no limits and absolutely no coding required. Readymag has a great selection of tasteful templates to choose from, or if you are feeling particularly creative, start from a blank canvas and craft your own site using their intuitive drag and drop tools.

Readymag has an incredible selection of web fonts to choose from making it one of the more stylish options for creating a website. Readymag provides a completely free package to get you started. And it doesn't stop there; Readymag also lets you create magazines. photo stories, portfolios and presentations all in the same platform.

Pixpa

Pixpa is packed with just about every feature you can imagine for building your perfect website.

Photler

Whether you want to create your portfolio, write a blog, have a professional brand identity, or just show off with how many countries you have visitedPhotler show others the magical places youтАЩve been to or see scenic
places that you should visit, Photler is the place to go to. Your own website is the most powerful tool for your online presence as a photographer. Don't keep your photos locked on a computer, it's such a waste. Choose one of there design templates and kickstart your photography website instead.

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тАЛLetтАЩs suppose you need to make 5 galleries from Paris, New York, Nicaragua, London and Sri Lanka. YouтАЩll be surprised to see that in 1 day, you can have all these galleries up and running, organised on continents in one place on a beautiful virtual map.

Ekko

Ekko creates your business website in seconds, using your Facebook page.

Berta

Berta.me is an ideal portfolio builder for artists, photographers, designers, craftsmen and other creatives. Its layout is simple, minimalistic and responsive. The themes available are super modern and chic and perfect for creatives as there is a tonne of fonts through google to choose from as well as layout examples for portfolios or stores.

Universe

Universe is the easiest way to make a website. Start your business, build your brand, and share it with the world—all from the palm of your hand.