But chances are, one of these three will fit your unique situation the best (whether that’s firing up a simple business website or running a fully functioning social network).
Do you do your design/testing/development on your production website?
Have you ever installed or updated something that crashes a section or the entire site?
If you want to get a new, powerful website online, but can’t wait around or shell out the big bucks ($3k ) required for a custom site, look no further than these three options.
Word Press, Joomla and Drupal all offer great features, tons of customizaions, ease-of-use, and strong security. Choosing the right one can be difficult because they’re all good options.
We’ve used a wide range of site builders over the years and, like you, we’ve asked a number of questions in order to really understand the differences between the above web builders and how they work.
As with anything, with time comes experience and after having invested hundreds – maybe even thousands of hours into each of these web builder tools we’re now in a position to share our own thoughts on the matter.
the ability for most users to make significant visual edits (for their own good).
So you can’t make a TON of structural website changes without the help of a designer and/or developer.
You place this code in the head section of your main website code.