Yes You Can
Build A Website Or Online Store With No Skills
Whether your site is for business, hobby or education, WEEBLY provides a fast, easy and convenient way for anyone to set up a website or online store without the time and effort needed to learn code.
Sign up for a free account at Weebly and start building your website without learning any code at all. It's fast, easy and all done in your browser with an online site builder, making it possible for anyone to create professonal looking websites or online stores.
And because it is built online, there's no need of uploading web pages to the internet, once your site is finished or updated, pressing the "Publish" button is all it takes to instantly make your website viewable on the internet.
Accounts start free and if you want more features like the option to sell digital downloads, make password protected pages, or make an e-commerce site with fully integrated shopping cart that works with PayPal, you can upgrade to a paid account.
Here's some of the benefits of using Weebly to build your website:
- No need to bother with learning code
- No need to purchase web hosting because it's included with all weebly sites
- It's FREE, no payment information is taken unless you want to upgrade
- Easy to use drag and drop editor makes building and updating your site a breeze
- Large selection of beautiful customizable website templates
- Make contact forms without the need to configure scripts or pay for the service
- Add a blog
- Free SSL for a secure site that has the little green padlock in the address bar
- Ability to customize through HTML and CSS for those of you who know code
What About A Web Address?You can register a domain through Weebly or use a domain you already have if you upgrade to a paid account. Free accounts get a subdomain. A subdomain is a web address such as www.mysite.weebly.com
It costs less and is better to register a domain separately at a domain registart such as NameCheap and then point it to your Weebly website. Relax, it's easy, really, it is. Here's how it's done.