Drag and drop your own free website

Drag and drop your own free website


Drag and drop your own free website

Brewing coffee, frying bacon, pouring orange juice, building a website, they may seem unconnected and they very well might be, but they’re four things you can have or do during breakfast with just one hand. It may be a bit of a stretch to combine all four activities in a healthy breakfast and it is not recommended due to possible spills or burns but they are all doable, and in roughly the same amount of time with the use of IMCreator, a new free tool that turns making a website in a stress-less, pleasant experience. Just like breakfast.

Not many things are better after 20 years than when they were new, but the drag and drop function is and IMCreator basks in its tradition and glory. Making a website literarily is now one of the things one can do with a hand tied behind one’s back, but that’s not all there’s easy about the process. It’s a three step, short route to the kind of exposure any good project needs and this tool offers the shiny, no coding required way to achieving just that.

Step 1 – Choosing a template

The first thing that needs to be done is setting a base for the new website, which can be a ready-made template available from their database, a blank page for professionals, or even an existing website, by editing, modifying and publishing it. Each month more and more templates are being published, so it’s easier to choose one that suits each project’s needs. Here are some of these “almost-done” pages that make your job so much easier:

 

Step 2 – Customize it

Once the base is set, the website can be filled with materials, either photos, sketches, essays, videos or any other type of content. Just click on the element you wish to edit and insert your content. IM-Creator will then adapt your content to the existing design, hassle-free for you. At any point of this step you can change the look by using the add/delete pages function.

If you ever get stuck or encounter any issues, click on the “Support” tab and a Live Design Assistant from their support team will be by your side to get you through.

Step 3 – Publish it

Once you’re done customizing the content and are satisfied with the result, you can go ahead and make it visible to the world, just by clicking the “Publish” button. You can link the freshly created website to an existing domain or purchase a new one. The websites you’ll create are SEO friendly, improving the visibility of your projects and allowing you to promote them.

All-in-all, IMCreator is a really useful online tool especially for beginners, as it uses simple, yet powerful functions – like drag-and-drop – in creating websites, with a very cost and time efficient outcome.

Author: Kevin Liew

Kevin Liew is a web designer and developer and keen on contributing to the web development industry. He loves frontend development and absolutely amazed by jQuery. Feel free to say hi to me, or follow @quenesswebblog on twitter.

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2 comments

Connie
Thu, 4th April 2013
I wll never understand why you USAmericans (and other as well) do not know the difference between "they" and "there"

Is it slang or bad knowledge?
Is it because you twitter and sms and forget to write correct language?

How can you write and define correct CSS for example when you do not know the basics of language?

Hej, wake up! Learn and write correct english!
" but they’re four things you can have " <= there are four things ...!"!!!! Reply
Appreciative
Tue, 9th April 2013
Hey, Grammar Nazi Connie, it's *English with a capital E. Learn to respect the proper noun. Reply

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