I’m a huge fan of content management systems online, but there are times when we just need to get a site up and running. Configuring the CMS, optimizing it, managing users, and then working around a clunky editor or limited template that needs customizations can slow progress to a crawl when you’ve got an urgent need to get a site up and running.
Enter WebSite X5, a Windows™ desktop publishing tool that you can use to build, deploy and update websites. It’s not an editor – it’s an entire user interface with a template library, stock photo library, and drag and drop editor all in one nice package. Not only that, the templates and interface allow for responsive design so you can see how your site will look on any device.
The WebSite X5 platform includes photo galleries, email forms, password-protected pages, banners, ecommerce, blogs, social networks, and a number of other customizations and libraries to build virtually any type of site. One license allows you to load the software on two desktops and build as many sites as you’d like – no limitations.
WebSite X5 Features
- Easy to use desktop interface
- 400,000 royalty-free images included
- Highly customizable
- Professional tools (email form, reserved area, integration with db, e-commerce, etc)
- Responsive websites
- 12 months of included web hosting
- Dedicated language support
- Requires Windows™ Vista, 7, 8, or 10
There’s a specific tool for every job, from editing images and photos, to creating buttons, to automatically generating menus, right up to going online with the built-in FTP engine.
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