Originally Posted By: cradan
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: Inexpensive; Included in that same cost is a whopping GIG of e-mail capacity; better-than-average pre-made webpage “templates” for you to select from and use as you wish (modify or don’t modify them); good client support (help desk, etc.)
: As with some other template websites (I've seen and worked with two others, specifically), your graphics choices are limited, short of importing your own art. This doesn't take a rocket scientist, but if you're far better at home inspecting than you are at webpage design and construction, be prepared for an informative (but still fairly boring
) website. I modified alamode's templates, in some cases, extensively:
Bottom line...a good value for the money. Seems obvious from my own site, though, that if you want something a bit "snazzier", you'd better be personally html-enabled, or be prepared to pay more than the $200.00...
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