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Q: Build-Your-Own-Site Programs ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   2 Comments )
Subject: Build-Your-Own-Site Programs
Category: Computers > Internet
Asked by: xemion-ga
List Price: $20.00
Posted: 03 Dec 2002 11:26 PST
Expires: 02 Jan 2003 11:26 PST
Question ID: 118558
There are a number of various internet programs that allow novices to
build their own websites online.  Examples:

I want a list of all (that you can find) the build-your-own-site
programs I CAN BUY.

CityMax would not be on the list because I cannot buy their backend
software.  I want the backend management system, not the front-end

Two systems that I know of our SiteBuilder (I need a link to the
purchase for this one) and SiteStudio.

These systems should be complete management systems.  Not a little

To recap, I need a list of all the backend programs you can find that
allow me to do this and a link to their overview/purchase pages.

Please ask if you have any questions.


Request for Question Clarification by tisme-ga on 03 Dec 2002 11:42 PST
Sorry, but I am a bit confused as to what exactly you are looking for.
Are you looking for software packages that you can purchase that can
be used to build, manage and maintain your website?

For example:
Microsoft Frontpage
Home Website:

Also, how many links are you expecting from this? 20, 30?


Clarification of Question by xemion-ga on 03 Dec 2002 12:03 PST
No.  I'm looking for build-your-site programs.  These INTERNET (not
software) programs are typically offered to web hosting companies. 
For example:


30 programs would be nice, but I'm not sure there are that many.  Just
as many as you can find.

Request for Question Clarification by tar_heel_v-ga on 03 Dec 2002 12:07 PST
Something along these lines?

Content Management systems and portals as well?


Clarification of Question by xemion-ga on 03 Dec 2002 13:06 PST
No.  Something like citymax or SiteStudio.  I believe NetSol also has
their own version of such a progrma as well. Very simple, very easy to
use.  Not content management or web design software.  That make sense?
 Look closely at the examples I've given you.  Thanks.

Subject: Re: Build-Your-Own-Site Programs
Answered By: lot-ga on 03 Dec 2002 18:39 PST
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hello xemion-ga,

Here is a list of 'Build-Your-Own-Site' programs I found,
some are richer in functionality, and others are a bit more basic:

Loud ASP

Order $79

Site Galore

AutoSites from Hibyte
Order (various module options)

Web Host Pro from My Ideal Script

Web Edit from webedpro

Home Free Pro from Solution Scripts
Order page - $499 per license (unlimited end users/accounts)

Community Weaver from Build a Community
Order page - $599 per license

WebUMake Web from Web U Make
Order - $199

Super HomePages Pro from Super Sites Pro
Order - $75

Cool Host from JTCotton
Order - (add to cart) $10-30

EZ Homesite from Internor
Order - free of charge download

EasyHost from Cyberscript
Order - $150


Easy Web Editor

Page Publisher from Interactivetools
Order - $99 single license

Order - General Public License

Flash-Sitebuilder from web design HQ (for Flash sites)
Order - from $399


Easy Web Site Builder from Ranson's Scripts
Order - $350

other misc
Cpanel (Powerful BUT lacks WYSIWYG editor)

Search Strategy:
Hotscripts / Virtual Communities section
Hotscripts / Content Management section
The CGI Resource Index / Homepage Communities section
The CGI Resource Index / Editing Web Pages section
CGI city / web management section / Editing web pages section keywords
easy website builder
online website builder script
tripod geocities script
:// keywords
website builder

I hope that helps, if you need any clarification of the answer just

Kind regards
xemion-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars and gave an additional tip of: $3.00
Exactly what I was looking for, lot.  Thanks!

Subject: Re: Build-Your-Own-Site Programs
From: lot-ga on 03 Dec 2002 20:04 PST
Hello xemion,
I'm glad you are happy with the researched links,
and many thanks for the tip!
Subject: Re: Build-Your-Own-Site Programs
From: sun818-ga on 06 Dec 2002 15:18 PST
aeNovo has a nice default design. A very good free solution for
ASP/AccessDB. For Perl/CGI, I recommend looking at Chico Digital Web.

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