WYSIWYG Web Builder is exactly that, a what-you-see-is-what-you-get web editor. This means that whatever you do on the screen will appear exactly the same when someone opens the created webpage on a web browser. This is an absolute advantage for beginners. Bad news is that it might still be a little hard to do.
Ease of use is definitely a relative concept. In this respect, this program might seem easy for experienced users, who have probably used other web creation tools. However, if you are a beginner, do not expect this program to work miracles because, if you do not know anything about web editing, you will surely have a hard time even to create a new blank page. One thing is true: you will not have to deal with HTML code at all.
The program has a neat interface in the old-Office style. The main element is the working area, surrounded by toolbars, menu, site manager, properties and an impressive toolbox. In my opinion, this program’s main asset is precisely this vast collection of features and web controls that you can hardly get from other similar software.
To make it easier for the user, this program offers a series of templates while some more can be downloaded from the developer’s site. However, these are not really site templates but front-page templates, so you will probably have to do a lot of work by yourself.
As a whole, WYSIWYG Web Builder is an excellent application with a fair price. As it offers a generous one-month trial period of a fully-functional version, you will not lose any money seeing if it works for you.
- You will not have to deal with any type of HTML code
- It includes some templates
- It has an impressive collection of web controls and elements
- It is not easy to use
- The templates include only the index page