How to Create Website without coding




Most people who build their own websites swear by WordPress, which can be relatively easy to use after you’ve become familiar with the general interface and different plugins that can be added to your site. But not everyone is technologically savvy or has the time and energy to invest in learning how to use website-building tools like WordPress. If the setup, management, and maintenance of a WordPress website is still too much for you to handle, I have some better, easier solutions for you to try.
There are a lot of options out there, but here are my five favourite website builders. Many of them are free or very affordable, and they are all easy to use. They are designed for the non-tech person in mind, but someone who still wants to have a beautiful, professional-looking website to showcase their small business or portfolio. I have used all of them over the years to build simple but effective websites for different purposes.
1. Flavors.me
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Flavors.me has always worked well for any website that I needed to build in record time. It is not terribly SEO-friendly, but it does the trick for anyone who is not trying to get their site on the first page of Google search results.

Pricing: Basic is free, Premium costs $20 a year (including hosting and extra features)
Difficulty level: Very easy

Best for: Any kind of website, be it for personal or business use
2. Carbonmade
carbonmade screenshotCarbonmade has set templates you can use to create your online portfolio. The focus is clearly on visual presentation, and it is a great option for anyone who has a selection of art or photography they would like to display on the Web.
Pricing: Basic is free, Premium costs $12/month
Difficulty level: Easy
Best for: Designers, artists, creatives
3. Sidengo
sidengo screenshot
Sidengo is taking the term “website builder” to the next level. The site’s beautiful interface, its ease of use, and a full host of extras makes Sidengo a great option for any budding Web designer.
Pricing: From free to $25/month, depending on the plan you choose
Difficulty level: Fairly easy
Best for: Anything!
4. ALLYOU
allyou screenshot
ALLYOU lets you drag and drop your website into place. There are several templates available for you to choose from so you’ll be up and online in no time!
Pricing: Basic is free, then plans range from $8 to $15/month
Difficulty level: Easy to medium
Best for: Personal portfolios
5. Webflow
webflow screenshot
Webflow comes with an enormous amount of features: various design elements, customized layouts for different devices, and the ability to add forms and sliders. It is a very robust tool and there is no limit to what you can do.
Pricing: Plans range from $14 to $70 a month
Difficulty level: Medium
Best for: Any project, person, or business you’d like to feature
As you can see, there are many different ways to have a professional Web presence without having to learn code or be particularly tech-savvy at all. Next time around, I’ll introduce you to some of my favourite mobile app builders.
Who said setting up an online presence for your business needs to be time-consuming, difficult, or expensive? Start your website with less than £4 



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