Top HTML5 website builder to make html5 website without coding
Here are the top 5 HTML5 website builders for 2013. The best thing about all of them is that they don’t require any coding skills for the average user to build a HTML5 website. This will allow anybody to create a website that can be displayed well on different devices, from laptops to mobile phones. Best of all, they provide beautiful HTML5 website templates so that even with no design or coding skills, your website will look good and professional.
Currently, there are many website builders in the market but no many are based on HTML5 technology. The advantage of using HTML5 is that you don’t need to use any Flash technology to create the animation effects. Since no Flash is used, it can be displayed well in any devices including iPads. Most of there html 5 website builders also come with html5 templates that have already been optimized to look good everywhere.
Wix has been a power house in website building for a long time. They have continuously improve their technology to make it easier for the average user to build beautiful websites without programming. In the past, Wix is known for being a Flash based website builder. However, they have since shifted their technology into HTML5, which is great news for users. Best of all, they offer a nice free trial. This will allow you to test drive how Wix’s HTML5 website builder works before committing to their platform.
IMCreator has come on strong onto the html5 website builder scene. Despite only coming to the scene in 2011, it has moved quickly and created lots of useful features for its users. One of the benefits of being a latecomer is that it uses the latest technology, relative to older platforms. Imcreator is completely based on HTML5 technology, which enables a very quick drag and drop capability.
Weebly came from a startup incubator called Ycombinator. It started with a Flash website builder but has announced in May 2013 that it is adding HTML5 capabilities to its website builder. This makes it easier for anyone to create HTML5 website using Weebly without any coding knowledge. With this service, you get to create 2 websites for free. If you want to create more sites, you will then need to join their premium plans.
Strikingly is a very new service that also came from Ycombinator. Unlike the others, Strikingly focuses on creating mobile websites using the latest HTML5 templates. Due to such focus, they specialise in making it super easy for businesses to quickly create a single page mobile presence for their company with no coding.
Breezi is a also a relatively new service that use HTML5 technologies to make website building easier without Flash. It has a powerful HTML5 website builder that lets you change almost anything without touching a line of code. It also has beautiful templates that you can use to make website creating a much faster process.
Yes there are many options for folks to make their own sites. However- the reality is that they are most likely not design or development orientated. You can design and build your own house if you want-what’s it going to look like if you don’t know what you’re doing?
Great post, i love the IM Creator, looks very nice!
Thanks for the list. I was wondering if any web developers in the community feel a little threatened by the rise these sites that allow anyone to build their own website. Any thoughts?
Awesome! Wix and Weebly. Been using that for a long time now. There used to be static website builders as well but HTML 5 and CSS3 is the new thing 🙂
Nice collection. I have only tried weebly before, but I might check out the others. Thanks for sharing!
You could at least not leave your work unfinished and link to the software you are reviewing/recommending.
Can you explain by what do you mean by unfinished work?
I already explained why I think your article, that you spent time on, was not finished.
You reviewed 5 different software, yet didn’t bother to link to the software’s site for each one of them, or at least at the end of our article, which is a standard practice, even on this same site, on your other articles.
I did it this way for reasons of my own. They are not ‘incomplete’ as you have said. Anyway, thanks for bothering to reply.