which sitebuilder do you guys like the best?

which sitebuilder add on do you like the best?


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sailor

Member
PartnerNOC
Jun 6, 2004
5
0
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altanta
Click Be! (Netenberg.com/clickbe.php)
RVSiteBuilder (RVSiteBuilder.com)
Site Builder CX (SiteBuilderCX)
SiteReptile (SiteReptile.com)
siteZen (siteZen.com)
Soholaunch (info.soholaunch.com/index.php?pr=Cpanel)
 

manuki

Member
Dec 18, 2007
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51
We use RVSitebuilder as well but it has various problems. The main issue is that they don't test it at all. All testing is done by customers. Hence there are always a lot of bugs. Also the product does not look very professional. Some of its features are difficult for our customers to use. Translating it to a another language is a pain. Constantly you will find things that cannot be translated.

I wish somebody would make a decent sitebuilder that is fully integrated to Cpanel.
 

rligg

Well-Known Member
Sep 16, 2003
275
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166
We use RVSitebuilder as well but it has various problems. The main issue is that they don't test it at all. All testing is done by customers. Hence there are always a lot of bugs. Also the product does not look very professional. Some of its features are difficult for our customers to use. Translating it to a another language is a pain. Constantly you will find things that cannot be translated.

I wish somebody would make a decent sitebuilder that is fully integrated to Cpanel.
Did you ever find one?
 

bhd

Well-Known Member
Sep 20, 2003
149
2
166
JNB ZA
cPanel Access Level
Root Administrator
We use RVSitebuilder as well but it has various problems. The main issue is that they don't test it at all. All testing is done by customers. Hence there are always a lot of bugs....I wish somebody would make a decent sitebuilder that is fully integrated to Cpanel.
I concur. We use it too on several dozen servers but it's getting to the point now where it's beginning to take us so much time fixing silly little things (like HTML that doesn't work in some templates or layouts), that we might as well throw it out and develop our customers sites for free. (Granted, it's not that bad yet but it's getting there).