This video covers the
This video covers the basics of using Flexbox in Webflow and how you can move and position different items within your Webflow project.
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can you do this for grid?
Awesome video! This helps me out a lot. Thank you.
My issues with the positioning is solved now.. Thank you so much for sharing and looking forward for more from you:)
Quick question, I planning on getting a laptop and wanted to know which laptop do you recommend for web designers?
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UPDATED FOR 2021 —
UPDATED FOR 2021 — https://youtu.be/M-QxlUVINHs
An overview of the 6 website builders I recommend: Squarespace, Shopify, Webflow, Carrd, Weebly and Wix. Watch until the end to see my pricing comparison.
My work is supported by affiliate commissions— so I may earn a commission from the links in the video description.
00:00 — Introduction
00:41 — Squarespace
02:56 — Shopify
06:22 — Webflow
09:32 — Carrd
10:38 — Weebly
12:13 — Wix
14:00 — Price Comparison
16:14 — Conclusion
Squarespace (0:41) — The best all around website builder— great themes, best-in-class features and an intuitive UI. What I'd recommend for most small websites.
Shopify (2:57) — The best ecommerce builder. If you're building a pure ecommerce website, I highly recommend Shopify.
Webflow (6:22) — The big innovation with Webflow is their Designer tool. It's the first tool to provide the flexibility of front-end coding without requiring you to actually code.
Carrd (9:32) — The best way to make one page websites. Plus it's much, much cheaper than the other website builders on this list.
Weebly (10:38) — Weebly is what I recommend to anyone who doesn't feel tech savvy. It's just really easy to use. Everything feels simple and straightforward.
Wix (12:13) — The most important difference between Wix and other website builders is that it's a blank canvas editor.
Pricing Comparison (14:00) — A breakdown of the cheapest plans for each website builder for one year + a domain name. Note: I do not count paid plans that also include an advertisement on your website— they're just designed to get you to upgrade to a higher priced plan!
Remember: These are not the only website builders you can choose from. In fact you'll find many, many more at Site Builder Report (https://www.sitebuilderreport.com/best-website-builder). But these are the 6 best and I highly recommend each of them.
Thanks for watching!
this dude need to get a shout out, he has great content.
TKS for the excellent overview of the top website builders. It is thorough, precise and exceptionally helpful. I currently have a Weebly website: myevensong.com which is a rather extensive and somewhat eclectic site. I'm looking to build a separate site just for my photography and your review along with one or two others is steering my toward Squarespace.
Can u read a book as a video ?
Thanks! i can now build my web.
Look up upgrading Squarespace from version 7.0 to 7.1 ... you have to rebuild your entire website from scratch because of a point upgrade.
There's never been a
There's never been a better time to move off of Wordpress.
Squarespace — http://squarespace.syuh.net/c/41544/673110/9084?subId1=VIDEO_wordpress_alternatives
Webflow — https://www.sitebuilderreport.com/try/webflow
Shopify — https://www.shopify.com/?ref=site-builder-report&utm_campaign=VIDEO_wordpress_alternatives
Ghost — https://www.ghost.org
These days there are so many website builders tools in competition. It’s become a crowded space.
Wordpress once reigned supreme— so have all these new options led to the it's death? Not at all. Wordpress still powers a huge portion of the web and will for a long time. But there are new and exciting alternatives to Wordpress out there.
I’m going to walk you through five of them in this video— each with their own unique differences that could be a perfect fit for the right user.
Note: Don’t confuse Wordpress.com and Wordpress.org. Wordpress.com is a hosted service and Wordpress.org is an open source CMS. Wordpress.org powers almost a quarter of the internet and is what most people mean when they talk about Wordpress.
Which one would you recommend for e-learning or an LMS website type?
What about SEO with squarespace? Better than WordPress?
thank you so much!! such clear explanations and helps me so much cos i was looking for an alternative to wordpress! thanks!!