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Cindr is a simple, efficient website builder that allows its users to launch a website within minutes. The learning curve is straightforward: Cindr has made the whole process rather easy with its “Bloc” based design, which can be stacked and re-arranged and styled individually. There are over 100+ Blocs available, each with its own template. To create a page, you only need to select the Blocs you’d like, then adjust them accordingly.
Be warned, though, that Cindr’s Blocs can only be stacked or moved around vertically. This may put a crimp in the plans of more design-conscious individuals. Customizability is also very limited: while each of the Blocs has its own template, you can adjust only the font, alignment, and color. You also can’t add any new fields to the included contact form Bloc, nor can you rename existing fields or change the e-mail address that the form is sent to.
That said, Cindr does feature a MailChimp Bloc, so any e-mail addresses collected will automatically be added to your e-mail list. And all the Blocs are built with responsive design, so you can rest assured that your website will still look pretty on mobile devices and tablets.
Cindr has a free plan available to its users, which comes with basic support, free hosting, a subdomain under MyCindr.com, unlimited pages, 1GB of bandwidth, and 500MB of storage space. Cindr ads will be displayed on free sites. Their Premium (paid) plan comes with the connection of your own registered domain, support for multiple sites, Google Analytics integration, custom favicons, removal of Cindr ads, and premium support. You also get free hosting, with unlimited bandwidth, pages, and disk space.
If you’re not sure Cindr is right for you, read our rundown of the best website builders to learn about better options.