Dynadot’s site builder enables users to create blogs, set up an e-store, or launch a professional website with just a few clicks. With the drag-and-drop editor, users can add photos or text, put up forms and social media sharing buttons, and configure SEO settings with ease. The built-in style editor allows the customization of fonts, colors, transparencies, and page metadata settings. Plus, there’s also a Code Editor so that more advanced users with programming knowledge can insert custom code onto their web pages. Companies considering Dynadot as a host will also be happy to know that the platform allows the creation of multiple contributor accounts with varying levels of access, so companies can assign accounts to employees without giving away full administrative control.
Dynadot sets itself apart by not only providing a website building platform but also domain registration and transfer services. SSL certificates are available (and recommended!) for e-commerce sites. Sites built through Dynadot are hosted on their Virtual Private Servers (VPS) at no additional cost. Dynadot also offers e-mail hosting services with the inclusion of a static website, making it convenient for companies to do e-mail marketing via their platform.
Dynadot’s website builder is free to use. However, remaining on the free plan limits you to a single created page, albeit a mobile-friendly one. For unlimited pages, your own registered domain, removal of ads, access to the custom code editor, e-commerce functionality, and unlimited collaborators, you’ll have to opt for the Commercial plan.
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