Owned by Vltava Labe Media, eStranky is a Czech company that offers a simple building tool to create websites and photo albums for personal, commercial, and e-shop use. It also offers domain registration at an additional cost.
The eStranky website is somewhat limited in its information and is entirely in Czech. All prices are displayed in Czech korunas.
Features and Ease of Use
eStranky couldn’t be more limited. Although its plans are supposed to meet different user needs from individuals and professional photographers to companies and e-commerce, I’m not impressed with its basic offerings.
eStranky offers four plans, one free plan and three paid plans (Non-commercial, Commercial, and e-Shop). The free plan is not a free trial. It’s a full on plan with no duration limits. But (like most free packages) it comes with limited features, including 200 MB of storage and a little over 15 templates.
With the paid packages, you can get from 1 GB to 8 GB disk space, web page lock, and language versions (unspecified). Both the Commercial and e-Shop plans include custom advertising options.
With the e-Shop plan, you get a shopping cart, order records, 15 GB monthly data transfer, and you can customize the page template if you’re familiar with the HTML code, and format the page using CSS styles.
Additionally, the built-in statistics will give you some insights on which products are the best-selling as well as how many visitors came to your store’s website.
eStranky constantly updates its ePage features, so if you want to create a photo album with eStranky, you can easily set your profile photo cover and more. eStranky is also compatible with mobile devices.
Pricing and Support
Given its barebone features and basic website builder tool, eStranky’s prices are reasonable, but not dirt cheap compared to other services in its tier.
Both the Non-commercial and Commercial plans come with a 30-day free trial and after that period is done, you’re automatically downgraded to the free plan.
As I mentioned before, the website lacks sufficient information about the services they offer. However, they do have a small FAQ section, a good blog, and a Knowledgebase with a few guides and tutorials.
eStranky’s customer support is available through email, phone, and Facebook Messenger. I tried both online channels and sent all my questions via email. I received a reply shortly after via email, but it wasn’t helpful at all.
The reply to the five questions I sent was “Hello, please, how can we help you create a website? Thank you for your reply and have a nice day.” Plus, it was in Czech, even though I sent my questions in English.