Reviews and expert opinionNicepage

Alicia Schneider
Alicia Schneider
Website Development Expert

Nicepage is an interesting option for web designers who build sites for multiple clients. If you’re not a professional designer, you should know that this website builder is more complicated than most, and doesn’t offer all the features or customer support you’d expect. If you need to quickly create a simple website, you should check out Wix, which is much easier to use.


Nicepage Website Builder at a Glance

Number of templates:3,500+
Mobile friendly/responsive:Mobile friendly
E-commerce tools:No
Number of site pages:5 on free plan; unlimited on paid plans
Starting price: $0

It’s a Website Builder for Designers, but Can Anyone Use It?

Nicepage homepage

Nicepage is a new website builder that claims to be different from other popular builders on the market. It aims to give creative freedom back to web designers, with an advanced drag-and-drop editor that gives you maximum creative freedom.

The idea is nice, but does Nicepage really measure up to the major website builders on the market in terms of ease of use and comprehensive features?

You can use Nicepage in two different ways: either purchase the software for a one-time fee and install it on your computer, or sign up for a subscription to the online version of the builder. Only the second option includes website hosting.

Once you build your site with the desktop software, you can export it to HTML code, or WordPress or Joomla format.

If you’re looking for an all-in-one solution for your website, where you don’t have to worry about exporting to other formats, I’d recommend a simpler, more established platform like Wix or Squarespace. You can find out more about these two builders, and all the other builders that made our top website builder list, by clicking here.

Nicepage does have a few interesting features to offer, though. Read on to find out if it could be right for your needs.



Thousands of Templates in Multiple Categories

There are over 3,500 mobile-friendly templates available on Nicepage. The template gallery is broken down into three sections: HTML, WordPress, and Joomla. The designs are mostly the same in each category, but it’s important to choose according to the format you’re going to be using.

Within each section, the templates are divided into 19 categories, including Business and Law, Food and Restaurant, Real Estate, Wedding, and more.

Nicepage website templates

Nicepage has a huge selection of templates

If you’re after a specific design element, you can browse by block function – for example, templates that include image grids.

The templates are built as one-page, self-contained websites. You can add more pages to your website, but there are no templates for additional pages. You’ll need to modify the main template or use another template. This can be a considerable drawback if your goal is to create a website quickly, since you’ll need to reformat the entire template to fit additional pages, like a blog or an About Us page.

Once you’ve chosen a template, the only way to switch to a different one is to add a new page and select a different template for it. However, you have plenty of options to modify each template. The downloadable webpage editor has a drag-and-drop interface, and you’re not limited to where you can place elements on the page. You can also modify images, add and remove blocks, and change design details like colors and fonts.

Overall, Nicepage has a great collection of diverse website templates. However, the lack of additional pages in the templates makes it more challenging to create a website with multiple pages.Explore Nicepage Templates



Nicepage’s Site Editor Gives You Total Freedom, but Is That Enough?

Nicepage doesn’t work like most other website builders. If you choose to purchase the Designer App Pack, you begin by downloading a desktop app to work on your site’s design. This means you can’t work on your website from other devices, which is a bit of a disadvantage.

Instead of just clicking a Publish button to get your website online, you’ll need to export the file as HTML code or WordPress or Joomla format.

Considering that Nicepage’s primary function is to create sites to be hosted by other services, there aren’t as many features as you might expect. Notably absent are features like e-commerce tools, apps and integrations, video uploading capabilities, and marketing and SEO tools.

However, the Nicepage editor does have some great features of its own:

Freehand Positioning

Nicepage layout options
Unlike other builders, Nicepage lets you position site elements anywhere on your webpage

Some website builders limit you on where you can place elements on your page. With Nicepage, you can move boxes out of designated areas and even arrange elements in layers. You have full control over exactly where and how you want every detail to appear.

Website Animations

Nicepage website animations
Nicepage provides you multiple website animation variations

You can grab visitors’ attention by adding animations to your existing text boxes and images. Simply set them to slide, zoom, or fade when a user scrolls through a page.

Template Block Sections

If you don’t want to build a section from scratch, you can drag and drop entire ready-made blocks to your website.

Nicepage block layouts
Each content block has multiple layout options, based on industry

Does Nicepage’s editor make up for the lack of typical website builder features? That depends on what you’re using it for. If you’re comfortable with uploading your design to a platform, like WordPress, you’ll have access to all the features there. Otherwise, you can sign up for one of the online builder plans, but keep in mind that you will have to pay for an annual subscription instead of just paying a one-time fee for the software.See full list of features

Ease of use


Nicepage’s Site Editor Looks More Intimidating Than It Actually Is

At first, I was worried about using Nicepage’s downloadable site editor. It didn’t look similar to any other website builder I’ve tested. However, after a few minutes, I was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was to modify a template and even build my own page from scratch.

The drag-and-drop editor is highly intuitive, so it’s easy to customize your page and place elements wherever you like.

Here are a few other features that make Nicepage easy to use:

Introductory Guide

An interactive “personal assistant” greets you as soon as you open the software, and shows you how to perform different tasks. The guide will walk you through how to add pages, where to go to add blocks, how to resize elements and move them around, and more. I spent a few minutes completing this tutorial and was instantly more comfortable using the editor.

Nicepage editor's introductory guide

Video Tutorials

Nicepage's video tutorials

The video tutorials offer simple explanations to any site action

If you still have questions after finishing the introductory guide, you can check out Nicepage’s video tutorials. This is a great resource where you can get detailed information on how to perform tasks within the editor, including how to use menu items, apply design advice, and make your website mobile-responsive.

Editing for Multiple Devices

Nicepage site editor

You can toggle between different views to make sure your site looks great on any screen size

In the Nicepage editor, you can see what your site will look like on various devices, including desktop, laptop, tablet, and mobile phone. You can make edits in each view to ensure that your website looks good on all screen sizes.

When you are ready to publish your website, Nicepage gets more complicated. You need some level of technical know-how in order to export the HTML, WordPress, or Joomla file and then install it on the platform of your choice. It’s definitely not as simple as website builders like Wix or Squarespace, where you click publish, and you’re done.

The only way around that is to choose one of the online builder plans, which include hosting.

Nicepage’s editor gives web designers the advantage of greater artistic freedom, but the average user might not want to deal with the extra work involved in purchasing a hosting plan and installing an additional platform.See if Nicepage is Right for You



Nicepage’s customer support leaves much to be desired

One area where I was particularly disappointed was Nicepage’s customer support. Currently, there are limited channels to contact Nicepage when you need help.

The main way to get in touch with the support team is to ask a question on the forums. You can post an “open question,” which anyone with a Nicepage account can answer. If you’d like an official Nicepage support staff member to answer, you can post a “closed question.”

Receiving answers via a customer support forum has its pros and cons. Anyone can answer your question based on their previous experiences with the product. The advantage is that you get multiple solutions from different users. You can also browse previously asked questions that are related to yours. However, who’s to say that the answers from other users are accurate or present the most efficient way to solve your problem?

When I submitted my questions on the forum, I got an answer in about 12 hours, which seems standard. The answers I received were mixed. The answer to my first question was satisfactory, but the answer to another question wasn’t helpful at all, and it seemed the rep didn’t even understand the question.

Nicepage support forum
I waited 12 hours for a response to my question

I was frustrated by the fact that there’s no live chat option or even a phone number for customer support. The premium Pro Plans come with premium support, but there’s no indication if this means there are more ways to reach Nicepage with this paid plan.

I also reached out to Nicepage on their Facebook page, although it isn’t an official channel for customer support. I got a reply the next day, but again, my question wasn’t fully answered.

Nicepage Facebook chat

Overall, I was disappointed with the lack of ways to contact Nicepage. Adding even one additional channel, like live chat, would significantly increase the level of service in my opinion. Furthermore, though my questions were always answered, they weren’t answered particularly well.



Is Nicepage Worth the Price Tag?

Nicepage offers free plans (for both the downloadable software and the online version) and a wide variety of paid plans geared towards different needs.

With the free plan, you can download and use the website editor for an unlimited amount of time. You can build one website of up to 5 pages, create an online form, and receive up to 10 submissions. You’ll have access to a limited selection of features, like templates, sections, blocks, and gallery grid styles. You can also access tons of free stock photos, which is nice.

The Premium Plans all allow you to create an unlimited number of websites. You’ll gain access to a wider variety of templates, section designs, and grid layouts than with the free plan. Free stock images are available to download in different sizes and at a higher daily quantity.

The Pro Plan, which is the top plan, comes with priority customer support and allows you to build pages with WooCommerce or VirtueMart products in WordPress and Joomla.

The Online Builder plans follow a similar structure, with hosting service included.

Nicepage accepts payments via most major credit cards and PayPal.

Cancellation and Refunds

The only way to cancel your Nicepage account is to log into the forum and post that you’d like to cancel your license.

It’s worth noting that payments and refunds are handled by a third party, PayPro Global Inc., therefore any issues with refunds are redirected to this company. According to a PDF document on PayPro’s website, refunds can be requested within 30 days of purchase.


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South Africa
April 12, 2021
A very good WYSIWYG website builder

I have been with Nicepage since day one when it was released. Previously I was with Artisteer. I find the software easy to use. Though some new features may be buggy, it is usually solved with the next update. I find the support and the forum also useful.

Beau Chen
April 08, 2021
Nicepage is alright

I am a business consultant, I know very little about IT and WebDesign. I thought Nicepage could be an alright choice before I purchased the package. I knew they don’t provide LiveChat or 24/7 support before my purchase, but they have a template I really like, so I tested on theirs web edit function for days because I know it can be tricky for web coding if we use the template to build a web. I have never thought about hosting the web by using my domain can be a problem. I had a very terrible experience with this particular issue, plus the service support is slow and usually, they will keep sending you links from FAQ. I was super unhappy about the service for around a week. Of course, we had some difficult conversations on their forums, they even locked my public post. It was ugly… It was frustrating! The interesting thing is they solved my problem right before I decided to change the DNS IP, and tried to host the web by myself. TBH, if they contacted me 2 mins later, I would give Nicepage bad reviews all over social media. Long story short, they resolved the problem, they contacted me, they explained to me their support team is small, so it's hard for them to respond as quickly as I expected. I promised them that I will give them a fair and positive review if they solve my problem, and that’s why I am here. We also cleared the misunderstanding, they kept helping me with every little issue, but slow. I can not speak for the side of web designers. So if you don’t know what you’re doing about web design, the edit function of Nicepage is alright, I don’t have issues with that. But if you’re looking for quality service and 24/7 live support, Nicepage is not the one for you. The biggest argument of Nicepage would be the service, and there is a priority for support of the users with Pro and Ultimate licenses. For me, I don’t know if I will change my web service provider for next year or not, but so far everything is alright, I can understand it’s not easy to serve the global customers with a small team, I believe they are doing theirs best. I think 2 - 3 stars is a fair rate for Nicepage, but I would give them 4 stars here because overall Nicepage is not a bad choice for a simple website. You also can export your web as an HTML5 file, then host it by yourself, so you won’t actually need their support service, this could be another solution, and you will face the same problem everywhere unless you host the web on your own hands. By the way, Nicepage has some cool templates and pictures which you can use, that is the main reason I chose them. If you are like me who is not a web designer or IT guy, it’s better to hire a decent web designer first, because none of those web service providers are perfect if you want to fully control your web and have a quality design of your web. The support team of Nicepage are nice people, I believe they do care about their customers.

Great Britain
April 02, 2021
Seriously powerful software

If you want to create a website that will stand out from all the rest then this is for you. I have used vast amounts of web building software over the years and nothing comes close to Nicepage. The learning curve is not too steep and the features are incredible...

March 02, 2021
Too slow for me

I was using Nicepage for a small website that used some event extensions. I liked the way Nicepage provided freeform page design and a myriad of options. But in the end I just found it too slow to work with, too slow to edit pages, too slow to save, and too heavy on code. I ended up going back to a commercial template that was quick and fast.

February 03, 2021
Avoid at all cost

At first glance, the product looks great and easy, but once you have a problem it will take you weeks to hear back from support. I requested a refund within the 30 days as it says in their TOS. I have been fighting with their support since October trying to get a refund. They said yes on two different occasions and just recently said they will not because they offer a trial on the software. When exporting websites and pages the amount of code the CSS has is ridiculous. It is not very clean and you will need to do lots of work to get it to a good rank in a speed test. It has advanced features to make the page look pretty but missing some of the most fundamental elements and aspects. When you ask support they said they are currently working on it and will be in the next update. The next update never comes. Stay away from this! There are tons of easier and simpler options out there and other companies that will actually reply back to your requests.

January 12, 2021
Fine support.

I am no professional, but I wanted a nice WordPress design. Unique, flexible - and easy-to-do without much knowledge about coding. Nicepage did the job really well. Easy to use Software with good support and gets frequent updates. Thanks

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Bottom line on Nicepage

Nicepage is not your typical website builder. I think this product is best suited to web designers who are looking for a platform to quickly build customized sites for multiple clients.

For the average user, Nicepage won’t be the easiest to use. The limited amount of extra features, lack of adequate customer support, and the need to export your site to an external platform make this a more complicated website builder than most.

To be honest, I probably wouldn’t bother with Nicepage which is why it didn’t make our list of top website builders. If you’re looking for design freedom, you can find it with Wix, an all-in-one platform that includes every feature you could possibly need.

Alicia Schneider
Alicia Schneider
After working the 9-5 at a marketing company in Tel Aviv, Alicia decided to trade it all in for the digital nomad lifestyle. You can usually find her in cafés around the world, writing up new articles about marketing, business, and travel. When she's not glued to her laptop, she's wandering around a new destination that most likely includes sun and a beach.

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