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Clearly marketed towards designers and professionals who want creative flexibility in carving out their spaces on the World Wide Web, Australian startup Pixel Together has delivered a platform that works like a digital blank canvas. With a range of fully-responsive templates, users can customize their sites to their hearts’ content everything from the background colors to the fonts and layout blocks.
By customize, we do mean fully customize: Pixel Together has dubbed their templates “Starting Points,” which allow you to get up and running quickly but with features that can be changed or stripped if you’d rather not have them on your site. View your website on a desktop or check out how it looks on a tablet or mobile: with Pixel Together, you have complete control over how your site looks on devices of any size. Touch-enabled image galleries and slideshows, clean and mobile-friendly semantic code, advanced SEO functionality, e-commerce integration, and scalable cloud hosting are amongst the features that make Pixel Together shine.
Pixel Together has three tiers of paid plans, with discounts given for an annual subscription. Their baseline Page plan is ideal for single-page or landing page sites and comes with global Content Delivery Network (CDN) based hosting, SSL certification, a form builder, visitor analytics, and a password protection option. Their Plus plan is ideal for more advanced websites, particularly those of agencies: it comes with all the features of the two lower plans, as well as dynamic site variables, private layouts, and branded password protection.
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