Sitebuilder 2.0 (Netbiscuits)
Sitebuilder 2.0 of Netbiscuit is among the most advanced online mobile CMS available on the market. Thanks to its numerous modules and its highly developed design and interactivity customization tools, Netbiscuits Sitebuilder 2.0 is well equipped for making highly customized or advanced mobile websites.
Delivered a Software as a Service, Sitebuilder 2.0 is available by subscription and doesn’t require either third party hosting nor software investment. Subscribers can handle Sitebuilder 2.0 from any web browser.
Review on Netbiscuit mobile website creator
As far as design customization is concerned, Sitebuilder 2.0 is far ahead from most of its competitors. Not only, it enables users to customize down to the smallest details the design and the contents of their mobisites but also, it has all necessary tools for creating original mobile websites without having to deal with html or css codes.
Apart from that, Sitebuilder 2.0 handles efficiently dynamic mobile websites. It allows for instance developers to include interactivity features such as periodic theme change, responsive design or time dependent campaign into their mobile website.
In my opinion Sitebuilder 2.0 very suitable for professionals or anyone wishing to use it on a regular basis. By cons, even if the builder is fairly intuitive for experienced users, it seems to be too complex and thus discouraging for the average person.
: Several modules, High performance customization tools (design, contents, interactivity and SEO customization), Great for dynamic mobisite (responsive design, periodic theme change, etc.), Can handle complex mobisites, Multi column layout allowed, Well documented.
: Tricky to use, Few pre-built templates, Too many parameters to set.
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|Real Estate Flyer||School Poster||Car Dealer Flyer||Restaurant Menu||School Poster|
Features & Modules
Agenda, Click to call, Image, List, Map, Form, Ringtone download, Teaser, Video download, Point of interest, Wallpaper download, Adbanner, Analytics, Articles, Bouton Menu, Flash, Forward, Gallerry, Image Header, Link, Content List, Location, Markup, Messaging, Navigation, PageFooter, PageHeader, Pipedmenu, Poiltem, PoiList, RssItem, RssList, Separator, Showfile, TabbedMenu, Table, Tagcloud, Text, Ticker, Toolbar, Websearch, Container, Column, Group, Container, Column, Group, Include.
Using the mobile website creator
With Sitebuilder 2.0, you may build a mobile website from pre-fabricated templates or outright from a blank page. Once you have made your choice, you must configure various general settings of your mobile website (Name, Link, Keywords, etc.) and customize each one of your pages by using Sitebuilder2.0 backend control interface.
Sitebuilder’s backend control interface consists of 3 panels :
(1) At the left of the control interface, you may see the Navigation Panel [Panel 1] containing, according to the context, a list of your mobile pages (Mobisite map), or a list of modules presents in a selected page (Page map).
(2) In the middle of the control interface, you have [Panel 2]:
- Either Sitebuilder’s prebuilt pages library or Sitebuilder’s modules library.
- Or alternatively, an Editor Panel which can be used to edit page’s Generals properties or to change the properties and contents of page’s constituting modules.
(3) A preview panel [Panel 3] containing, according to your choice, either a preview of your mobile website or its Html code.
To add a prebuilt page to your mobile website, you simply need to drag any page of choice from the prebuilt pages library and drop it into the mobile website maps.
To edit any page of your mobile website, you must first select it among other pages on the mobile website map. This done, you need to set page general settings, SEO settings, links, styles and CSS by using corresponding customization tabs available in the Editor Panel. You can modify all settings at your taste to personalize the design and the properties of your mobile website.
To add content to any page, you should use the button Add element on the Page map, then slide modules of your choice from the Modules Library to the Page Maps section. You can add as many modules as you want in a page and you can customize separately each module’s contents by using filling forms that come with any of them in the Editor panel.