Most tools involve tradeoffs. Some are easy to use but lack customization, others are difficult to use but highly customizable. At a high level, no-code tools for small websites can be broken into three categories— each with unique strengths:
Visual drag-and-drop editors that require no-coding. What I recommend for most small websites.
Examples: Squarespace, Wix, Weebly, Webflow
Tools focussed only on building ecommerce websites. What I'd recommend for sophisticated ecommerce websites.
Examples: Shopify, BigCommerce, WooCommerce
A flexible CMS that comes with a bit of a learning curve. Huge open source community. Free to use but will require a paid host.
Example Hosts: BlueHost, Kinsta, Siteground
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Collections of beautiful website examples— made with Wordpress, Squarespace, Weebly and other top website builders.