(The Hosting News) – BaseKit, the world’s most flexible website builder and hosting service, today introduces advanced design and editing features to its website building platform. This allows entrepreneurs and small businesses across the world to take complete control over the design and hosting of their website, without the need to code.
BaseKit’s new design and editing features give users the freedom to create a website on their own terms, without having to enlist expensive external help from web designers. Using the intuitive platform, novice users can create websites within minutes and have the flexibility to build the site they want, how they want. It’s possible to use an existing template as a starting point, which can then be adapted or reconfigured in any way the user likes, with no technical know-how required.
The key features include:
- Easy-to-use design and editing features
- Drag-and-drop graphics from any external application
- Can be viewed on iPhones and iPads, which are unable to display Flash-based websites
- All design features are accessed from your web browser, there’s nothing to download
“This is a major enhancement for our customers, allowing them to create and manage professional websites easily” said Chris Winstanley, VP of Marketing, BaseKit. “It can be very difficult for start-ups and entrepreneurs to build quality websites without having to invest large sums of money in web design agencies and we aim to level the playing field. The design and editing tools we’re launching today add to our hugely successful web design platform. In our short history, our software has already enabled over 100,000 individuals and businesses across the world to create, host and manage their websites.”
Packages start from £6 (US$10) per month, which includes unlimited access to the website editor, hosting with generous or unlimited bandwidth, access to locally based support staff and over a hundred professionally designed templates. BaseKit also offers a free trial account.
For more information on BaseKit, please visit: http://www.basekit.com/