Wordpress vs. Premium Website Builder

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caspianblacksea / 25 Points
2012-10-29 1:22 pm EST
I am trying to set up a simple, static-page, 3-column website using Wordpress. It's stucture should be something like www.coffeedetective.com, www.diva-girl-parties-and-stuff.com and www.flat-stomach-exercises.com.

WP however is rather tricky with CSS, though I have experience with HTML.

Would Premium Website Builder be sufficient and more user friendly to accomplish this? Should I switch over to it?


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16,349 Points
2012-10-29 1:59 pm EST
Hello Caspianblacksea,

The Plesk Premium Web Builder is for beginners and strictly follows the themes/templates that are available in software application as you run it. Wordpress allows you far more flexibility, and may be the better route, though you may have to download a specific theme for the look you're seeking. When you load Wordpress and look in the THEMES section, you can atually search based on 3 columns (in the INSTALL themes section of the Wordpress Admin) and you'll find a bunch of themes formatted that way. The builder won't let you do that.

My suggestion is that you review the available themes before you decide.

If you have any further questions, please contact technical support or leave a comment at the bottom of the page.


Arnel C.

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