Site Spinner V2 Review

No Spin Zone - SiteSpinner is great

Submitted by David on Thu, 2006-01-19 09:57.
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The lowest price: 41.65$
You can buy it at RegNow for that price.
Very easy to use, everything can be cone in "what you see is what you get" (WYSIWYG) mode.
You can't view a template before you select it. It's a minor annoyance

ere's the deal. You need to design and build a website. There are lots of ways to build one, from hand-coding in HTML to FrontPage to Dreamweaver to Fusion to ...

Why is SiteSpinner so great? I'll try to give an analogy. Have you ever built an org chart in M/S Word? It's certainly possible, since one can create lines, boxes, and text in Word. But no one would do it, simply because Word is focused on text processing, not on free-form graphic manipulation. You'd probably use PowerPoint instead, right?

Well, the same thing goes for webpage authoring. You could use FrontPage, which is very Word-like (meaning: cumbersome). Or you could use SiteSpinner, which looks and feels much like Powerpoint. Want a box here? Done. Want some text over there? Done. Change something else? Done. It's that easy.

SiteSpinner is not limited to simple stuff. You can get as elaborate as you want, and can also insert chunks of HTML or Javascript code for special functions.

This is a very clever program, and a bargain for the price they charge. A dedicated forum is friendly and very useful, and questions are quickly answered by not only the authors but also by other users.


Instead of using complex frames like Front Page and others, SiteSpinner works on a system of boxes you create and size with a mouse, then move to wherever you want that element.