Top internet hosting provider Bluehost has joined the website builder market with its launch of a new platform designed as an editor for WordPress.
Bluehost’s new website builder has drag and drop modifying, reside modifying, cell modifying, and inventory picture repository. It also contains over 300 templates, full WordPress entry and customized CSS.
In providing extra than simply internet hosting, Bluehost stated it is dedicated to growing WordPress options for all sorts of internet sites.
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The firm claims that its new website builder can reduce down the time it takes to create a totally functioning website by 25%.
It also contains templates for particular website varieties and use-cases, and offers the choice to edit web sites for cell, desktop and tablets.
“Creativity has no boundaries, and neither ought to your website, so we set forth to create a website constructing expertise leveraging WordPress’ sturdy performance,” stated Paula Drum, Chief Marketing Officer at Bluehost dad or mum firm Newfold Digital.
“We know that many customers outgrow the capabilities of traditional drag-and-drop website builders and need to upgrade to a more flexible platform such as WordPress. The Bluehost website builder gives users complete design freedom with all the tools and functionality one would expect from WordPress without traditional website builder limitations so users can build their websites with maximum flexibility from the start.”
The website builder comes with a device referred to as ‘Mix Mode’ which permits customers to leverage the design performance of WordPress’ Gutenberg editor with any webpage being edited.
“We are thrilled to introduce a new Bluehost product that empowers new users to build on WordPress, which powers more than 42% of the web,” stated Nicholas Rasmussen, Director of WordPress Business Development at Newfold Digital.
“Bluehost has contributed to both WordPress software development and the community since 2012. We are excited for the future of Gutenberg and we will continue to contribute to the advancement of the project.”