I just finished a new website, done on squarespace. I hired
someone to help it, and it was really well worth it to have a
totally updated and responsive site. Admittedly, I did add a few
customization, so it may be more fancy than you are looking for,
but I figured it was a good time to become current.
Squarespace is recommended as easier to use, and more versatile in
choices for layouts, etc., than say WordPress. The thing is that
they must host it, so there is an annual fee.
I had originally done my own site in Adobe muse, and it was
serviceable, but was not responsive to the many device sizes out
there. Now my site works on phones, tablets as well as computers,
and works well with all browsers.
Take a look:
Good luck! I will be interested to hear what other folks are
Chris Gralapp, MA, CMI, FAMI
On 4/30/2020 9:30 AM, Taina Litwak
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I do not have a functional web site at this point. My original one (20 yeasr old) stopped functioning except as a splash page several years ago. So I need to start from scratch.
I just want to make a straightforward portfolio site, that looks individual. Anyone using one fo the building and hosting sites and like it? Looking for one that's fairly easy to use. Thinking about Weebly...
Any help appreciated.
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