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Feedback from hosts using SiteBuilder

Discussion in 'Legacy Sitebuilder Software' started by ZeroSixty, Jun 7, 2005.

  1. ZeroSixty

    ZeroSixty Guest


    To those of you who offer SiteBuilder to your clients:

    How have your clients responded to it? Is it well liked? Have your clients had anything good/bad to say about it's ease of use? Do you get a lot of support requests related to the SiteBuilder?

    Another question: Once a site has been published to a domain, is there something to prevent the user downloading the site (via FTP) and re-uploading to another domain? Can they then edit the original in SiteBuilder to something completely different (choose another template)? Basically, can you prevent users from creating several different sites with a single published site?

  2. ZeroSixty

    ZeroSixty Guest

    Can anyone answer any of these questions? SWsoft will not respond to my questions :mad:
  3. nwdhosting

    nwdhosting Guest

    SiteBuilder generates a static web site with a nice design, and provides some basic tools for editing that site. Once the site has been published to a server, there is nothing that would prevent a user from downloading a copy of that site (via FTP) to their local machine and editing it.

    The integration between SiteBuilder and PWSE is non-existent, which is too bad. Right about the time that users "outgrow" SiteBuilder, they would be ready for PWSE. Unfortunately, PWSE will quite happily overwrite a SiteBuilder web site without warning, and unlike SiteBuilder there isn't any documentation about PWSE to speak of.