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Summary :

Webeden will be sufficient for a proportion of people looking to build a website but seems to be a little behind the times and is in need of a revamp. The plans are well priced and for someone looking to launch a basic online store Webeden will not be beaten, well at least not in price.
The editor lacks as certain something and is in drastic need of makeover, to sum it up Webeden on a whole is more 1995 than HTML 5!

Value for Money :

Webeden offer 4 paid plans ranging from $5.40/month to $31.50 for the ‘max’ plan. The entry plan ‘lite’ removes any advertising from your site but doesn’t come with a free domain so may be overlooked by most users. When upgrading the first worthwhile package to look at will be the ‘standard’ plan, offering not only a domain but increased space and up to 5 sites. One strong feature of Webeden is their ‘shop’ feature which is offered across all plans with more products being offered as you increase plans. Although $31.50 is a top end price in this industry, the ‘max’ plan offers a very strong E-Commerce package giving you the ability to sell up to 1000 products on your website. Also note that if you are sampling the ‘free’ plan the trial only lasts 14 days and then you will have to make a decision on which plan you want to move forward with.

Editor :

The website editor is a true drag and drop editor which gives you free rein on what you can move and where. The Icons and the majority of the text within the editor are unnecessarily small and difficult to see therefore making navigating around the features tough. Once you are used to the size of the font etc the way everything works is self-explanatory and easy enough to pick up. The guidelines outlining what will appear on your website aren’t visible so placing pictures and text can be a bit of a lottery. The editor does differentiate the elements of your site which appear across all of you pages well, not allowing you to edit them without warning but then mirroring your changes site wide if you choose to. All in all the Webeden editor feels very dated and crashes too often leaving you with no option but to log out and back in again.

Templates :

The templates on offer here are of a decent standard but aren’t displayed well enough which seems to be a running theme across Webeden. That being said there are plenty to choose from and seem to cater for a wide range of needs. A simple filter helps you narrow down your search for a template offering a wide range of options.

Additional Features :

As previously mentioned Webeden offer a very strong E-Commerce package across all plans, however there isn’t much else that whets the appetite when comparing its features to its competition. There are very few add-ons or premium features, it’s very much a what you see is what you get product relying on its strong E-Commerce presence.

Guides and Customer Service :

The intro guide is pretty impressive, walking you through step by step using in editor highlighters explaining how to start creating your website. The editor does however lack help once you are past that point. The editor does house a help tab that allows you to read through some FAQs, download a starter guide or submit a ticket. Premium customer will have access to improved support and quicker response times.

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