Weebly vs. Jimdo
Weebly offers a free online website creator. It uses a simplistic widget-based site builder. All of Weebly’s site elements are drag-and-drop. Weebly works with both Microsoft Windows and Mac OS computers. Weebly automatically generates a mobile version of each website.
Weebly offers page design templates for quick starts and users can create custom sites using Weebly’s click-and-drag elements. Elements include RSS feeders, photo galleries, YouTube videos, and Google Maps. The custom HTML click-and-drag element lets users add features that the service doesn’t offer automatically. The site offers more than 100 themes.
Weebly lets site owners use their own domain name if one is available. Users can buy a domain name from Weebly or re-direct it from elsewhere. The default site URL is yourname.weebly.com.
Weebly supports basic features for blogging and e-Commerce. Site owners can develop simple stores with payments through eitherPayPal or Google Checkout. Storage through Weebly is unlimited. However, the service restricts individual file sizes.
The basic Jimdo service is free; users of the basic service have their website names as the site name and .jimdo.com. They also receive additional storage space and no advertisements. Jimdo puts the power of website creation in the hands of ordinary people. Anyone can share their passions and interests on the Internet -- on their own website -- simply and easily. Jimdo is free, and you don't need to know how to code or run a server to have a website. And not just any old website! You can start an online business, write a blog, send a newsletter, add your tweets, embed YouTube videos, link your Facebook Page, and embed almost any kind of widget you can imagine. Jimdo is a website creator for today's