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  1. #1
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    Psoft site studio or Swsoft's site builder?

    G'day,
    I'm in a bit of a dilemma here:
    I'm going to be choosing a sitebuilder to offer to my clients, as not everyone is good with websites, so I have narrowed my choice down to 2 choices:
    Psoft's site studio
    And Swsoft's sitebuilder.

    Any suggestions or feedback?

    I've done a search and skimmed over about 5 pages and no luck.

    Thanks in advance.
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  2. #2
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    Without a doubt - sitebuilder yes, site studio no.

    No question about it.

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  3. #3
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    I'm currently using SiteBuilder, it's pretty good for what it's supposed to do. Not PHP5 compatible, I have to keep a 2nd instance of Apache with PHP4 (default install from PLESK) to run SiteBuilder. But other than that, it work pretty well.
    Sarcasm, the 6th Ponyman of the Apocalypse.
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  4. #4
    Our problem with sitestudio was that they refused to update their software to work with the latest verision of Java, even though there was a known exploit in the older verision of Java. Now that Comodo owns them, maybe they have changed their thinking....

    SiteBuilder is good, but want my first choice. :-)
    Tony Holloway
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  5. #5
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    Now that Comodo owns them, maybe they have changed their thinking....
    Comodo owns them from long time ago from what I know.

    We use sitestudio for linux and sitebuilder for windows integrated with plesk for windows. And the sitebuilder it's the one that I personally like, but sitebuilder it's more reseller friendly from my point of view.
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  6. #6
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    Quote Originally Posted by tuwebfacil
    And the sitebuilder it's the one that I personally like, but sitebuilder it's more reseller friendly from my point of view.
    Definetly a relative snap to rebrand.

    The only beef I have with the sitebuilder for windows is that it's generating ASP.NET instead of HTML. Otherwise, it's a beautiful product

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