If you are new to building websites and don’t have a large budget, it is likely you will use a “drag and drop” style site builder. As compared to static HTML pages or websites built on WordPress, site builders such as Wix and Weebly use visuals rather than coding to make the experience as user friendly as possible.
While most web developers would frown on the use of either of these sites, they serve a very important function. Not all small business owners have an understanding of coding a website, nor have the thousands of dollars needed to have a custom built site. These “drag and drop” site builders make designing a professional looking website cheap and extremely easy compared to their counterparts. They also keep web developers on their toes, so that they do not overcharge clients. Though we suggest WordPress to anyone with the knowledge, time, and resources to build a site professionally, we will take a look at a comparison of the two “drag and drop” site builders: Wix and Weebly.