Top 10 Tools For Creating Beautiful Websites


I’m a huge fan of simple, easy-to-use website builders. There’s no need to spend weeks learning how to code when you can build the website of your dreams in a weekend! With some of these tools, it’s possible to create something absolutely beautiful without any experience whatsoever. The following are my favorite tools for building websites that are both functional and visually pleasing.


WordPress is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL. WordPress was selected as the most popular CMS in August 2013 by W3Techs, with more than 60% of web sites using it. WordPress is both free and simple to use, which makes it a great choice for bloggers who want to customize their own site but don’t have time or skill to do so.

WordPress has over 30 million users worldwide, with over 200,000 themes available for you to choose from when creating your website! There are also tons of plugins available that will help you add additional functionality and design elements to your website.

If that wasn’t enough, WordPress also comes bundled with an easy-to-use interface for managing your content and adding new pages/posts without needing any programming knowledge whatsoever!


Wix is a drag and drop website builder that allows you to create professional looking websites without having any technical knowledge. It’s a great tool for beginners who want to create their first website and start learning about how the internet works. The interface is easy to use, the design templates are attractive and there are plenty of pre-made features like blogs, galleries, contact forms etc.

Wix’s big advantage is its ease of use – it’s great if you’re just getting started with creating your own website.

Another benefit of Wix is that it has excellent support tools including a free phone number where you can speak live with an agent as well as other useful resources such as guides on how to get started with different aspects of your new site (like setting up e-commerce).


If you’re planning to sell physical products, Shopify is a good choice. It has a good e-commerce platform, and the user interface is easy to use.

Shopify is also great if you’re just starting out with your business and want to get it off the ground quickly.


Squarespace is a great tool for creating beautiful websites. It has a great user interface, making it easy to use and navigate. The templates and themes are plentiful, so you can find one that’s perfect for your needs.

If you’re not happy with what they have available (or if you need something more specific), Squarespace allows you to customize the look of your site down to the smallest detail. You also don’t need any coding experience or special skills—just be sure to take advantage of the amazing support team when needed!


Weebly is a drag and drop website builder that allows you to create a website without dabbling in code. With Weebly, you can create an eye-catching website without having to learn HTML or CSS. All you have to do is select your template, add some content, and start sharing your creations with your audience.

Weebly includes basic features such as eCommerce functionality and social sharing buttons so that anyone can easily build their own online store or promote their business online. You don’t need any coding experience to use Weebly—you only need creativity!

Google Sites

Google Sites is a free, easy-to-use tool that lets you create and share web pages. It has no coding or design skills required, so it’s perfect for beginners. Google Sites allows you to create a website quickly and easily without any programming knowledge. You can add text, images, video and other items with just a few clicks of your mouse.

It’s also extremely easy to use–there are pre-designed templates that help guide you through the process of creating your own webpage in minutes. The great thing about this tool is that there’s nothing complicated about how it works: once you’ve created your site on Google Sites (which takes roughly 20 minutes), anyone can view it on the web!


Magento was first released in 2008 and has since become the most-used open source e-commerce platform. It’s used by more than 250,000 merchants worldwide to build their online stores, with sites including eBay, Target, Nike and Amazon among them.

Magento is a powerful e-commerce solution that can help you set up your own online store or build a website for your business. It comes with dozens of customizable templates (free or paid), plus integration with third-party apps such as Google Analytics and MailChimp so you can track your performance or send emails to customers directly from within Magento itself.

It boasts easy-to-use tools that let you create a store quickly while also offering enough features for more advanced users who want to customize their store’s look and feel in order to make it unique from other businesses selling similar products.


Duda is a free and open source content management system. It’s lightweight, easy to use and customize, and it has an intuitive user interface. Duda comes with everything you need from a CMS: a WYSIWYG editor, an administration area that can be accessed remotely via FTP or SFTP (secure file transfer protocol), and the ability to manage users and permissions for each section of your website. Best of all? Duda is always being updated by its community members who contribute new features all the time!

Duda is built using PHP 7 and MySQL 5+, so it can run on any Linux server running Apache 2 or Nginx 1.10+. It supports multilingual websites with localization support in over 40 languages including English (American/British), Spanish (Mexican/Colombian), French (Canadian/French) Portuguese (Brazilian) German Italian Turkish Dutch Swedish Danish Norwegian Russian Polish Czech Slovak Hungarian Slovenian Croatian Serbian Romanian Estonian Latvian Lithuanian Malay Ukrainian Vietnamese Arabic Korean Hebrew Hindi Thai Chinese Simplified Chinese Traditional Chinese Japanese Korean

Adobe Dreamweaver CC

Adobe Dreamweaver CC is a web design tool that allows you to create and edit HTML and CSS. As it’s an Adobe product, you can expect all of the bells and whistles that come along with the rest of their line-up—like user-friendly interfaces and helpful tutorials.

One caveat: It’s not free. If you’re looking for something that’s less expensive than this one (but still good), check out Muse or Squarespace instead.


This list is not exhaustive, but it does provide a good overview of the many options available to you when it comes to building beautiful websites. Each platform has its own pros and cons, so be sure to do your research before choosing one that suits your needs.

There are plenty more tools out there too (including some we haven’t covered here) so don’t forget about them either!

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