The RvSiteBuilder Pro seems like a great deal. Its got 435 templates and costs less than $12 a month per server. We get alot of customers who want to start a website but the website creation process is too daunting for them. Something like this has got to be a powerful selling point for hosting but I just dont see anyone talking about how beneficial it is or how much more business they do because of it. Since we have a little storefront we get walk-ins who ask about basic site creation but by the time I explain it all to them they are lost and usually just walk away without doing anything. This seems like a better way to snag that kind of sale.
If you get a chance after you get it installed and use it a bit please leave some feedback here for us.I'm going to order RVSiteBuilder Pro right now. I will install it and see how it works, mostly concerned about system performance impact and ease of use for clients.
It may integrate with cPanel, but I have not implemented that feature (if it exists). I just tell people to go to theirdomain.com/zen and log in with their regular web hosting id/password.I've not yet installed it, so I can't yet assess how well it integrates with cpanel.... I am simply hoping that the cpanel integration is as well done and hassle-free.
Indeed it generates independent fully-portable HTML. BUT... once you edit it outside of the siteZEN system, then you cannot bring it back into siteZEN. You cannot import existing pages into siteZEN (I doubt any program like this lets you do that). So, once you start editing it outside of siteZEN, then it needs to stay out.Incidentally, it seems that you are implying that a user can build a site with the site-builder, and then use the site on a non-site-builder equipped account - is that correct? In other words, if I build a site with the site-builder, does it require the site-builder to function, or does the site-builder simply generate independent fully-portable html code that can be subsequently moved anywhere and modified directly?
I think they are fixing that with the next release. Its in the forums on their site. I am still playing with RVSB but so far I like the quick response by their tech people and they seem to be adding new features quickly.My only issue with RVSiteBuilder is the warning msgs it throws (in WHM) after each upgrade. Basically the issue is that the php.ini for the 3rdParty apps gets updated after each upgrade and you keep getting the warnings that require a perl script to be run on the server, after which it requires cpanel to be restarted...
I wish you could disable those things or set the php.ini to stop changing... but can't have everything... Other than that, I like it and my less web savy users like it.
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