SiteCompiler is a free software by THP-FOUNDATION and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 2012.
You can download SiteCompiler which is 1.75 MB in size and belongs to the software category WEB Design. SiteCompiler was released on 2017-04-24 and last updated on our database on 2017-04-26 and is currently at version 0.5.
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SiteCompiler is a straightforward piece of software designed from the ground up to make it as simple as possible for you to create run-of-the-mill websites, without requiring HTML or CSS skills from your part.
Simplistic website builder that requires very little skill to install and to get it up and running
Getting started with this utility requires you to undergo a typical, uneventful, wizard-based deployment process. Upon launching the app, you are greeted by an outdated yet somewhat novice-accessible user-interface.
You can effortlessly create the main section of your future website directly from the app's main window by simply inputting the title, the name of the site, and the website description in the appropriate fields.
Provides you with a few straightforward modes for creating websites
There are other ways of creating websites, as well. Either from the menu bar or the app's main window, you can access the W3.css-programming and the dynamic site modes. The first one makes use of a w3.css file to enhance the way your website looks while the later allows you to create websites with dynamic style .css files.
The DirectConnect Technology function can also help you upload your freshly created websites directly to FTP servers. Even though it seems fairly straightforward, you might get stuck from time to time. This is where we have to point out that the app also comes with a documentation section, unfortunately, it's just as "spartan" as the app's interface.
Create websites in mere seconds with the help of this stripped-down yet potentially useful app
To conclude, if you're looking for a convenient way of building uncomplicated websites without having to master HTML or CSS, then SiteCompiler might be well-worth a quick try-out.