Create.net has devised a website builder that gives you a solid overall experience and an easy way to get your site and online store up and running with relative ease. There are 32 templates from which to choose, each of which has decent design options. On the downside, there aren’t many options for users that need a site for marketing, portfolios, medical, or education purposes. There are quite a few for restaurant applications, however. All templates are mobile responsive and highly customizable, so you can truly make the template you select all your own with some modifications. You can also use the template as it is and have a pleasing looking website right out of the box.
All Create.net sites have e-commerce capabilities. The entry-level package starts at $7.16/month, while more robust packages with expanded capabilities go up to above $50.00/month. Create.net offers a free 30-trial with each package, so you have plenty of time to decide if it’s the right package for you.
There are some features missing that would put Create.net on another level. For starters, you cannot download your site, although you can host it elsewhere, should you choose. Sites also do not come with native email, but it is available via third-party setups like Google. There are also limited support options. There is a robust online library of documents, but beyond that, Create.net only offers email-based support.
There is a lot to like about Create.net, particularly it’s robust e-commerce tools and pleasing templates. If you don’t need some features like email, and if you can overlook an at-times quirky editing experience, Create.net has quite a lot to offer people that need small, medium, or large e-commerce websites.