Onepager is an interesting website builder because it scores very high on some measures and very low on others. The good news is that Onepager’s incredibly easy workflow will get you online in just a matter of minutes. The editor is extraordinarily simple to use. All Onepager websites are natively responsive, so the website you create will render correctly on smartphones and tablets.
Onepager also scores high for the support it provides to its users, with in-depth guides, how-to videos, and FAQs that help users navigate most common problems. Onepager also has incredible SEO tools, including Schema.org markups, which help search engines navigate the site for crawling and indexing purposes. That’s a feature you won’t find with many website builders. All of these features are offered on all paid plans, which start at $8/month. You get simple e-commerce tools at that price point as well.
The negatives, however, are quite significant. There are only 16 themes from which to choose, each of which is incredibly ugly and very basic. In fact, the themes alone negate most of the benefits you receive by building a site with Onepager. Add in the fact that there are very few customization options for the themes, no ability to download your site, and no options for email, the value of Onepager falls into serious question. There are also no specialized templates at all – nothing specifically for marking, medical, restaurants, education, portfolios, or other popular needs – so whatever your website’s purpose, you’ll have to try to customize a theme to fit your unique situation.