Webzai is a middle-of-the-road website builder that has some nice features but lacks many of the high-end tools that make other website builders shine. There are just 20 templates to choose from, though the templates are generally well-designed and eye-catching. You can select from various categories, including those for business, restaurants, and portfolios, among others. There are no dedicated templates for popular niches like education and medical needs, though there is a blank template you can use to start your site from scratch to fit your specific needs. All templates are mobile responsive, so your site will render properly on any device.
The website editor functions well, though there is a bit of a learning curve. On the positive side, the editor has guides and rulers that help you arrange on-page elements in a clean, aesthetically-pleasing manner. There is also an undo button and direct access to support right from the editor in case you find yourself in trouble. Missing, however, is a blog or robust e-commerce tools. Sites do not come with email, and you cannot download your site either. Support, though easy to access, is also limited to online documentation and email.
Pricing for Webzai starts with a free plan that’s a nice introductory package, although there are precious few features. Paid plans start at $6.00/month and go up to $20.00/month. While those prices sound great, considering there is no ability to blog or open an online store, those prices are quite high for what you get.