XPRS is a new entrant into the website building game, and it has made a swift impact on the industry. XPRS uses a proprietary technology called polydoms to build websites. Essentially, the website building process involves placing pre-made content blocks together to create the website. Each content block is highly customizable – and easy to customize at that – and results in a streamlined website building experience.
One of the highlights of XPRS is its gorgeous templates. In fact, you’ll be hard-pressed to find better-looking themes. There are over 150 possibilities, each of which gives you a solid basis for a new website. All templates are mobile responsive. There are templates for a wide variety of needs, including portfolios, landing pages, and restaurants. There are many speciality templates too, such as those for law firms and creative professionals. Some popular template types, like those for education and medical purposes, are missing, however.
XPRS offers a good support system in case you run into problems or have general questions. There is a robust knowledge base that includes a FAQs section as well as how-to articles that give you the step-by-step instructions for completing many common tasks. XPRS also offers email-based support with 24/7 assistance.
If you need an email address, sign up for a premium account and XPRS will provide you with one. The pricing for XPRS is quite good, with a free package available to students, non-profits, and creative professionals, and a business package starting at just $7.95/month, which includes the possibility of adding an online store to your page. You won’t find access to ecommerce at such a low price elsewhere, although, unfortunately, the ecommerce tool on XPRS is not user-friendly. Another area that’s lacking with XPRS is the ability to download your site.
All in all, XPRS is a great value with incredible templates and a lot to offer people that need to build a personal or non-ecommerce website.