Do It Yourself Website Builder

A DIY (Do It Yourself Website Builder) is a way for you to create and publish a website, without having to know how to write codes.

In the past, you had to know how to write HTML and CSS codes if you wanted to put anything online.

This is not the case anymore.

Anyone, including you, can create an online website presence quickly and easily – without knowing how to code.

Building a website for your business, to share your hobbies, or just for whatever reasons, you either had to learn how to code, learn how to get hosting services to get your website up, and all sorts of technical mumbo jumbo that majority of the people either don’t have the time or interest to learn.

It’s that, or you would have to pay thousands of dollars to hire a programmer to build it for you. Most people just don’t have the money or appetite to commit to this.

These hurdles or barriers to create your website are now gone.

You can sign up with Red Foot Hosting Website Builder, and start dragging and dropping text, images, slideshows, or videos into an editor, and publish your own website with just a click.

Using a DIY website builder means there is no coding necessary, you don’t need thousands of dollars, and you can get something good published in under an hour.


A DIY website builder is a program that is accessible online (it is a software) the program allows you to start inserting components such as text, images, slideshows, etc, into a blank canvas so you can start populating your website.

You can also select from a variety of free beautiful and professional templates to give your website a unique look and design.

(Click here if you are want to look at free, professional ecommerce templates)

The DIY website creator will also host your website for you, so you don’t have to worry about all the technical details of setting up hosting (including configuration, security updates, etc).

What does this mean? For a website to “exist” on the internet, someone has to “host” the website. Simplistically, the host will power your website so that people can visit it on the internet.

In general, a good DIY website builder will take care of all the technical parts of website creation, so you can quickly insert your own content and get your site up and running.

Learn more about Red Foot Hosting Website Builder.