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BT Community Web Kit


Dragonfly2

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Has anyone heard of, or used, BT Community Web Kit?

I've just come across it, looking for a new free website builder, with easy to use templates, for a social club.

Have you used it please - is it any good?

I might just add that we've already got a good (not free) website, but I want another to play around with for a special project. I've been trying Yola, but it doesn't quite fit the bill as it's difficult to cut and paste from Word into it, and it's not possible to create tables easily.

Any comments about the BT site would be helpful please.

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varindia

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For the professional website BT Community webkit is ok. But the another parameters need to be consider like the code it produces are of web 2.0 standards or not, whether search engine friendly or not.

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