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    How To Copy And Paste Stuff Into Your Website

    Hi.

    I wanted to know if there is any way to copy and paste things you want into your website? For example, are there websites that have a bunch of ready made designs that you can copy and paste into your own website? Because webpage builders have a limited selection.

    For example, a contact form, or a newsletter sign up widget. It would also be good if its highly customizable. That would help a lot.

    Thanks

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    It depends on whether you are using a free webhost like WIX or Weebly, or you have a shared webhost account (example GoDaddy). Who and where is your website hosted?

    Usually with public or pay for use copyrighted images, you download them to your PC and then upload to your website either using an editor program or FTP file transfer protocol ... software such as FileZilla.

    Webhosts that have "build it yourself" sites might have a drag and drop (from your PC folder to your online website).


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    I use Wix. At first it seemed like a good choice but now Im not so sure. I guess I should ask what is the best website service? There must be something better than Wix.

    And to answer your question I have my own business dotcom on Wix. Im looking for professional looking web templates and easy to drap and drop widgets, forms, etc.

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    I've heard this is a good webhost:
    https://www.bluehost.com/hosting/shared

    I am thinking about subscribing to the basic plan which includes the domain name.

    If you search their site, you can find out more about their own webhost builder (non-wordpress).
    It seems to be OK. Or you could use wordpress on their service ... but I would rather not use wordpress.

    Once you get into needing features like SQL databases, secure logins, etc. you might have to know some scripting skills like PHP.



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