Jimdo Review 2016

2016 Jimdo Review

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Simple editor with outdated designs

Jimdo's pages consist of areas where you can insert items. Objects are piled on top of each other, but there is a columns item that you can use to place objects next to each other. Machinable areas function perfectly - until they no longer do so. As an example, by default, you can insert items into a gray area of this style sheet.

So I decide not to put any items in it, and yet it still shows up on my theme - so there's no way to turn off an area that can be edited if you don't want to use it. Oddly enough, the bottom row is not an area that can be edited, so you cannot include items in your bottom row.

Quite slow (especially in comparison to the mighty Footline Printers in Website Builder like Weebly). Some parts of the editorial team are feeling badly thought out. Example: The Blogs builder will invite you to "Select a suggested layout", but if you click on it, you will get page layout choices - not for blogs. It is the name of the corresponding program.

Instead of embedding the content in the pages, Jimdo chose to abstract the content. Unfortunately, Jimdo only contains a cookies cutters contract request page (name, e-mail, comments) that does not allow you to attach extra boxes. The Jimdo has iPhone, iPad and Android applications that allow you to perform complete website edits - I frankly can't imagine any other website builders that let you do the complete website edits on them.

So, if you need to create a website with an iPhone or Android application, Jimdo is the best choice. After uploading my wallpaper, I scaled it to retinal size - but while it was finished in the editors, it was blurred in the online versions of my website!

No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. Unfortunately, Jimdo topics usually just seem a little easy and old. The customisation is great - you should enable Jimdo's style by item function. Here you can choose an item and define the look for it. It' s noteworthy that you don't define your own stores for single items, but for each item of that group.

So, when you choose a headline, you edit the styles for all headlines. All Jimdo gave me was to buy a year's package, not a month's package.

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