Since launching its public beta in early 2014, SiteSupra, a newly open-sourced website builder, has come a long way.
I initially reviewed SiteSupra a few months after its release, but since then, the platform has released a slew of new features and has even gone open source in order to ignite interest. All positive moves ahead of the advancement from public beta.
Here's an introductory video to give you an idea of what SiteSupra does.
Seeing a developing, open-source project make advancements like this is always good to see as far as I'm concerned.
SiteSupra's CEO, Anton Sulsky, made the following comments:
“Our customers love SiteSupra's powerful CMS features, gorgeous templates and responsive layout. After a full fifteen-month test in beta version, we are proud to present a stable and capable yet simple user interface without interfering with the programming code.
We've made the website market significantly more accessible for small and mid-sized businesses, as SiteSupra now has one of the lowest pricing plans on the market”.
The company wanted to create something which would incorporate a powerful interface, highly-professional layouts, drag-and-drop page builder and responsive designs by default into one platform.”
SiteSupra offers up three subscription options: the Standard package costs $4.99 for 2GB of space and 5GB traffic. The Business package includes e-commerce, unlimited traffic and unlimited space, at the price of $12.99. The advanced free plan is available with 50MB of space, 500MB traffic, and 20 entirely customizable pages.
Check out the SiteSupra website to get started on your project today.
Plus, you can explore more of SiteSupra and SiteSupra Open Source via our CMS Directory.