Unelma Platforms Launches Easy-to-Use Websites Building Platform: HaveWebsite.com

HaveWebsite is flexible and easy to use with feature rich themes and templates. Using HaveWebsite users can quickly change the site appearance or bootstrap the project with professional ready designed templates. The users can also create their custom theme and template using HaveWebsite theme creator. 

With just a click of a button, users can drag-and-drop images, elements, and build top-notch layouts with feature rich websites that the users want. 

Unelma Platforms is a software platform development company, so HaveWebsite is the complete platform where users can utilise the inbuilt HaveWebsite code editor which enables users to write code in HTML, CSS and JavaScript for advanced usage. For normal usage, users can simply use a drag-and-drop feature, and no coding knowledge is required. Just by clicking on HaveWebsite elements the markup can be highlighted in the editor, and any change in the markup changes can be instantly visible to the site users are creating.

HaveWebsite also comes with easy to use image editor so that users can forget about photoshop knowledge for resizing, uploading, editing, organising, cropping, drawing and adding different types of shapes or sizes.  The entire website development project can be exported and published as a fully production-ready site with a single click from the HaveWebsite - website building platform.

HaveWebsite is the most powerful and easy to use website and HTML building platform. It has not just text editor, drag-and drop capabilities, context menu, translatable user interface, live CSS editors but also image editor, theme and template building capacity, code editor, and flexible elements. 

HaveWebsite.com is ready for the public; an early beta version is launched free to use by anyone. 

Also reported in PR, BroadWayWorld

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