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Quicksilver launches Q-biz Website Builder


Quicksilver launches Q-biz Website Builder

From concept to online website in ten minutes

Quicksilver Internet has recently launched the new Q-biz Web Builder program; an affordable and user friendly way to design and run websites.

With its simple five step process, straightforward navigation and uncluttered interface, the Q-biz Website Builder is one of the quickest and easiest website creating tools available.

Most website construction programs require in depth knowledge of computer scripting languages such as HTML. Q-biz Website Builder, on the other hand, does all the scripting work behind the scenes, meaning even the least computer savvy user can have an attractive and functional site running within ten minutes.

The program leads the user through five phases covering components such as naming the site and its pages, hyperlinking pages, colour scheme, logos, images and content. It also allows the user to select a template for the site based on its purpose, with a choice of business, corporate or personal.

The program includes website editing and maintenance functions, allowing an existing site’s content and navigation to be altered, as well as the ability to manage files and folders uploaded on the site.

Quicksilver’s Q-biz Website Builder offers include domain hosting and up to 10 mailboxes.

A free online demo is available at: http://www.quicksilver.co.nz/sitebuilder

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