Starting in 2007, it has evolved over the last 13 years. It supports 15 languages and has a host of great features. These include blogs, an ecommerce capability, mobile apps and it's super simple for anyone to use. You need no technical knowledge or experience to build a stunning website yourself using the drag-and-drop editor. It's so intuitive, even a beginner can use it to build a professional website.
Weebly is a great solution for all types of websites. Anything from a personal blog and personal and professional portfolios to ecommerce stores and small business websites. Here are 10 great examples of sites built in Weebly for inspiration.
The website is simple and easy to navigate using a drop down menu. Its clean design uses stunning large images to illustrate its mission and work. It makes good use of the blog feature and encourages the support of their work with a donation page.
Infolexa is an information technology company. This website is a single page you can navigate using the menu bar in the header. It makes good use of white space to promote its services. Infolexa is a super simple website that works.
They make good use of embedded media to highlight their process and you can sign up to their newsletter. It is also an ecommerce store with a wide range of unusual organic products. They even provide a range of recipes using a photo gallery on the home page. The menu bar is at the top of the page and more extensive in the footer to make the site easy to navigate.
Argyle Yarn Shop
The Argyle Yarn Shop sells stunning yarns and is a knitting studio. It is an ecommerce store that makes use of Weebly’s ecommerce features to sell its all-natural colorful yarns, accessories and knitting classes. The Argyle Yarn Shop website is easy to navigate through the menu bar at the top of the page. They make good use of white space to highlight their products and services.
Caribeans is a coffee shop and organic chocolate factory in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica. It is richly colored to reflect the richness of its products.
The website is mostly one page with an additional three pages accessed by a menu bar across the top. Social media icons float as you scroll. It makes use of Weebly’s blog and ecommerce store for selling its wares.
Kikoplastic is a stunning website. It highlights the work of award-winning Spanish illustrator Alberto Pérez. The website is simple with a clean design. It makes use of brightly colored icons to display his illustrations.
This website is super simple with only three pages which you navigate using a menu on the top right-hand side of the page.
Leo Edwards Photography
Leo Edwards is an award winning British adventure photographer. His Weebly website is basically a portfolio of his work from around the world. Leo offers a free ebook in exchange for prospects leaving their contact information. Prints are available through his store and he uses embedded clips creatively on the press page.
Fusedale Design is a portfolio website showcasing the work of Nick Fusedale. Simply designed, it uses sliders with many pictures to showcase his projects. It has a static menu on the left-hand side set on a white background for easy navigation.
The Box Bros
The Box Bros is a simple, minimalist ecommerce website for handmade boxes. It is not stuffed full of information or content. While it is simple, it is elegant and functional at the same time. And it uses a simple call to action to take you to its products for sale.
Flaming Pear Software
Flaming Pear Software is all about Photoshop plug-ins. It is a simple software ecommerce store that makes good use of white space except on the landing page. Flaming Pear Software uses different brightly colored headers on each page and is easy to navigate using the static menu at the top of the page.
Take your Weebly site to the next level
As the sites above show, you can use Weebly to make a stunning, sophisticated website. But if you want to make your site as great as the ones we've featured, you should get some expert help.