Streamline Your Website Building with Blocks
You can create beautiful, dynamic websites without having to write a bunch of code. Try this Blocks Pack while it’s on sale.
There are a number of habits that make developers successful. One of the most important is the ability to work efficiently. If you’re trying to improve your web development skills or increase your production this year, there’s no shame in taking a tech shortcut here or there. With The Complete Blocks Website Building Pack, you might start to wonder why you were writing so much code in the first place. It’s on sale for just $49.99 (normally $169).
Blocks 4 earned a perfect five-star rating from G2, as well as 4.8 stars from Product Hunt and 4.5 stars from Macworld. It’s a seamless website builder that comes with all the features you need to create a responsive website, without ever having to write a line of code.
As the name suggests, Blocks consists of pre-built, fully coded blocks that you can drag and drop directly onto your site for fast, efficient, and clean building. You can customize the look of your site with intuitive visual style controls and local and Google web fonts, and add cool touches like animations and parallax scrolling effects with just a few clicks.
No matter what you’re building a website for, Blocks has you covered. You can set up e-commerce with payment integrations from major commerce providers, add Twitter and Open Graph social cards, allow visitors to chat with Disqus support, and more. Blocks also provides automatic sitemap generation to improve SEO and gives you security features like reCAPTCHA and automatic backup to ensure that every version of your website stays secure and doesn’t get lost. It even integrates with a range of content management systems for easy adoption.
Make your web development an absolute breeze. To have 4 blocks plus three add-ons in The Complete Blocks website building setnow on sale 70% off $169 at just $49.99.
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