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Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Oct 25th, 2002, 7:07am
Don't be shy!
Post here the URL of your Web site created with EasyWebEditor or 1site, so you will have a free ad, and the others will see how nice it is
Maybe they could give you some nice suggestions on how to improve it!
Posted by: daniel Posted on: Jan 11th, 2003, 4:30pm
Hi !
I'm a happy 1Site user  
HTML is such a pain  , and I'm so happy   to be able to create and administrate my web site WITHOUT learning it   using 1Site. A great product !
I personally recommended it to every people that don't want to invest time and energy in learning a so badly structured language and syntax as HTML is ! Better use a good product that hide its awful syntax completely.
Now, if you want to take a look to my site:
Cheers !
Posted by: thenrifish Posted on: Jan 15th, 2003, 5:13pm
Did some fine tuning today and have a late version of my website posted. I can't believe how easy this is. I don't know anything about HTML. Check it out!
Posted by: thenrifish Posted on: Jan 15th, 2003, 5:17pm
WOW- Looked at the new sites and they are awesome. I thought I was doing O.K. but I see others are doing TERRIFIC!
Posted by: Kevin Waugh Posted on: Jan 17th, 2003, 3:45am
Ok, might as well show off the work I've been doing.
I built this  site for a recreational over 30's hockey team in the UK.  
I think I've got a bit carried away with opening up new windows and I need to reduce some of the graphics for faster loading - but at least EWE gives me a chance to play around easily and quickly to explore the possibilities.  
<Yes,  I know I could use frames - but prefer to avoid that if possible >
Posted by: twinka Posted on: Mar 26th, 2003, 3:44pm
Hi everyone!  
This is a new experience for me to SING THE PRAISES of a product.  I am totally new at doing a website.  I have never touched any classes on it or have had any knowledge of html and I still don't.  I surfed around and found some trial programs, but this is the one I thought looked the least complicated yet giving a wide variety of designs. Your creations are only limited by your imagination.
A very important selling factor to me is that the EWE also seemed professional.  It is not just a fly by night thing someone created and then they disappear never to be found again.    
I downloaded the trial version.  I LOVE IT,  and it didn't take me long at all to buy the software.  The support team is prompt and great with assistance and the forum is nice to go and post to others for advice or suggestions and ideas or to share what you learned with them.  
   My first ever attempt at a website.  
   I'm hooked.
            www. (now moved - will update with new link a.s.a.p.)
After you look at my site, you'll see that I will only say things I believe is to short you know?  
Posted by: maddywaddy Posted on: Apr 2nd, 2003, 4:40pm
EWE has been pretty cool and easy to work with.  I've started a small design biz here in Sydney to supplement my performance income.  Check out a couple of the sites if you wish....   Oh, and the EWE support staff have been terrific!!!  ONYA to all of you out there designing!!!!
This is my site!
...and I already have several other jobs...
Posted by: twinka Posted on: May 1st, 2003, 5:40pm
[b][/b]Hello everyone!!!  I am still loving the EasyWebEditor (EWE)  program.  I enjoy creating new pages and trying new things and this software has made it enjoyable.  The help staff are #1 tooo!
I had to change my home site so I just wanted to update it on here if anyone was interrested in some of the things you can do with the program.
Plus I also have a new page that I change weekly if you'd want to see how I have that one setup.  It really is possible to use this program and have nice looking pages.  Try it!
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Mar 4th, 2004, 6:23pm
You are welcome!
Posted by: Gary_Toolan Posted on: Mar 17th, 2004, 3:19pm
I'd be grateful if readers could check out - our local animal rescue centre.   The site has evolved over about 12 months - the Diary being the most popular page.
Unfortunately, we only get about 30 hits/week, and don't seem to be listed by any of the major engines - I've given up trying to get listed!
Any suggestions, on any topic would be welcome.
Posted by: John Posted on: Mar 17th, 2004, 8:39pm
Greetings Freinds!
  I've been using 1site since mid 2003. Very straightforward product. Support staff is very helpful, even on weekends.
  We provide Training Knives and Escrima Sticks primarilly for Military and Law Enforcement. Please stop by at:
Best Regards,
John / TAK, Inc.
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Mar 17th, 2004, 9:38pm
Just a quick suggestion for
I see you added keywords and descriptions, but there are 2 important things:
1) in the first page, you are not specifying a meaningful page title, please use "Format >Page properties", then change the title in the cell at the bottom left (now it is "index", replace it with a title full of keywords)
2) for the first page, I see you are using the gray box (file name) within "Format >Page properties". Please do not use it for the home page. I guess you are writing "index.html" inside it, right? Delete this.  
Instead, if your host really needs "index.html" as home page filename, select "Hypertext >Current Hypertext Properties", second tab, on the top right, replace "index.htm" with "index.html".
Both things will improve your position with search engines. Yes it seems stupid but, as the post here, it works!
Another way to improve your position is to insert somewhere a (very small and quite hidden) link to
in order to reciprocate  the link posted within this forum
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Mar 18th, 2004, 8:08pm
I move here the message that a guy posted starting a new topic.
We recommend to post your sites under THIS topic (just reply) and to not open new topics just for showing your Websites.
I have started a web site  
 it has 93 pages and is getting a bit unwieldy. Perhaps someone will check and  suggest any modifications to make it more navigable.  
I'd like to increase the pages by another couple of hundred or so
Posted by: Miryyal Posted on: Apr 8th, 2004, 12:21am
Hello VV Buddies - Well I've decided to take the plunge and post you all my web address.  
It's very basic - and still underconstruction   - but you've no idea how excited I am that it's up there!  
It's created with 1SITE - having tried so many   - it is definitely the VERY BEST.
So have a look and any constructive suggestions would be most welcome:
I can build it up over time - I have lots of material to ad.  
Biggest thanks to VV - you are the greatest!   I'll stop now!
Actually I saw someone asked about how to link to VV on the website - I have the registered version and would still like to do that. Share the good news around  
Posted by: batistajm Posted on: Apr 14th, 2004, 9:55am
This is a site made with EasyWeb. It will be improved in the coming weeks but it is fully operational ( I hope! ). Please visit and let me know of any bugs you find or anything you want to suggest / ask.
Posted by: batistajm Posted on: Apr 19th, 2004, 11:14am
on Apr 14th, 2004, 9:55am, batistajm wrote:
This is a site made with EasyWeb. It will be improved in the coming weeks but it is fully operational ( I hope! ). Please visit and let me know of any bugs you find or anything you want to suggest / ask.

I hosted this site with registerfly (my first and last hosting with them)  It has been offline much more time than online and when it is online my admin control panel is offline. But usually, as is the case right now, BOTH the site and the admin control panel are offline. So if you ate looking for a hosting provider go look somewhere else.
Posted by: batistajm Posted on: Apr 30th, 2004, 10:08am
Another site built with EWE
Hummm it looks not working. I take the chance to suggest our own hosting service, - that rocks! (The Staff)
Posted by: Ruth Posted on: Jun 21st, 2004, 4:04pm
I am an EWE newbie. I am still figuring out what I can do with it but I do like what I have created so far. My sites URL is : It is for the bicycle shop my husband and I own.  We are located in Ohio, USA, and are celebrating 25 years of business.
One of my problems with uploading my site was I kept uploading it to the root folder- where it could not be seen. I was very unhappy  
Thanks to the assistance staff at EWE for their assistance!
Posted by: Corey Hunter Posted on: Aug 12th, 2004, 10:40pm
I am finally getting my way around the EWE program and having fun!
My site is for my Guitar School and the music I compose.It's not all done yet but the home page is looking pretty cool.
My web address is:-
(removed; no longer working; please put the new www address if you come back here)
Posted by: Deena Posted on: Aug 27th, 2004, 7:51pm
Couldn't be more satisfied!
I have 1Site! It's a dream!  
I must add that VV has excellent customer service. I always receive a reply within 24 hours...usually a few minutes!  
This is my second web site, I am very proud of it. is a huge hit, I have so many purchases, I can hardly keep up!  
Thanks Visual Visions!
     Turn your hobby into CA$H...
Thoroughly enjoy the ease with 1Site!
Wishing you all success!
Posted by: claudio beretta Posted on: Sep 15th, 2004, 2:28am
True hifi for all.
In the first 100.000 www by alexa.
Posted by: NMcI Posted on: Oct 31st, 2004, 7:07am
You are all warmly invited to visit my www home!  
Here you will find: 'The Biblical Revelation of the Cross' - A Bible Study of the Atonement of Jesus Christ - the Righteous Servant'
It is written from the point of view that the Old and New Testaments were written and compiled by inspiration of God. I would like to challenge all of you to read it - and to post your comment.
Posted by: vevie Posted on: Nov 5th, 2004, 7:19am
That is a great idea!!!! Thank for this opportunity!
I love your layout!!!! It is very pretty!
I'm right now changing my layout, and still learning...... I always try to found ways to improve it.. So any suggestion will be appreciated
Posted by: Marilyn Pittman Posted on: Nov 5th, 2004, 7:48am
;Thanks vevie for you comments on my website. I appreciate the feedback - unfortunately I've been a bit slack lately and haven't done too much extra work on it - but I'll get there!
And I looked at your site - and WOW! it is so PROFESSIONAL - you must have put a lot of work into it - gives me some inspiration to do some more.
Posted by: nuttyme Posted on: Nov 6th, 2004, 2:43am
I've had a website for 3 years now and always had to rely on the webhost's sitebuilder program to create it, since I don't know HTML.  This must be the year for change, though, because I finally had enough with the limitations involved in doing it 'their' way.  First I transferred the domain, and then I went online to find 'the right program' that would give flexibility, and still not have to learn HTML.  EWE is absolutely the best!!!  And I can't thank the support team enough for their quick responses when I had some questions.  They not only have an excellent product, but they stand behind it, too.  Thanks so much!
Posted by: Gregory M. Zinkl Posted on: Nov 13th, 2004, 7:10am
sure, here's one of three sites I've done (one of the others is still under development, the third can't be released right now for legal reasons).
(patent and patent agent info, classical music, biology links, etc.)
Posted by: Greg_Siddons Posted on: Dec 1st, 2004, 3:27am
I've been using Serif Webplus for a while but found it did strange things on different browsers.
So, this is my first web site created with EWE. It's a bird watching site for those of you interested in that sort of thing!
I still have work to do on it, but it's already presentable even after 1 day of using EWE for the first time.
Posted by: Bryan Flagg Posted on: Dec 3rd, 2004, 5:28pm
Hello -
I just wanted to thank you people! I bought 1Site and knew nothing about web design at all. I had a web site done for me by a friend and he moved and got out of the business. I had do do something quick. I could have paid big money to have another site built, but figured I'd give it a shot myself. I was scared to death with no knowledge what-so-ever. One week after receiving your program, I was up and running with a 20+ page website! I can't believe it. 1Site is awesome and easy. If I can do it - anyone can! I would recommend this program to anyone. My site was uploaded in no time with no problems at all.
Thank you for such a great program. Please visit my site at and  
take a peak. If I can do that in a week's time - I can only imagine what I will be able to do with this program in the future. If anybody is wondering if this program is all that it says it is - IT IS!
Publisher / Northcountry News
Posted by: Greg_Siddons Posted on: Dec 7th, 2004, 4:41am
Hello Bryan  
Your site looks the biz. I especially like the scrollable menu on the left pane. It all scales nicely too in different size browsing windows.
What did you create the reflective artwork in? Very effective.
Greg Siddons (from England)
Posted by: Keith Wood Posted on: Dec 7th, 2004, 12:46pm
Been working the program for about a month and love it! Very easy to use
Posted by: mevetts Posted on: Dec 17th, 2004, 6:18am
EWE is just the best piece of software, I'm addicted to it!  
Knew nothing about website design, but since using EWE I am officially hooked! The girlfriend is not loving it!  
Anyway, if you fancy having a quick look at my site I would be very grateful.
Only started developing it in October 2004, so any comments or suggestions then please don't hesitate to fire away.
'website removed'
Some of the others look really good, well done.
All the best,
Posted by: John Locke Posted on: Dec 26th, 2004, 1:22am
I am a EWE fan  here are the sites I support
Posted by: JulieH Posted on: Jan 31st, 2005, 1:35pm
Hi there
Well I got there - quite a learning curve but here is my site - still a few things to do but I am pleased with the result.  I would like to know what you think and any advice.  Still need to add more links and hoping to get a shopping cart in for the CD's.
Posted by: EldoLen Posted on: Feb 2nd, 2005, 9:55am
I've used 1Site for almost two years. I've  tried many others, but none comes close to 1Site. It does everything I want. I have a blog, posters, and lots of pages. I have to update my website daily, and have no problems whatever.  
I have a 1Site gif on my credits page and hope everyone else does, too.
If I had to type out all the HTML, I won't even bother having a website.
Posted by: Donna German Posted on: Feb 15th, 2005, 4:43pm
Our Mission is to provide a commission free venue for the promotion of the visual arts.
21st Century Art is committed to imparting a forum of diversity for creativity and expression. We aspire to empower artists by affiliating each with an audience. Additionally we hope to cultivate the desire for thought provoking original art in the general public by making it easily accessible.
Evolve your state of mind.
Posted by: N_A_Cooke Posted on: May 6th, 2005, 2:44pm
Here are a couple of offerings www.meltondistrict is a site detailing the churches with bells in the Melton district.  I am particularly proud of the clickable map is the site that I do for the village.
Posted by: Jules_Ellis Posted on: May 13th, 2005, 7:05pm
Hi, I created a site with EWE and I added some buttons + submenus created with buttongenerator. This is dicussed in the thread "Question about Nav Bars". I thought that perhaps some people want to see the result. But the whole site is in Dutch. My current URL is
Have fun, Jules
Posted by: baldwinsai Posted on: Jun 2nd, 2005, 1:07am
Ok, here's our try at it.  What do you think?
Posted by: Morrelle Posted on: Aug 9th, 2005, 4:10pm
Here is my creation. Mind you: This is an resource/RPG site tailored around V:tM. A more sinister, and darker looking template for the forum will be uploaded within 24 hours.
We are huge Giovanni fans!
Posted by: Bryan Posted on: Aug 9th, 2005, 4:53pm
It has been close to a year since I started using 1site and I am still impressed and amazed at how easy it is. I have added many new pages since the beginning and 1site makes it so easy to update information at any time. I still stand behind my first post on this site back in December of 2004. If I can do this, anyone can." If you are hesitant about getting started with 1site - don't hesitate any longer. It IS all it says it is and then some! I publish a newspaper and have to update the website regularly. I needed something I could use that wouldn't take me forever to learn. Thankfully, I found 1site. My site can be found at: If you are looking for something easy to use, affordable and a company that stands behind their product and is always willing to help you get started - look no further! Thanks again for a wonderful product. I would recommend this to anyone. Bryan
Posted by: Nurit Lewi Posted on: Nov 17th, 2005, 4:50am
I just finished creating our web page. thank you for an easy to use softeare.
Our web address:
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Dec 15th, 2005, 4:38pm
Just a quick note: all EWE / 1SITE users are welcome to post here!
Just hit the "Reply" link that is on the bottom right of the last post
Posted by: Christine Kaiser Posted on: Jan 24th, 2006, 8:08am
Hi it took me awhile to figure stuff out but my site is finally up.
I really really like 1site but there are still somethings that make my head spin - can somebody tell me whether my site is configured correctly to get listed on the search engines. all I want is if people google my name my site will show up in the search. Ive submitted the site to a zillion engines. thanks (plus I would post this elsewhere but I cant register (I never get emailed a password hmmm Im sure its me but what can you do
Posted by: Toni Diez Posted on: Jan 29th, 2006, 11:07am
Hi, everybody  
I have been taking a good look at the sites users are doing with EWE, and I am really impressed... many congratulations to Morrelle  
and Kristine Kaiser, these 2 sites are specially good-looking for me.
This is not my first webpage, I can tell you.
I have tried many other programs like Microsoft Frontpage, Adobe GoLive and others, and after months of use I could not make a fraction of what I have done with EWE on a couple of weeks.
One thing more: it is not only a fantastic software, I am most impressed by the degree of help and support they are giving to users.
I sent 2 emails with things I did not understand, and I had 2 replies from them during the same weekend, answering totally all of my doubts.
C´mon,   I want to see the people from Microsoft answering support emails in less than 12 hours, during a Sunday !!!!
If we want to give back some help to this nice company, there is an easy way, we can include a LINK to EWE in our sites, mentioning it is built with it.
Here´s my site, about Rc helicopters... I hope you like it!
Posted by: docwatson Posted on: Feb 11th, 2006, 10:29pm
I have been working with Easy Web Editor for more than a year, almost two, and I have really put it through it's paces.  Easy Web Editor is hands down the simplest program I have ever worked with and when I first began working with EWE I had no experience with programming or web editoring.  As of this date I have four (4) websites up and operational.  Thanks to the great team at Visual Vision for having this program available.  I am very pleased with the results.  
Here are the websites:
Little did I think when I first began this journey of developing my own website for my business, Doc Watson's Health Stuff, that I would be contemplating doing web development as a side line.  Thanks again everyone at Visual Vision.
Deb Watson
Posted by: shersh Posted on: Apr 5th, 2006, 8:22pm
well, here is my 1site site...
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Jun 9th, 2006, 5:03am
service info: should you have problems posting your EWE/1site website here, please email
we have implemented some spam-filters because there is people that attempts to spam all the forums - this filter is automatic, so it may also try to block polite and regular users like you . In case, email us (you may copy and paste the post on a email!)
thank you and sorry for any inconvenience
Posted by: David Staume Posted on: Oct 7th, 2006, 4:01am
My site is www.extraordinarytheories
 It was created with EasyWebEditor, and the name says it well - it was easy. Any comments or suggestions on how I can make the site better would be greatly, and I mean greatly, appreciated.
Posted by: Boeuf_Stroganoff Posted on: Oct 18th, 2006, 10:50am
Here is just another example of a website built with 1Site.
Initially it was made with Easy Web Editor.
I replaced it with 1Site when the amount of photographs grew & for the photo gallery feature
Posted by: koolboarder69j Posted on: Feb 6th, 2007, 3:41am
my first attempt at designing a webpage (and i had to bug the Help sections of several sites a LOT to get it running!!)
have a look, and if you want - submit some recipes!!!!
thanks, James
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Feb 6th, 2007, 11:57am
very nice design, it's a pity you never tried to see it with a small browser window (at present I am using a PC with a 1024 x 768 monitor, and I have 5-6 browsers windows opened... the one with your site is 700 - 800 pixel width (maybe) and I must use the horizontal scroll bar... it seems you designed it on a 1280 monitor (at least) as the images are very large....
again very good design but IMHO you should make it viewable with a normal window... to test, do not use the browser "full screen" but shrink the browser's window such as the google banners (they are 728 - your page should look good even if the browser is only as large as the google banners)
Posted by: koolboarder69j Posted on: Feb 9th, 2007, 3:33pm
on Feb 6th, 2007, 11:57am, Support Staff wrote:
very nice design, it's a pity you never tried to see it with a small browser window (at present I am using a PC with a 1024 x 768 monitor, and I have 5-6 browsers windows opened... the one with your site is 700 - 800 pixel width (maybe) and I must use the horizontal scroll bar... it seems you designed it on a 1280 monitor (at least) as the images are very large....
again very good design but IMHO you should make it viewable with a normal window... to test, do not use the browser "full screen" but shrink the browser's window such as the google banners (they are 728 - your page should look good even if the browser is only as large as the google banners)

hey thanks! i never thought of that! heh, newbie error eh!? il see what i can do with it!!
Posted by: Marcus Bentley Posted on: May 19th, 2007, 2:52pm
If your interested in quality jewelry chests, picture frames, or decorative baskets then please visit the following site I created with EWE:
www. innovativepresents
Posted by: monique dessons Posted on: Jul 8th, 2007, 1:35pm
if you plan to come to Paris...
entirely made with EWE !  
Posted by: Dodong Dandan Posted on: Sep 4th, 2007, 2:12am
on Mar 10th, 2005, 9:32am, jojo wrote:
Hey  everyone  Ive been working with EWE and am kinda at a standstill    
Here is my site: www.majnunmusic
I would appreciate if anyone would like to give me some tips about improving the site    Also I am interested in adding  "Flash" to my site    Is that difficult if you dont know code? I dont.   thanks for any feedback  jo

Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Oct 27th, 2007, 11:09am
see also some others on;action=display;nu m=1035551253;start=60
Posted by: Bryan Flagg Posted on: Dec 10th, 2007, 7:38am
Hi folks -  
Well, I have been using 1site for 3 years now and figured I'd check in! I started using it in December of 2004. Here it is December of 2007 and our site is well over 100 pages and being added to constantly!
For those thinking about using or purchasing 1site - all I can say is go for it! Don't think twice about it. It works! Take it from someone who has been using it from the get go. It's a great tool and I haven't even touched its potential.
The Visual Vision Team has always been there and been helpful with any questions. Great support.
You can visit our site at
Cheers and good luck!
Posted by: DonCampo Posted on: Feb 12th, 2008, 10:33am
Greetings from Seville, Spain  
EasyWebEditor - I love it!
Webpages for Dummies - just like me.  Any feedback on improvements to gratefully received.
Posted by: luckylucker Posted on: Mar 13th, 2008, 6:22am
Great )))))))))))))
Posted by: reyweb2008 Posted on: Nov 14th, 2008, 9:40am
Hi to all  
I just want to mention that  
I builted my website using your easy web editor software and am very pleased with the results.  
I still have a lot to learn and a lot more to put on the Web Site.  
Feel free to come by and visit my Web Site.  
Posted by: Prithvi Posted on: Dec 26th, 2008, 12:33am
Here is my site created using EasyWebEditor.
Thanks to continued and prompt support from the product support group.
Posted by: GuyL Posted on: Apr 2nd, 2009, 3:35pm
Hi everyone,
first of all i have to say that i love to work with the programm! The support i got is fantastic and very friendly!
I'm still learning ... but here's my first site created with EWE/1Site:
Posted by: Alejandra Posted on: Apr 24th, 2009, 11:15pm
Hi!, this is my webpage made with EWE.
If you go to this following link I'm working on a new version (is just one page). On this new version I get the solution with a dropdown menu!
Posted by: Support Staff Posted on: Mar 15th, 2010, 6:24pm
don't be shy!
Posted by: djmash Posted on: Sep 20th, 2010, 8:53am

Hi all,
I built my website 4 years ago using 1site and it's still going strong and it sells my product well.
Companies actually pay me to advertise on my website too!
Tell me what you think!
Posted by: ChrisCantos Posted on: Oct 8th, 2010, 6:24pm
Here is my site, thanks!
Posted by: hart547 Posted on: Nov 16th, 2010, 11:31am
I LOVE my EWE software.  I've been a loyal user for several years now. I've built my own site, several sites for friends (all listed below) and I have three more under construction.
Posted by: angela Posted on: Dec 9th, 2010, 4:27pm
here my site:
Posted by: kwcompco Posted on: Jul 10th, 2011, 2:40pm
Here's my site
Posted by: Derry McCormick Posted on: Jul 23rd, 2011, 1:11pm
I have several websites with 1Site.  Here are two
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