Bye bye spam...
What would you say if we told you that we are about to shake the conventional website building process to pieces? Well we are. We also despise building websites, but we have to in order to continue or profits. It literally takes hours out of our days; hours which could be spent on much better things!
We have spent the last year working on this project and have created the most powerful website builder you will ever see. You can literally whip together websites in minutes with Site Rubix (instead of hours)! The time spent on building sites is now much shorter, and guess what, the websites will look a heck of a lot better than they ever have.
Site Rubix diy website builder will be released on October 9th but you can still sign up for more information during its prelaunch by going to
SPAM REMOVED - Tony (Site Admin)
Bye bye spam...
As Home Simpson would say, Boooooo-riiiiiing.
You should really ask the site Admins before you advertise your service. It does look a pretty good site though.
Really? 8O I get the opposite impression... lol.Originally Posted by FN-Greatermanchester
Lol. Their splash page even has HTML validation errors :P Does not bode well for the disillusioned people who think it's possible to "build websites in under 5 minutes"
it looks OK for what type of sites you expect to get from a web browser, obviously you won't get the same results as you would from dreamweaver etc. It isn't a patch on the Edugeek Joomla Package. But it does look OK for users who don't have much knowledge of HTML who want there own site.
It's a CMS, woohoo....
Lol what is it with these types of websites? They all look the same for some reason. Click on any of the 'sponsered links' on a google search and most of them look the same as the above advertised website.
I think it must be the lack of information (except for a few uninformative points such as 'we are the best') and determination to get you to sign up for something (like the great big arrow pointing towards the form).
I suspect the person who signed up to advertise this didn't quite realise the nature of this forum. Or they did, but just wanted to SEO their site.
I think the mods should remove it.
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Lol, otherwise known as knowing how to search engine optimise your scam website for free much to the annoyance of forum owners and members around the internetOriginally Posted by SYSMAN_MK
The site does not target professional web designers. Heck,
who would do that?
This is obviously not the right forum to promote something
similar as Site Rubix.
Site Rubix will be there for people struggling to create websites.
OR also for professional internet marketers who want to set up
complete marketing campaigns. That's why Carson and Kyle
claim that it will save you time.
I understand your concern. As a professional web designer you
want people to ask for your services. And there is nothing wrong
with that...but why is it wrong to offer a solution to people's
problems? It simply isn't.
Internet marketers should be there to help people by offering
solutions to groups of people who have a common problem, such
as ...not being able to create a good looking website.
OR internet marketers who lose time by struggling to create a
good marketing campaign with the appropriate landing pages...
Tell me, what is wrong with that?
Oh? Maybe I'm nitpicking...Originally Posted by RudyDhondt
Originally Posted by SiteRubix
One of the things wrong with it is that the front page doesn't even meet W3C standards - I shudder to think what the state of production websites based on SiteRubix will be like.
There are a number of problems with the original post.
Please remember that this is a forum for IT professionals who work in education. They tend to be Network Managers, Technicians, SysAdmins ... and yes, some of them do work on websites at various levels.
There are a variety of CMS out there. Some are free, some are commercial. However, we have a site policy that companies should not just become members to sell their wares and gain free advertising. Recommendations from people using the system in schools is good, paying for the privilege of advertising is good to as it helps fund the site and keep it alive.
The general membership have no issues with looking at different CMS that are out their but this has not been the way to do it really.
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