Provided that you have minimum previous experience, setting up your own Internet site could seem tricky. Computer programming and web design aren't the easiest things to learn, so if you wish to start your web presence, you can use web site themes. A web template is a pre-made Internet site that you can modify by adding your own written text, images, links within the site or to external content, etc. Some web templates may be more complex and may offer you more options like picking out the color scheme or the number of columns on the site through an easy-to-use graphic interface, so even if you have never built a site before, you could still develop a stunning and professionally looking one with just several clicks.
Free Website Templates in Shared Web Hosting
With our shared web hosting
plans you will get hundreds of web themes which can be used for your web sites. If you're looking for a more simple web site, we have a website builder that includes more than 70 web themes with a number of styles and color schemes. You may choose from a plethora of predefined pages - contacts, image gallery, directions, and so forth. We also give you a great number of web templates for several script apps like WordPress and Moodle, so you can set up a uniquely looking, dynamic site even though you may not have experience or website development knowledge. All themes come absolutely free with each and every shared hosting solution, allowing you to save large sums of money you'll otherwise need to spend for website design or for paid templates on third-party websites.
Free Website Templates in Semi-dedicated Servers
Using our semi-dedicated server
solutions you will be able to employ hundreds of free website templates for your web sites. You'll pay only the plan’s monthly fee and you will save tens, even 100's of dollars for site design services because we would not ask you for any additional fees to be able to access our templates. You’ll be able to use our website builder, which comes with over 70 website templates with different styles and color schemes, or you can employ script-driven applications like WordPress, Joomla™
or Mambo and use countless amazing templates for them, each with quite a lot of options you can manage through the script back office. You will have a wide choice depending on which kind of website you intend to create and how involved you'd like to be.