Create a website for the price of a slice of pizza for the first month
What do a slice of New York style pizza off the street, a single song off iTunes, a junior cheeseburger deluxe, and a can of spam have in common?
It’s a pretty prestigious list and it’s all things you can buy for a dollar. And you can now add a one-month subscription to the new Gandi Site HTML5 web editing tool to the list.
Recently, we updated our Gandi Site software to version 7 and the Gandi Site interface is now sleek and modern, with new functionality and above all the upgrade to responsive design. For those unfamiliar with the concept, this means that in version 7 of Gandi Site, you can design a single site that will adapt automatically to the context it’s being viewed in. That is, the layout adapts to whether the site is being viewed in a desktop browser, on a smartphone, or on a tablet.
If you’re not familiar with Gandi Site, it’s what’s called a what-you-see-is-what-you-get (or WYSIWYG for short) editor. Which means you don’t necessarily have to be able to write code or HTML to be able to design your site with this tool. We offer a few service pack tiers, starting with the “free” pack which is included with the registration of a domain name.
At this level, Gandi Site is a great option if you want to put up a static “Under Construction” or “Coming soon” type of page for a more expansive site you intend to put online later, or for things like putting up your résumé online.
More more comprehensive uses, like a site for your store or business, or even just a personal site or to put your portfolio online, for example, there are a few other tiers available as well: Personal, Professional, and Business. For more information, we suggest this page.
From now until September 30, 2015, you can try out the new Gandi Site for just $1.00, regardless of the pack you choose (you should note that these service tiers are otherwise subject to tiered pricing).
Not only that, but if after that first month trial you love it more than that can of spam you would have bought otherwise, you can commit for a whole year and get an additional 15% discount.
In summary, we’re not saying you shouldn’t buy any of those other things that cost just a dollar, but we are saying that a month’s subscription to Gandi Site is at least as valuable as a junior cheeseburger deluxe or a single song off iTunes (though the jury is still out on that slice of pizza), so why not try it out?