If you have little or no previous experience, creating your own Internet site might seem tricky. Coding and web design are not the simplest things to learn, so if you want to start your world wide web presence, you can use site templates. A theme is a pre-made website that you can edit by adding your own textual content, pics, links within the site or to external content, and so on. Some themes may be more complex and may offer you more options like picking the color scheme or the number of columns on the site by using an easy-to-use and intuitive interface, so even though you may have never designed a website before, you may still develop a gorgeous and professionally looking one with only several clicks.

Free Website Templates in Shared Web Hosting

When you purchase any of our shared web hosting plans, you're going to get access to hundreds of free of charge web templates you can use for virtually any type of web site. We have a website builder with over 70 templates that can be used for simpler websites and every one has different styles and color schemes. You can also pick from many pre-defined pages, including Contact Us, Directions, etc., so building a website will be quite simple. If you would like to have a more dynamic site, you may use a script app such as WordPress or Mambo as we offer hundreds of free templates for them too, each one with different customizable options that can be accessed via the script back office. In this way, you will not need to invest a lot of money for website design or pay for web themes from third-party websites.

Free Website Templates in Semi-dedicated Hosting

Through our semi-dedicated server plans you'll be able to use numerous totally free web themes for your sites. You will pay only the plan’s monthly fee and you can save tens, even hundreds of dollars for site design services as we won't ever ask you for any extra fees to be able to access our web themes. You will be able to use our website builder, which includes more than 70 website templates with various styles and color schemes, or you can employ script-driven applications like Joomla, Mambo or WordPress and use numerous stunning themes for them, each with a wide range of options you can manage through the script back office. You will have a wide variety depending on what sort of website you would like to create and how involved you would like to be.