Why I Moved my Website From Wordpress to Showit

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  1. Alis

    September 6th, 2018 at 7:13 am

    I used WP and I’m sill using it on a lot of websites, even for my clients. Its capacity to be fully customizable is its strenght. Of course you have to learn a bit of coding… simce you want to sell themes and call yoursel a designer ;) but as for ShowIt even WordPress has its documentation with the examples about hoe to use their codes. Also, a lot of webdesigners during the years published tons of tutorials about doing… everything. There’s a huge WP support forum and plugin forum, like there are anti-spam plugins and free security plugins and backups. For what I read maybe you didn’t dig enought in the WP world… but a drag and drop platform has its design limits!

  2. Angela

    September 6th, 2018 at 12:34 pm

    Same here! I have clients I still design and build WP sites for, because it is so powerful with what it can do! When I first started back in 2011 (I think) that’s when I first taught myself wordpress and taught myself code. Then I realized how much I hated PHP and loved designed much more, so now I have an developer :) – But yes, still a wordpress fan (and my blog still is so I can get all the good plugins), but never realized how easy the drag and drop of showit is as a designer!

  3. Mable

    December 8th, 2018 at 5:48 am

    Great article!
    If you were curious, Squarespace does have plugins through a site called square.studio. You can’t access them specifically from the squarespace site, but through third parties!

    And you can use Shopify Lite to do-e-commerce through Show.it! It’s super cluth!

  4. Angela

    December 8th, 2018 at 1:08 pm

    I’m super tempted to learn squarespace..as I hear it is still quite customizable! And yes! My shop is on showit and just uses that Shopify buy bottom, so awesome! I’m also currently testing woocommerce through showit..so hopefully someday that can work too 👌🏼

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