Learn Html for Your Xsitepro Websites with HTTrack

October 31, 2008 by  
Filed under Xsitepro Technical

Just because you own Xsitepro
doesn’t mean you can get away without ever learning any html. Html is
the basic coding of any website and although you can read up on how to
use html, there’s nothing like seeing html used in real life.

The wysiwyg editor of Xsitepro works very well, however there are
times when you will need to know some html to get things right…so you
better learn html coding! Below is a post I did in the Xsitepro Forum
hoping to help some of my fellow xsitepro users with a free tool that
will help them study html coding in existing websites.

OK…man, you guys/gals have come up with some really good stuff.

Anybody ever use HTTrack Website Copier?

Before you start thinking this is illegal, remember just about
anything you put online is accessible to anybody….I don’t like it
anymore than the other guy, but and that’s a big but, it depends on how
you use this material.

Bottom line, if you download someone else’s stuff and use it on your
website or sell it then you are a thief…plain and simple, your a thief
just like any other parasite.

However, as a webmaster HTTrack can do many things for you.

First let me tell you what it does. Basically it downloads the entire website to your desktop, complete with folders files ect.

This is from their website:

It allows you to download a World Wide Web site from the Internet to
a local directory, building recursively all directories, getting HTML,
images, and other files from the server to your computer. HTTrack
arranges the original site’s relative link-structure. Simply open a
page of the “mirrored” website in your browser, and you can browse the
site from link to link, as if you were viewing it online. HTTrack can
also update an existing mirrored site, and resume interrupted
downloads. HTTrack is fully configurable, and has an integrated help
system.

There are a number of ways you can use this tool. For instance if
you are working with a person who has a website up and there has been
an argument between the domain owner and the webmaster, and the domain
owner hired you to redo his site….You can download almost everything on
the server.

I almost hesitate sharing this tool because I know there will be
some that will use it in an unscrupulous way. Please don’t think you
can download someones site and steal their content, images and site
structure…..that would make you a real jerk!

Once I had a client that was a doctor and they wanted to put 100’s
of pdf’s directly on their site that came from another doctor. The
other doctor gave their permission and I was able to use HTTrack to
grab the needed files.

Basically, I use the tool to grab a website and plug it into
dreamweaver and study how the site was put together. I’ve learned a lot
of tricks and I’ve been able to duplicate affects that I would have
never figured out on my own. So….in essence for me, it is a great
learning and teaching tool.

You can configure the program to only download certain sections of a
website. I would highly recommend only downloading what you need.
Remember if you snag someone’s site that is huge, you’ll be taking
bandwidth from them.

The tool has been around for a while, many people use it. Just
remember to use it wisely and if you think you are going to use
anything you download….please, please get permission first.

To get your free copy of HTTrack….just go to http://www.httrack.com

For some of you guys who are new to building websites, it’s a great
way to learn html. You’ll be able to learn certain effects and transfer
those effects to your Xsitepro websites.
When you see a site with something really cool and it doesn’t show up
on “view source code”, you can give httrack a try. By the way, this
tool isn’t foolproof and will not grab everything, but you will get
more than is available with “view source code”…..plus you can see how a
site is structured.

Most will pass this by, but perfection involves understanding. Even
though you use Xsitepro, at some point you need to start learning
html…unless you are building only one site in your lifetime.

I’m constantly amazed at the number of people who bitch and complain
the xsitepro won’t do this or that…when in the long run, some basic
understanding of html and css would prove invaluable in the development
of your sites.

Oh well….I better stop before I say something that gets me in trouble )

Best Wishes to All!

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Niche Health Products Gives Free Custom Xsitepro Templates

October 30, 2008 by  
Filed under XsitePro Templates

Hi Kim

I had to take a minute to make a comment about Kim’s Health PLR membership sites. Did you know you get 2 free custom xsitepro templates each month?

In the interest of full disclosure, I create Kim’s Graphics and Minisites for each subject….and for anyone who might be a bit skeptical, Kim didn’t ask me to make any comments here :)

I’m constantly amazed at the quality of Kims articles and books, the articles are thorough, well written and complete. All articles are based on keywords that will get you results.

Because I work for Kim, I know the quality that she insists on…and it’s second to none. She is completely committed to her members always attempting to provide the very best.

You might ask yourself, why should I use PLR…haven’t they kind of dissappeared into the electronic ethos as most IM trends?

The answer is yes….in most cases.

However, Kim’s health plr memberships focus on one specific niche that has the capability of being drilled down deeply….that being the Health Niche. The Health Niche is a hot niche composed of many sub-niches, which makes it an ideal niche for selling affiliate products, your own health products and/or developing small silo of minisites. And…if you’re motivated enough to combine these with your own network of blogs…..watch out!

Each month you get 2 PLR packages ….each one focusing on a different health niche…things like influenza, old age, pregnancy, stress, aids and on …..and on…..

Since I do the graphics and minisites, I wanted to share how I do these. Each month I take each of the subjects and create a variety of header grahics, ecovers, flat book images, footers and full website templates in standard html and .xse the xsitepro format.

Keep in mind you get 2 xsitepro templates that are unique each month that will allow you to build your health based website directory on. This is big…go and try to get a custom xsitepro template made….it ain’t cheap!

I created a quick video so you can see an example of some of the website templates that are included:

Free Custom Xsitepro Templates

I’ve seen some adsense site packages that are wso’s selling for $27 or more. You’re actually getting two completely new adsense sites each month along with the PLR package!

I’m sorry….I just get really excited when I think of Niche Health Products…it’s been here at least 2 years providing the same high quality material each and every month.

If you have an interest in health related subjects…If you create websites for doctors, chiroprators or any number of health professionals….get them to sign up for this membership because the articles are perfect feeder articles to help their sites and/or blogs to get indexed along with being able to start autoposting.

Another idea is some of the numberous people that are involved with multi-level maketed health products. Most claim to cure just about everything…..what a better way to promote these products then by using some of the PLR articles and books for developing regular visits by those indexing spiders. Don’t mistake my intentions, I’m not making fun of these MLM products….I take a few myself and feel better when I take them than when I don’t…..my point is that an advanced mlm’er could make some hay with these articles, graphics and sites, by incoroporating some of the internet marketing strategies you’ve learned over the years. Things like building a list, marketing affiliate products…etc.

I could go on, but I think you get the idea. I’ve known Kim for at least 2 years and her focus on creating a superior product each and every month is second to none….I’m really proud to be part of the NHP project.

One more thing…we could provide you with the best of the best….and that’s what this is, however, all it takes is a little effort on your part to make these sites and articles stand out…..Yep, WORK is that 4 letter word most run away from…but I don’t want you to think that this is some magic membership that will make you 1000′s……as Dennis from OneKaDay says…set your goal at 5 bucks a day, accomplish the goal and then move it higher.

Grap this offer while you can…I don’t think you’ll see this kind of pricing anytime soon :)

Good luck to all!

Scott

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Xsitepro or WordPress Blog?

October 30, 2008 by  
Filed under Xsitepro and Blogging

I had a fellow xsitepro user wonder if he should use a wordpress blog or xsitepro….in a rather lengthy post I suggested he use both and add a blog to Xsitepro

Hi Richard….really sorry for the delay, I have some health problems and then I simply forgot to answer your questions :oops:

Thank you for your thorough posting on the forum.
I had been avoiding wordpress because someone told me
it is more difficult than xsite2.
So, I never considered WP.
They said that it was mainly for blogging.

Actually wordpress is simpler to use than xsitepro. Once you get it set up….all you have to do is enter your keyword enriched blog title and blogpost. Yes, it can be really advanced, but you can learn that stuff as you progress.

I would purchase a domain that is simlar to your subject matter…get a cheap one like a .info domain. Next get a cheap hosting account , but make sure it has Cpanel….this allows you a 1 click installation of a wordpress blog. Once up, you can start posting and learning how blogging works.

The big benefit of a wordpress blog is that search engines see them as valuable sites because you will be posting something on a daily basis. This attracts the indexing spiders, it is a way to get ranking for your website. Xsitepro doesn’t do this anywhere near as efficiently as wordpress.

I’m not very good with xsite2 but I’m trying to learn for the past week.

hey…stick with it. It takes time, its no different than being a doctor, lawyer, accountant, carpenter or plumber. They all spend a certain amount of time learning before they can become proficient. I will say that Xsitepro makes the task of building websites almost painless….of course if you know nothing at the start about how websites are built….you’ll need to learn a little and….just practice…practice….practice…. If you have to, get another 3 dollar domain and start a website with the explicit purpose of learning how to use xsite……if you blow it up, no big deal :D

All of the wordpress templates I had seen, I thought they were just “nice”.
Nothing that I really wanted to use.
However, I never really looked at the choices until today.

But, the link you pointed towards the premium theme WP temps caught my eye.

Yes, those are some awesome looking themes….but based on our conversation so far, I think they are a little out of your league. Now, you could have someone install one and show you how it works, but they would not be a good theme to start with if you are interested in learning how wordpress works.

Now, I’m debating if I want to make a particular site totally with WP or to combine
the 2.

It really depends on what you are trying to do, what type of site you want to create, and to some degree your skill level. I will tell you many marketers are turning to wordpress. However, if you are selling a product it would be easy to start with xsite and create the salespage for your products. You can always add wordpress latter….the purpose would be for creating a site with lots of activity therefore enticing the search engine spiders.

Sorry to bother you with these questions but I don’t often find someone that is open minded
about many choices. Many times they are 100% something (dreamweaver, xsitepro, etc)

No problem….I feel bad that it took me so long to get back to you. By the way, I’m really a dreamweaver guy, but xsitepro is really starting to grow on me and I think it is probably as perfect as it can get for someone in your position.

Good luck and let me know if you have any more questions…will try to get back to you a little quicker :)

Original Quote

Scott,

Thank you for your thorough posting on the forum.
I had been avoiding wordpress because someone told me
it is more difficult than xsite2.
So, I never considered WP.
They said that it was mainly for blogging.

I’m not very good with xsite2 but I’m trying to learn for the past week.

All of the wordpress templates I had seen, I thought they were just “nice”.
Nothing that I really wanted to use.
However, I never really looked at the choices until today.

But, the link you pointed towards the premium theme WP temps caught my eye.

Now, I’m debating if I want to make a particular site totally with WP or to combine
the 2.

I haven’t seen any examples of where they were combined.
Maybe, I didn’t realize it when I saw it.

Is WP more difficult to learn and use than xsite2?

If you combine them, does it eat up bandwidth?
Or, am I better just keeping them separate?

Sorry to bother you with these questions but I don’t often find someone that is open minded
about many choices. Many times they are 100% something (dreamweaver, xsitepro, etc)

If you rather send it to my email, it is
.

thanks,

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Xsite Version 2 Allows for the Creation of 5 Custom Folders

October 20, 2008 by  
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Create Custom Folders for Files from Your Local Folder….New Benefit from Xsitepro Version 2

I found a fellow user with an interesting problem, he needs to create some php pages that will all be in a seperate folder. Fortunately, Xsitepro version 2 allows you to create up to 5 custom folders and import files into these folders. A nice step forward for the Xsite folks.

Here’s the question:

1. I’d like to make a separate “advertisement” folder within a website, where I’m going to put several php duplicated landing pages. For SEO purpose I’d like to add this “advertisement” folder to the robots.txt file as a disallowed folder to avoid some duplicate content issues.
How can I create this folder within a given website with Xsitepro 2.0?

2. How can I create a php page with XsitePro 2.0?
I have the php code. Now I’m using Notepad to create this php file.
The drawback is that file should be uploaded separately.
Is there any possibility this file to be created with XsitePro and uploaded with other pages belonging to a website?

My Answer

You could try changing the extentsion to .php when you create the page….but I’m not sure you can get you new page in the folder you need. There may be a way to do it but I haven’t discovered how to manage files and folders from the main Web Pages—-> Page Settings If it can be done from here maybe someone will enlighten us.

I do know one way of doing it that should work for your project.

I would continue to use notepad or something, and create your files, dump them into a folder on you local hardrive.

Next go to the “Other” tab and then the Resource Button.

Once in the Resource Manager…go to the bottom of the window and click on Folder Name Settings….here you have an option to put your files in existing folders or you can create a new folder….Based on what you want to do, I think you would have to create a new folder. So use one of the Custom tabs to create your new folder….it looks like version 2 gives you the ability to create up to 5 custom folders.

After you click the Resource Button, you’ll have the option to import files. A new window will pop up and there will be small button on the upper top left with a green plus called “Add”.

Click on Add and you will be able to Navigate to your local folder with your php files. Select all the php files you want to import. Hold shift and click on the files you need. Go down to Open and click on Open.

A small window will open that will allow you to choose the folder you created. Pick your folder and click on Add.

That’s it.

Remember if you update the files on your local folder, you will have to repeat this process to get the latest folders into your New Xsite Folder.

Maybe someone has an easier way, but this is better than what was available in version 1 and should do the trick for you.

Option 2

At first glance you would think that you could upload your xsite website and then with a ftp program upload your folder and files. This would probably work, however, you will lose the updateing, saving and exporting functionality of xsitepro. In other words, if you moved the site or backed it up or sent a copy to someone else, your new folder and files would not be in the .xsp files that are created by xsitepro…..Remember this only happens if you decide to use a ftp program to upload your folder and files….hope that makes sense.

Good luck

Scott

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Adding Text to an Xsitepro Template Header

October 20, 2008 by  
Filed under XsitePro Templates

Someone asked how to add text to some of the provided xsitepro templates. Actually they wanted to know how to change the text in the header portion of an xsitepro header. I answered the question and posted the answer below….might help someone looking to edit xsitepro template headers…..the just so happens to find themselves here :)

Hi

It’s not a dumb question….everything is strange or new when you first get started. Sometimes you just have to click away and give things a try to see how they work.

For instance, if you want to start a site…you start off by picking a blank page or picking a template…correct? Let’s say you select when of the xsitepro provided “graphical” templates. Next you click Ok and your are asked to name the site, but in keywords etc.

You should be looking at 4 tabs across the top of the page.

Website INformation
Page Layout
Web Pages
Other
Publishing Details

Click on Page Layout and the first Section on the left is the Header Panel…go down to the Designer Button and click on it.

Now a new window pops up called Header HTML and it has 3 buttons

Design
Source
Preview

You can work in either the Design tab or the Source Tab

Try the Design Tab, you should see the header image…..possibly repeated down the page, just go to the first area where you see the text. Place your cursor on it and you should be able to edit it…you can delete it, add something new or just change the lettering.

You can do the same in the Source Tab if you know a little something about html coding.

When you are finished with your edits you can view in the Preview Tab. If more changes or positioning is needed go back to the desgin or source tab.

Thats’s it!

Good luck

Scott

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How to Edit an Xsitepro Provided Template

October 19, 2008 by  
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Xsitepro comes with many templates and it’s very easy to edit the header graphic if you know how. Sometimes what’s obvious to a seasoned user is just one big question to the new xsitepro user. A new user asked the following question about editing the header section of an xsitepro template.

I want to use a template in the first site I’m setting up but, although there is plenty of reference to them in the tutorial, manual and tools’ manual, you aren’t told exactly how to use them.

I presume that once you’ve selected a template and clicked OK, what you have entered in your header (site name, etc.) will replace the wording on the template. Is this right, or do I have to do something other than this?

Sorry if this seems a stupid question, but I’m not only a newbie to using XSitePro, but also a newbie in the wider technological sense.

Hi

It’s not a dumb question….everything is strange or new when you first get started. Sometimes you just have to click away and give things a try to see how they work.

For instance, if you want to start a site…you start off by picking a blank page or picking a template…correct? Let’s say you select when of the xsitepro provided “graphical” templates. Next you click Ok and your are asked to name the site, but in keywords etc.

You should be looking at 4 tabs across the top of the page.

Website INformation
Page Layout
Web Pages
Other
Publishing Details

Click on Page Layout and the first Section on the left is the Header Panel…go down to the Designer Button and click on it.

Now a new window pops up called Header HTML and it has 3 buttons

Design
Source
Preview

You can work in either the Design tab or the Source Tab

Try the Design Tab, you should see the header image…..possibly repeated down the page, just go to the first area where you see the text. Place your cursor on it and you should be able to edit it…you can delete it, add something new or just change the lettering.

You can do the same in the Source Tab if you know a little something about html coding.

When you are finished with your edits you can view in the Preview Tab. If more changes or positioning is needed go back to the desgin or source tab.

Thats’s it!

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Why is Xsitepro Better Than Site Build It?

October 17, 2008 by  
Filed under Xsitepro and Blogging

I ran into a post in a blog at Internet Marketing Tips and thought I’d post it here. It has to do with a question that a fellow posted at the xsitepro forum asking “What should he use, Xsitepro, WordPress or Site Build It….below is the question in full.

Hi there XSITEPRO Folks:

I hope all is well. I’m hoping you can please give me some impartial advice. Recently I’ve gone into business marketing the rock and roll photos of 40 years with photographer Don Aters.

Besides out existing sites and blogs we were considering one devoted to the sale/auction/wholesaling of the photos. We’ve talked with and emailed Site Build It.

My question please is you good people here obviously found XSitePRO the best way to go and I’m curious as to what attributes made you become a customer? Without badmouthing Site Build It, if you could be kind enough to tell me why they came up short it would be appreciated.

I want to make the right decision obviously and it isn’t only about the investment. There is an incredible amount of time and devotion that I give any project I’m affiliated with.

May all of you have the best results possible! Thanks for your time.

All the best,
Craig Fenton
Author Jefferson Airplane Take Me To A Circus Tent
Jefferson Starship Have You Seen The Stars Tonite

Hey Craig….had to check out this video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xhYk9PEmXA brings back some memories! Amazing how music let’s you transfer through time to relive an old chapter of your life :)

First I wonder what your experience is with building websites?

I think I can share some unbiased thoughts about website design and building.

First I wonder what your experience is with building websites?

Let’s assume you have little to no experience building websites.

Secondly, I learned to build websites and web design with Dreamweaver and today it is still my primary method of building websites, it took a long time to learn but you can do anything with it….but with the advent of XsitePro Version 2 is coming in a close second.

To be clear, I would not recommend Dreamweaver to anyone with little to no experience with building websites, unless you really want to commit and spend the time necessary to learn a little html and the Dreamweaver program.

When I first started out I purchased books…..bookstore type books on html and desperately wanted to learn how to build a webpage. This was almost 8 years ago. Sometime after that I looked into Sitebuild and almost invested in their system. It looked very good and still looks good. They were ahead of times with the approach they take.

However, as someone mentioned above, Sitebuild can be quite complicated and there is a pretty steep learning curve. Once you’re into their system you won’t be able to jump out of it…..I didn’t really understand that at the time I was looking into it, but based on what I’ve heard others say….this fact is true. They do seem to have a happy following though.

One thing you need to understand, if you are an inexperienced website designer or webmaster, you will experience some type of learning curve. Initially the program will seem strange and awkward to work with….doesn’t matter which one you’re looking at. The issue should be, which one will allow me to create a website with ease and quickly. Which program can I learn to use with the least amount of effort.

Of course, if you’re into being a geek like some of us, then you’ll want to know…how and why everything works. But I can tell you with XsitePro this isn’t necessary.

With [b]Xsitepro[/b] you can get a website up and running by using their “Recipe” type instruction. Do A, B, C, and D and you’re good to go. Want to add a page….do F and G and follow that process. Need to add images then follow steps H and I, now upload.

Of course that sounds easy, and in reality it is. However, as I said, there is a learning curve….get a handle on the basics and you can get a site up and running in no time. Because Xsite allows for easy editing, you can totally transform your website in the furture when your talents and creativity are increased.

[b]There is one big downfall.[/b] If you need help after you get your site uploaded, there is no way for someone to log into your account and edit the site and make the changes you need. You have the forum that has a bunch of very helpful people and xsite support, which I’ve not had to use….so I can’t comment on their support capabilities.

In a word, out of all the programs available for building websites, I would wholeheartedly recommend Xsitepro for building and maintaining websites. It is by far the easiest I have used in 8 years. And perhaps one of the most important aspects of XsitePro is the ease of maintaining your website once it’s up and running.

By maintenance I mean, adding pages, adding images, changing the structure of your website. Instantly changing the entire look of a website with a few mouse clicks in no time. Or just keeping the entire image, look and feel of your website the same in all your pages.

If I remember correctly sitebuild was very helpful in assisting the internet marketer pick a niche and focus on developing that particular market through proper seo techniques. At the time, when first developed, they (sitebuild) were one of the only groups using an organized approach for accomplishing niche targeting and proper seo techniques. Today it’s been the approach copied by every successful marketer.

Since you’ve already chosen your niche, this isn’t an issue. One of Xsitepro’s claim to fame is the way it builds and links pages. The importance of this relates to creating properly built webpages or websites with current search engine optimization techniques (SEO). While using Xsite I was really impressed with tools and the automatic creation of webpages that fit seo guidelines most expert webmasters and seo experts would be proud of. For you this means you’ll get your pages indexed by the search engines faster and which means you’ll be getting organic search engine traffic and by practicing some of the other seo techniques you could find yourself on the first page of google. This may not sound like a big deal now, but only a couple years ago, one had to pay big bucks to get a seo expert in to optimize your website and webpages….it could literally cost you thousands of dollars….with Xsitepro, the seo is just part of the automatic process of building a webpage and website.

I imagine you’re looked at WordPress. WordPress blogs have evolved into full Content Management Systems (CMS) and it creates webpages that are food for the search engine spiders. Satisfying search engine spiders is the first aspect of creating website traffic. The hardest thing about using a wordpress blog is creating the blog. There are tons of tutorials that will tell you how to install a wordpress blog, if you’re not comfortable with this you can always pay someone to install a blog…..wouldn’t cost you any more than $50. Installing a wordpress blog with on your website is more intimidating that it sounds….it really is very easy. Also the selection of themes (templates) is beyond comprehension, you can change themes and therefore the look of your blog with a click of your mouse. If you want a blog with a different look you can purchase one of the wordpress themes available or you can have a custom theme created.

Using wordpress as a platform for your website gives you many options, it doesn’t have to look like a blog….in fact you can create a static website with xsitepro and merge it with a wordpress blog. XsiteprotoWordpress is a comprehensive tutorial that teaches you how to seamlessly merge your xsitepro website with your wordpress blog. This is one of the best tutorials I’ve seen on the subject, complete with a written tutorial and video tutorials!

I’ve already gone too far with this post, however, let me say that the combination of wordpress and xsitepro is a powerful solution to your website building and development. Xsitepro might provide the static pages you need while a WordPress Blog will allow you to post or add pages and content on a consistant basis making your website a search engine magnet! For instance you might post an image a day, week or month and have the link on your blog go back to the xsitepro portion where they would make a purchase. At the same time, you can post daily with snippets of text that are keyword specific for anyone interested in purchasing the images or material that is related to Jefferson Airplane. The blog posts are important because they keep those spiders coming back and you’ll eventually get ranked for keywords people would use to purchase your products….all free traffic! While it’s true that you could do both operations in either an all xsitepro website or wordpress blog….the combination of xsitepro and wordpress allows you to capitalize on the expertise and superior aspects of both platforms, giving you a superior website.

In any case, do yourself a favor and grab a copy of XsitePro….even if you do sitebuild. Start learning how to use xsitepro and I guarantee you’ll build more than one website :)

Hope this helps a little

Scott

More on Xsitepro at Xsitepro Templates

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Xsitepro Website Samples

October 15, 2008 by  
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I ran across a post that featured some examples of xsitepro websites. Looks like some pretty interesting stuff and gives you a good idea what one can accomplish with Xsitepro.

Xsitepro may be one of the best programs available for creating websites. Within the first day a newbie can have a website up and running, conversely, an experienced website designer can create an advanced website with many different and advanced features.

Xsitepro is designed so that the pages are optimized for the search engines, therefore, search engine optimization is done without any effort by the web designer. You might say that the seo is performed behind the scenes.

Another great benefit of Xsitepro is that you can keep a site updated and new pages linked internally without any effort. Simply, write your page, upload and the links will show up on all the pages you tell it to.

I grabbed a selection of websites that were created with Xsitepro. Some of these were completed by newbies and they are first sites by first timers. Others are complex websites by master web designers. In either case you can see what can be done with the provided xsitepro templates and some custom xsitepro templates.

http://www.honeybees101.com

Visit Crucifixionandcross

http://www.romancespinners.com

http://copy.writer2writer.com

http://www.macam-macam-ada.com

http://www.AntzSurferz.com

http://www.herbalfruitcocktails.com/

http://homebusinessresearch.com

http://www.at-healthy.com/diabetes2_Xphp

http://www.at-healthy.com/celebrity_diet-Xphp/

http://www.at-healthy.com/sport_injury-Xphp/

http://www.at-healthy.com/cats

http://www.at-healthy.com/cats_no-navbar

www.viagraproductsuk.com

www.sites-built-free.com

www.viralert.com

http://www.movementofhope.com

Hydrogen Fuel Cells

www.TrafficSecretsMonthly.com

http://www.movementofhope.com

http://www.id-theft-prevention.org

http://www.shopxsitepro.com

http://www.glamu.co.nz

http://www.erosrx.info

http://www.francophonievegas.com

http://www.trysupergreens.com

http://www.resellnicheproducts.com

http://www.BarbecueWeb.com

http://www.writing-a-will.co.uk

http://www.ifa-database.co.uk

http://www.website-headers.com

www.eventmanagementpeople.co.uk

http://www.acne101.co.uk

http://www.get-rid-of-blackheads.com

www.gidlob.dk and www.boldig.dk

http://www.learncfds.com

Designed in version 1 and upgrade to version 2

http://www.printerresearch.com

Another V2 client site.
- http://esecurity.co.nz
- Originally a standard HTML site, converted to XSP2, with a new menu and new header design. Check archive.org to see original.

Here is my XSite Pro V2 Site

http://www.AffiliateMarketingLessons.com

Yet another V2 client site.
- Vanuatu Seaplanes
- http://www.vanuatuseaplanes.com
- Site was completely redesigned and rebuilt in XSP V2.

http://www.tellmeaboutcomputers.com

This is a update on my site http://www.herbalfruitcocktails.com

I’ve built 4 sites with V2 two my own designs

www.uksmartguide.com
www.creativewriter.me.uk
www.cashwrite.info
www.megamusicsite.com

Love working with it.

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Custom Xsitepro Templates

October 10, 2008 by  
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One of the things I dislike most about Xsitepro is the look of the provided xsitepro website templates. One look at a website made with the provided or typical xsitepro template shouts out “Xsitepro”. There is a way to beat the standard xsite look, and that is with customized Xsitepro Templates.

Not that using xsitepro is bad, but in my opinion the look is rather amaturish and not very appealing. Again, don’t misunderstand me. If you are a newbie, or trying to get some information on the web for the first time, xsitepro is the easiest and best way to go. You can use one of the provided Xsitepro templates and add some content…then upload and in flash you have a website that can be easily edited and maintained.

However, if you run your business online, or have been a website desginer then you want the most professional looking xsitepro website template available. You simply want the best because your website is a reflection of your business.

The solution is to either hire someone or create your own custom xsitepro templates. I can create an xsitepro template that is next to impossible for anyone to tell that the site made from xsitepro. I’ve seen other 3rd party templates that were available that were pretty good, usually much better than the ones provided with the xsitepro program. Although, if one were to properly use all the features of Xsitepro version 2, you can use the provided templates and crank out some awesome looking sites.

I did a project for a client and then altered it a little, made a quick header and then uploaded it….see if you can tell if this was created using a customized Xsitepro template!

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