XSitePro 2 – Importing Templates

March 28, 2009 by  
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More Tips for Xsitepro and Importing Templates

Xsitepro has on the market for a while now. It all started with Version 1, which was a smashing success and lead to a totally new application in Xsitepro Version 2. Xsitepro Version 2 is praised by all its users and contains almost all the features requested by the users of Version 1.

Xsitepro’s claim to fame was that it provided a way for newbies or those just entering the fine art of website building to get a website created and uploaded to the world wide web. I’m an advid user of Dreamweaver…in fact I love using Dreamweaver, however, I’m amazed at how easy Xsitepro is to use and amazed even more at the quality of sites one can build. I run across testiomonials from people across all ages and occupations who now use Xsitepro to build websites…..it really is amazing!

As with any successful software application that has become successful, there are a ton of videos around that help you use the program….also you’ll find some great ebooks and courses that really get into the details and advanced uses of the program. I created this category on the blog to help you pick through some of the youtube videos for Xsitepro….some are really good, some are basic and some are sort of average….but each one will teach you something.Check out this video, it will help you build better sites.

Dig deeper into the workings of Xsitepro with this guide….Xsitepro Version 2 Tips and Tricks Make Money Making Sites with Xsitepr!!

Xsitepro Template Tutorials will have you building your own templates in an hour or less!

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2 Responses to “XSitePro 2 – Importing Templates”
  1. JSSvids says:

    I have been using XSP for 4 years and when I purchased a new PC a year ago, I never re-installed Dreamweaver.

    My point – Way easier than Dreamweaver. Once I got XSP I never looked back. :)

  2. renyxoxa says:

    i just wanna know if this is better or easy than dreamweaver beside the cost

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