Quick 'n Easy Web Builder

Developer: Pablo Software Solutions

Current Version: 1.6.10

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 12.6 MB - Download


*** NOTE ***
This is an older version. Quick 'n Easy Web Builder 5.0 is now also available in the Mac App Store with hundreds of new features and improvements!

Quick 'n Easy Web Builder is not an HTML editor, but an HTML generator! You can visually (WYSIWYG) create your websites by using drag & drop. Place objects (Text, Lines, Images, Shapes, Slideshows, Galleries, Forms etc) anywhere on the page (pixel perfect layouts).
Now you can create amazing websites without having to learn HTML!

- Desktop Publishing for the Web! Create websites as easy as drag and drop.
- Outputs HTML4, XHTML, PHP or HTML5
- Built-in support for CSS3 opacity, box-shadow, border-radius, gradients.
- Site Management. Easily add, edit, clone and structure your web pages from a single file.
- Easily create forms using the built-in Form Wizard or manually with a large selection of form tools
- Built-in PHP form processor (send email, upload file to a folder on the server).
- Built-in form validation (message box, info bubble or HTML5)
- Advanced graphics tools like shapes, rotation, shadows, reflection and more than 50 other image effects.
- Style manager for global styling (CSS)
- Gradient Manager, create awesome multi-color gradient effects!
- Publish to local drive or a FTP server using the build-in FTP manager.
- Built-in Slide Shows, Photo Galleries, Rollover images, Logos etc.
- Sitemap generator.
- Supports JavaScript events with (optional) jQuery animations!
- PayPal eCommerce Tools.
- Many navigation tools available: Navigation bars, tab menus, dropdown menus, slidemenus.
- More than 50 ready-to-use JavaScripts (galleries, text effects, social media etc.)
- Template support. Already more than 100 templates available!
- Support for YouTube, Flash Video, HTML5 Video/Audio and many other video formats.
- Add external scripts and other code with the HTML object.
- and much more!

Can you please not use the review section of the Mac App Store for bug reports. There is no way for us to reply to these messages and that makes it very difficult for us to help you and fix the problem.
Many comments in the reviews are INCORRECT, so if you need assistance then please you use the support forum on the website and we will be happy to provide help. Please give this software a fair chance and contact us first before writing a bad review. We will try to fix all reported problems a.s.a.p.


Release Notes:

- Fixed: Problem with button image size in Menu/Navigationbar


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.5.3
Review by IPhoneFlyByWire

At $19.95 Quick - Let’s first keep things in perspective. This is a $19.95 WYSIWYG website builder. It’s not a $400 Adobe product meant for large corporate websites. Second, as with all things in life you do have to do some of the work yourself. It’s you that has to be creative in what “you” do with “your” website. You’re the architect, Quick’n Easy is you hammer and saw. There is no magic wand regardless of what marketing departments will tell you. With all that in mind at $19.95 Quick’n Easy is a pretty darn nice little package. It takes the common everyday HTML tasks and turns them into a drop and drag snap. If you want to add your logo just drop and drag it onto the screen. Need to add a menu bar, drop and drag one of the several menu bar options available to you. Quick’n Easy is the perfect package for someone wanting to start their first website or improve an existing site. I would highly recommend this little gem to anyone just getting into the world of website building. As a former software developer Quick’n Easy eliminates the common tedious tasks of HTML that drove me crazy. That leaves me the time and energy to create a truly world class website. Are there things that I’d like to see added to Quick’n Easy? Of course there are. I’ve never used a software product that couldn’t have “something” added to it. That aside Quick’n Easy is certainly on it’s way to becoming a very cost effective feature rich web builder.

Found helpful by 15 out of 15 people
Version 1.5.5
Review by Denny Sugar

You can't import your HTML? …or use your own templates? - This could be an awesome app if you allowed import of HTML. The fact that it's so cumbersome to use and manage html files and code and that it uses a proprietary ".qwb" file format, really makes this app unusable. Adding an option to even paste in HTML (instead of the limited section pasting) would be a simple short term fix. Congrats on getting my $20 bucks.

Found helpful by 15 out of 25 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.6.10
Review by I tried it

Sorry, this app was absolutly useless to me… I want my $9.99 back... - I just needed to update some web pages and I have used Dreamweaver in the past. After hours or trying to load or import anything it was simply useless to me. I ended up going in and editing the HTML by hand on the web server. Perhaps this would work for someone who wanted to use one of their templates for a cookie cutter site. However, I am not even sure how you would upload it when you are done. Granted, 10 bucks is not much, but I was not able to do anything of value for me with this app.

Found helpful by 5 out of 7 people
Version 1.6.10
Review by MagnoliaWildpuff

Too Early To Tell - Writing my comments just hours after installing this application; maybe my luck will change. The organization and design of the installed application look promising. I’ve only had two problems. My first problem happened after I spent 90 minutes working with text. I formatted, changed fonts, used custom colors, and found my text too close to the edge of text box. So I selected the text and increased the indent. The indent was too large and I decided to add a couple of spaces on each line instead. I selected the “decrease indent” and found an undocumented feature. Along with the decrease indent it also removes all of the text formatting. So much for the 90 minutes. In what promised to be a more robust text formatting application I was surprised there was no ability to expand the character spacing as it does in Pages. I decided to throw away my first attempt, clicked new > project and nothing happened at first. About 15 seconds later the application pulled itself to pieces with the only message a window asking if I wanted to submit the report to Apple. I am willing to give it a chance, but my patience with this kind of stuff wears thin very quickly.

Found helpful by 1 out of 2 people