If you have no previous experience, starting your own site may seem tricky. Programming and site design are not the simplest things to excel at, so if you want to start your web presence, you may use site templates. A template is a pre-made site that you can edit by adding your own textual content, illustrations or photos, links in the website or to external content, and so on. Some templates may be more sophisticated and may offer more options for example choosing the color scheme or the number of columns on the website via an easy-to-use and intuitive interface, so even though you may have never created a website before, you can still build a stunning and professionally looking one with just a few clicks.

Free Website Templates in Website Hosting

With our website hosting plans you will get hundreds of themes that you can use for your websites. If you are looking for a more simple site, we have an online website builder which includes over 70 web templates with a number of color schemes and styles. You can choose from a great number of predefined pages - contacts, image gallery, directions, and so on. In addition, we provide a multitude of themes for a number of script apps including WordPress and Moodle, so you can set up a distinctly looking, dynamic website even though you may not have experience or web development knowledge. All templates come for free with each and every shared hosting plan, allowing you to save a lot of money that you'll otherwise have to spend for web design or for paid templates on third-party sites.

Free Website Templates in Semi-dedicated Hosting

Through our semi-dedicated server packages you'll be able to employ hundreds of totally free themes for your web sites. You will pay only the plan’s monthly fee and you'll save tens, even hundreds of dollars for site design services as we will never ask you for any extra fees to be able to access our web templates. You’ll be able to use our online website builder, which includes over 70 templates with various styles and color schemes, or you can use script-driven applications like WordPress, Joomla or Mambo and use countless stunning templates for them, each one with a lot of options you can manage from the script back office. You'll have a wide variety depending on what sort of website you want to build and how involved you want to be.