NICEPAGE BUILD SITE SPEED

alexsubroto2
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alexsubroto2 posted this 5 days ago
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Hi, can anyone give an example of a website built using nicepage? how about speed score?

Hi, can anyone give an example of a website built using nicepage? how about speed score?
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gviola
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gviola posted this 5 days ago

I'm creating a video preview on YT of some website: here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ3zvJoqdSt_fHJoqe51nAdIUj84Xi_Si

Is still nothing special and i have to work better on the rec etc but you can see some sample example. Yuo can check the templates of nicepage for a better overview. With nicepage you can make almost everythings, maye my personal website gabrieleviola.it make you a better idea.

About speed it's not bad, depends a lot of the hosting you use and what you put in your website

I'm creating a video preview on YT of some website: here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ3zvJoqdSt_fHJoqe51nAdIUj84Xi_Si Is still nothing special and i have to work better on the rec etc but you can see some sample example. Yuo can check the templates of nicepage for a better overview. With nicepage you can make almost everythings, maye my personal website gabrieleviola.it make you a better idea. About speed it's not bad, depends a lot of the hosting you use and what you put in your website
alexsubroto2
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alexsubroto2 posted this 5 days ago

I'm creating a video preview on YT of some website: here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ3zvJoqdSt_fHJoqe51nAdIUj84Xi_Si

Is still nothing special and i have to work better on the rec etc but you can see some sample example. Yuo can check the templates of nicepage for a better overview. With nicepage you can make almost everythings, maye my personal website gabrieleviola.it make you a better idea.

About speed it's not bad, depends a lot of the hosting you use and what you put in your website

thanks a lot

> I'm creating a video preview on YT of some website: here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJ3zvJoqdSt_fHJoqe51nAdIUj84Xi_Si > > Is still nothing special and i have to work better on the rec etc but you can see some sample example. Yuo can check the templates of nicepage for a better overview. With nicepage you can make almost everythings, maye my personal website gabrieleviola.it make you a better idea. > > About speed it's not bad, depends a lot of the hosting you use and what you put in your website thanks a lot
jack.from.canada
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jack.from.canada posted this 5 days ago

I'm not sure if things have changed in the newest version 4 release, but one of the few things I don't like about Nicepage is the amount of CSS it generates. It seems like it generatea ALL possible CSS "just in case", even if your particular project doesn't use many of the available elements. For that reason, exports tend to be larger than I would expect. Of course, if you have a slower hosting company or one with limited memory, this can be an issue.

But other than that, I find Nicepage to be easy to use and provides the flexibility you need to create your site without thinking about whether it will be an HTML5 implementation or a CMS implementation while you're doing your design. I've had clients who start out with very focused plans and no real need for a CMS; and then later change their minds and decide to go in a different direction. With Nicepage, it doesn't force those clients to "start from scratch" with a different design.

I'm not sure if things have changed in the newest version 4 release, but one of the few things I don't like about Nicepage is the amount of CSS it generates. It seems like it generatea ALL possible CSS "just in case", even if your particular project doesn't use many of the available elements. For that reason, exports tend to be larger than I would expect. Of course, if you have a slower hosting company or one with limited memory, this can be an issue. But other than that, I find Nicepage to be easy to use and provides the flexibility you need to create your site without thinking about whether it will be an HTML5 implementation or a CMS implementation while you're doing your design. I've had clients who start out with very focused plans and no real need for a CMS; and then later change their minds and decide to go in a different direction. With Nicepage, it doesn't force those clients to "start from scratch" with a different design.

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alexsubroto2
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alexsubroto2 posted this 5 days ago

I'm not sure if things have changed in the newest version 4 release, but one of the few things I don't like about Nicepage is the amount of CSS it generates. It seems like it generatea ALL possible CSS "just in case", even if your particular project doesn't use many of the available elements. For that reason, exports tend to be larger than I would expect. Of course, if you have a slower hosting company or one with limited memory, this can be an issue.

But other than that, I find Nicepage to be easy to use and provides the flexibility you need to create your site without thinking about whether it will be an HTML5 implementation or a CMS implementation while you're doing your design. I've had clients who start out with very focused plans and no real need for a CMS; and then later change their minds and decide to go in a different direction. With Nicepage, it doesn't force those clients to "start from scratch" with a different design.

What about the hosting package provided by nicepage, do you have any experience with it? is it fast enough?

> I'm not sure if things have changed in the newest version 4 release, but one of the few things I don't like about Nicepage is the amount of CSS it generates. It seems like it generatea ALL possible CSS "just in case", even if your particular project doesn't use many of the available elements. For that reason, exports tend to be larger than I would expect. Of course, if you have a slower hosting company or one with limited memory, this can be an issue. > > But other than that, I find Nicepage to be easy to use and provides the flexibility you need to create your site without thinking about whether it will be an HTML5 implementation or a CMS implementation while you're doing your design. I've had clients who start out with very focused plans and no real need for a CMS; and then later change their minds and decide to go in a different direction. With Nicepage, it doesn't force those clients to "start from scratch" with a different design. What about the hosting package provided by nicepage, do you have any experience with it? is it fast enough?
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