This is not a paid, promotional, or affiliate-based article. Links are not affiliate links, this article was not produced in association or communication with Beaver Builder, and we paid full-price for the Standard version of the plugin. A few weeks back, I wrote about Squarespace. Specifically, I wrote about how good Squarespace is getting: for very simple projects with very few custom feature needs, I found that Squarespace is probably a better choice than WordPress.
Since that article, I’ve put my money where my mouth is, building both a personal site and a client site on Squarespace. It’s been the same experience I described in the article—worrying that Squarespace can’t do what I need, and realizing, nine times out of ten, either that:
Squarespace actually can do it, or
I actually don’t need it.
The experience of using a front-end page builder that I actually like has given me a very new perspective on web development.
The experience of using a drag-and-drop front-end page builder that I actually like has given me a very new perspective on web development altogether. It’s very hard to go back to static page layouts, feature-poor widgets, and