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What is WebWave?

WebWave — an alternative for agencies and freelancers for creating custom websites for clients with the support of CMS.

Using CMS with no sacrifices
WebWave is a CMS platform that gives a designer precision up to 1 px in every single detail just like in more sophisticated graphic programs such as Photoshop while remaining a drag and drop software. This is to make creating websites much faster without loosing on details.

Spend less time talking
WebWave also helps users to communicate with clients. Instead explaining how things work, the user can show clients an already working website, so they learn about it through their own experience.

Improve collaboration
Users can work on a website with clients using many accounts. For that, first chooses which elements can be edited so a customer won't mess up the design. It's also helpful for beginners who need help from design mentors.

Enhance branding
Users can turn on the white label option so clients will only the brand's logo, and every time a customer signs in they get to see the user's own brand mark. Creating projects independently (with no coding) with the help of a structure helps users grow faster as a web designer.

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  • Supported: White Label

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Deployment TypesSoftware as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
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Supported LanguagesEnglish, Polish, Romanian
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WebWave has been highly praised by users for its flexibility and fluidity as a web builder. Users have expressed delight in being able to place elements anywhere on the canvas, allowing them to create websites that meet their specific needs. Reviewers have described WebWave as one of the most robust web builders they have tried, highlighting its ability to change any item from the templates and insert custom code. This level of customization has been particularly appreciated by customers who want to create unique and personalized websites.

The ease of creating responsive websites quickly is another standout feature of WebWave. Customers have found it convenient for building static and simpler sites, although it may not be as suitable for complex features like e-commerce. Users have praised WebWave for its ability to translate their thoughts into website designs effectively, providing a canvas for creative expression. By using WebWave, customers have successfully built simple websites for clients within a short timeframe, resulting in great results.

One of the key benefits of WebWave is its user-friendliness. Customers appreciate the platform's intuitive interface and onboarding videos, which make it easy to learn and use. The drag-and-drop functionality allows users with no coding skills to design visually appealing websites easily. Freelancers have specifically highlighted how WebWave's simplicity, code insert ability, and affordability have solved their website building needs effectively.

WebWave's time-saving capabilities have been widely recognized by users. Creating websites with eye-catching themes is made easier by the platform's ready-made templates. Users have found that using WebWave saves them both time and effort compared to other builders, enabling them to produce professionally designed websites without extensive training or coding knowledge.

Overall, WebWave has proven to be a valuable tool for users in various scenarios. It has allowed businesses to move away from their current website platforms and create any desired look. Whether it's building landing pages, creating simple or complex websites, or managing multiple sites seamlessly, WebWave has provided users with the flexibility, ease of use, and customization options they need to achieve their web design goals.

Users recommend using Webwave for creating responsive websites quickly. However, they note that it may not have all the features needed for an eCommerce site. They suggest exploring the platform by creating a free account to test its capabilities and determine if it meets their specific needs. Some users also mention that Webwave is a powerful tool with lots of features, making website creation easier for web developers. They highlight its stylish and easy-to-use interface as well.

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Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
As a video marketing business owner, I use WebWave to create and manage my company's website. I switched to WebWave from Wix because I found WebWave's interface to be more user-friendly and the load times to be faster.
WebWave addresses the business problem of creating a professional-looking website without coding knowledge. As a video marketing business owner, it's essential to have a visually appealing website that showcases my services and previous work. WebWave's customizable templates and drag-and-drop features allow me to create a website that meets my needs without having to hire a web developer.
The scope of my use case is focused on creating a website to showcase my business and services. I use WebWave's hosting services and content management system to manage website content and keep it up-to-date with my latest work and services. Additionally, I've used WebWave's SEO tools to optimize my website for search engines, which has helped increase my online visibility and attract more clients.
Overall, WebWave has been a valuable tool for my video marketing business by providing an easy-to-use solution for creating and managing my website. It has helped me save time and money by avoiding the need to hire a web developer while still allowing me to have a professional-looking website.
  • Customizable templates: WebWave offers a variety of pre-designed templates that can be customized to fit your needs. The templates are modern, visually appealing, and cover a wide range of industries and purposes. Users can easily change the layout, fonts, colors, and images to match their branding and style.
  • Drag-and-drop interface: WebWave's drag-and-drop interface is intuitive and straightforward, making it easy to create a website without any coding knowledge. Users can add and arrange elements such as text, images, buttons, and videos by simply dragging them to the desired location on the page.
  • Responsive design: WebWave's templates are designed to be mobile-friendly and responsive, which means they adapt to different screen sizes and devices. This is important because a growing number of users are browsing websites on mobile devices, and having a website that is optimized for mobile devices can improve user experience and search engine rankings.
  • Steep learning curve: even though I'm an advanced Wix user with some knowledge in photoshop (WebWave's editing flow resembles it) it may take some time to take over and do exactly what you intend to.
  • Limited native app integrations: WebWave currently has limited app integrations compared to other website builders. Yes, you can add a custom code but it's too cumbersome to pull off in comparison to Wix.
  • To WebWave's defense - the good documentation makes it easier.
Well suited:
Small businesses and entrepreneurs: WebWave is an excellent option for small businesses and entrepreneurs who need a professional-looking website without spending a lot of time and money. It's easy to use, customizable, and offers fast load times and responsive design.

Less appropriate:
Large e-commerce websites: If you're looking to create a large e-commerce website with a vast number of products and advanced features, WebWave may not be the best option. Its e-commerce functionality is limited compared to other website builders, and it may not be able to accommodate the needs of a large-scale online store.

Also, if you need much coding, you would rather have it with something that is wordpress-based.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Astounding program. It has every one of the capabilities you would require in a site CMS. The customizability is astonishing. What's more, in particular, they give you access to your root, custom urls for websites and pages, and natural dashboard to get to everything with a solitary mouse click. I haven't seen that multitude of highlights in a single no code site builder. In the event that you are searching for an extraordinary CMS that assists you with building a straightforward site or Web based business WebWave is a great decision. It accompanies capacity, email and a free SSL cert. What's more, each month there are new features.
  • True Drag & Drop
  • Ease Of Use
  • Best No Code Environmetn
  • AI Modeling
This is an awesome product for no coders that are either just starting out, or have become fed up with other popular no code platforms and their limitations
Rafał Mróz | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
My first contact with WebWave was 10y ago, as free plan subscriber. Then migrated to premium plan and Im still using it - instead of WordPress or Wix. I need a simple website builder but with power to change HTML/JS/CSS when needed. It should be simple and fast. WP was lack of it (before Gutenberg era), Wix was too simple then. Only WebWave meet my expectations.
  • 1st class WYSIWYG - but with code editor when you need it
  • great support (human and docs)
  • great features for agency (billing your customers)
  • well SEO optimized templates code and a lot of integrations with 3rd party apps
  • ecommerce support (you can run your own e-commerce store)
  • mailbox (email) support included
  • more templates for websites categorized by business type
  • more ecommerce functionalities (subscription support, more payment gateways, shipping support)
If you run a company website that needs a simple ecommerce store (simple does not mean ugly or just for 10 products) it should be your first choice. Even if you have no idea about HTML coding or ecommerce workflows. It will fit to your needs. So 95% of companies should use this instead of WP or Wix.
But if you need a complicated website, that need an API "hard-coded" integration, especially with external systems - I would prefer Wordpress/Joomla.
Jay Turner | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I'm so glad I recently discovered WebWave. It is an amazing website-building platform geared toward designers and creators who enjoy the simplicity of a WYSIWYG editor but with granular control over element placement, layering, and properties. It’s also one of the few builders that include an email address if you subscribe to their Pro plan, as well as provides options for you to export a site and host it elsewhere. Blog and lightweight e-commerce are also included. While the template library is smallish, what is included looks great. Since WebWave is more akin to Photoshop than Wix, the uninitiated should take advantage of building their first few projects from templates to learn the ins and outs. There is a learning curve with this system, but once you get the hang of freehand design, the sky is the limit. It is immensely helpful that WebWave is an established product, so you can count on finding answers in the company’s robust knowledge base, very responsive tech support, and in their active Facebook community.
  • Place elements anywhere on a page
  • Granular control of settings and animations using layers
  • Export your creations and host elsewhere if you choose
  • Site speed is a little sluggish
  • UI is initially overwhelming
  • User must manually adjust layout settings to achieve true responsive design
The WYSIWYG web builder marketspace is saturated, but there are not many solutions out there that eschew table-based design in favor of letting creators build sites where anything goes wherever you want. You’ll likely want to skip this product if you need a plug-and-play solution where everything is automatically responsively. However, if you have an eye for design, love creative control, and like to sweat the details until you have made the perfect website, WebWave is a must buy.
Devis Sandri (L.I.O.N.) | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I am evaluating different systems to indirectly create websites for selling insurance in Italy and abroad, plus other niche sites. As a freelancer, I am trying to keep the costs down by doing everything myself, as well as the execution time, but I do not want to give up the possibilities of a professional site and how I could evolve it in the future. Wix and the like have limited possibilities and I did not want to deal with WordPress. WebWave is the best solution, it is fast, practical, and also fun to use! You can start from a template or if you are not satisfied you can start from a blank canvas as in my case. The menus are simple and immediate, you can be up and running immediately and to make your life easier you can use their hosting.
  • complete control
  • simple enough to use, (simpler interface than photoshop, more complex than microsoft word)
  • very, very comprehensive in configuration possibilities
  • starting wizard
  • free export
  • servers not yet present worldwide but getting there
PERFECT FOR: -lone entrepreneurs -marketing agencies for smaller clients -those who have many membership sites -for those who want to create and change test sites quickly -who want to have fun instead of getting discouraged! NOT SUITABLE FOR: -big companies who want WordPress at all costs and don't want to risk a plugin not being compatible
December 23, 2022

WebWave is awesome!

Marc Cordon, MPH, ACC | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I use WebWave for Landing Pages
  • Drag & Drop
  • Customer Service
  • Landing Pages
  • Forms
  • Runs a little slow
  • Would love for a blog feature
  • Easy interface with LMS and
I run a small business that helps content creators to flourish. As such, it is imperative that I create an experience representing the quality that future clients would expect from me. In the past, I would hire web designers to create a fantastic site - and I'd expected to pay for time, talent, and labor on WordPress. I picked up WebWave to see if I could come up with mock-up sites that I'd give to a web designer. Boy, was I lucky to pick up WebWave. Not only is WebWave the most accessible platform I've ever come across, but I can also create stunning sites without having to hire a team that would create a stunning site at an epic cost. In my business, the money I save equals the money I make. I'm launching my new site in January and will have a few landing pages dropping as I move forward. Kudos WebWave!
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use this to build and host websites. The platform is a good value, the sites look nice, the sites are responsive, the hosting is stable, and the company seems to do a good job of growing, improving, providing support, hearing user feedback, delivering on core needs, and containing key features. The biggest improvement I think is needed is making the platform a little more intuitive because when I need to train new staff on how to build sites, there seems to be a bit of a learning curve as compared to similar sites. That said, I am a fan of WebWave and suggest it.
  • Stable
  • Good features
  • Good value
  • Nice looking sites
  • User interface more intuitive
  • Easier options for quick site generation
Somebody needing a good combination of value, dependability, and core features is a good use case for a team that has some technical ability.

If a team is very new or green in site building or has highly specific format requirements on how a site should look, then this might be less appropriate.
December 19, 2022


Joshua Turvey | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
As a 100% remote, online business, I entrust WebWave to create and manage my website, which is the most important element of my online presence. Given that I'm not a web developer, I don't have any use for WebWave's extensive agency features. I'm primarily concerned with being able to create/edit web pages and blog posts, whilst also needing the flexibility of being able to add an online store to my website in the future. As someone without any background in web design, I have struggled with previous low/no-code solutions in the past (e.g., Webflow, WordPress, and SiteJet, etc.). WebWave has completely eliminated these issues because it enables me to approach web design in the same manner as design tools such as: Figma, Affinity Designer, Illustrator, and Photoshop, etc. As a result, WebWave's builder is easily the most intuitive that I've had the pleasure of using. The layer-based approach feels a lot more instinctive than the grid-based approach of other platforms, thereby allowing me to realise my designs more efficiently and effectively. In truth, I've never found it easier to create responsive web pages. Some of my favourite features include:
  • Quickly being able to create animations and interactive elements.
  • Easily being able to design and launch responsive landing/web pages, blog posts, forms, and popups.
  • Effortlessly add business elements (online store, multiple payment gateways, and email) to my web page.
Most exciting of all is the fact that WebWave is still in the early stages of its development. That so many well-thought out features have already been launched bodes well for the future of this platform. I'm really happy that I discovered WebWave, as it has already benefitted my life as a remote business owner.
  • WebWave's site builder is the platform's truly innovative feature. I've never come across another service that deploys a layer-based approach in web design, as most of them usually deploy a grid-based system. This is an incredible alteration that ensures WebWave behaves much like a traditional graphic design tool, thereby resulting in an experience that is a lot more intuitive and instinctive. I believe this has the potential to radically change the way people approach no-code web design.
  • WebWave provides automatic, daily backups and a free SSL certificate for every website. This results in excellent security.
  • WebWave's support team is first-class! I had some teething-issues in the beginning, but the support team quickly got me back on track.
  • WebWave's community/forum is an excellent place to vote and request new features. This proves the development team is committed to making WebWave better by listening to their users.
  • I would like to see more scroll-based animations and interactive features to rival Webflow. WebWave is well-equipped in this area, but I believe there is room for expansion. Animation and interactivity is going to feature more heavily as web-design evolves so constant reinvention is needed to stay on the cutting edge.
  • I would like to see more analytical and conversion rate optimisation tools added directly into WebWave, such as: Heatmaps, Site Replay, Conversion Funnels, and Sales Performance.
  • Ability to turn your website into an app for the Apple and Google stores.
If you need a website for your business, WebWave excels. If you are an agency looking to create and host websites for your clients, WebWave excels. I cannot think of an area where WebWave falls short. It is, therefore, easy to recommend it to anyone looking to establish an online presence.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Being a web developer for the last 20+ years and I am still excited about this technology and it’s potential for improving people’s lives, there are many gaps which people like me identify in the current technology such as:

  • Why do we need to buy multiple pieces of hosting, apps, plugins, services and fit it together for a website to run?
  • Why should new people need to learn HTML, CSS and JavaScript to build websites and apps?
  • Why aren’t modern web development languages able to provide them with the full capabilities they need?
  • And (as of today’s available technology) why would I need sections, containers and columns to mimic a Photoshop design?! are not we start essentially with sketch and move to design with Figma or Photoshop and similar apps to visualize the design before moving to development?

With all these points and by being eager to cut-down website development steps, I believe WebWave solves this issue by introducing a new concept in the market, sketch, design and you’re good to go.

Is it good enough? Yes 100%, and I am happy with the company direction & the speed of development since I purchased the license.

Good Luck WebWave
  • Cut-down development phase
  • Intuitive Web App Interface
  • All-In-One Solution
  • Little dynamic content (Blog, E-Commerce) but enough for small and medium size companies
  • Excellent app support
  • Excellent development speed
  • Secure and long life company
  • Website speed
  • Dynamic content
  • More design tool
Creating any website in any niche, it works very well and even their website is built using WebWave. Example: Creating a Saloon website containing Home, Services, About, Contact-Us, Gallery and embedding booking solution like Calendly, followed by some basic e-commerce packages with direct PayPal or Stripe payment.
Calvin Sue | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Normally it can be difficult to create, design and edit webpages for clients. Depending on the clients needs, I may need to create their website for them, or they may want to choose and design it themselves. Dealing with different logins and trying to coordinate meetings and a lot of back and forth communication can be a headache. However, Webwave has a client portal where I can design a website on my clients behalf or they can choose and design it themselves. This gives me great flexibility to take on clients with different needs.<br>The website builder itself is fairly intuitive (I still needed to consult their help page). If you have used other builders it shouldn't take too long to start using it. I was able to use their templates and get a website up and running quickly.
  • Client Portal
  • Solid Website builder
  • Great support
  • Regular updates
  • Slow loading time
I have a client who wants to design and edit his own website but was not sure how to start. I was able to give him a login from Webwave and coach him through the whole process. He can login himself and make edits without having to go through me. This allows my client to more quickly make edits and changes while not having to take care of the "details" of hosting a website.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
WebWave is an all in one website tool. The builder is really simple. One should be able to bring their site alive in a day. Also, it has blog and Ecom functionality as well. And hosting is included. So it ties up all things together. I intend to use it to make an independent but similar looking website for each project, a sort of linked portfolio. I also have other websites on WordPress. However, I'm looking at WebWave to replace them as it is robust enough. I really like how fast i can edit the website, which is awesome for static websites (the kind i usually need). WordPress can also be fast and easy, but it has a kind of dated UI. Webwave UI isn't the best but i find it faster. Also, no need of a gazillion plugins here!
  • Web designing--super customizable. It's really like a graphic design tool. Anything on the website can be changed the way you want. WordPress doesn't usually allow it, with its fixed rows and columns set up. But here I found out i could do anything.
  • Simple UX--Part of the reason why the builder works so well is the UX. It's simple but does the job, and you don't have to think too hard to find the buttons.
  • Has all features one would need, including ecommerce. I don't plan on using it yet though (my business doesn't require it) but it's nice to have in case the business grows.
  • Some scope for improvement in UX (colors are not very appealing). It is simple to use but design is a little dated. Especially in the builder section, I'd like to see modern design for buttons and maybe gradients also: as this is where visual motivation is also important
  • Some edits take effect only after pressing OK. That should be eliminated as it's an unnecessary addition. It's also kind of annoying to do that again and again, which can add up to a lot as we do so many small tweaks while building the website.
  • Few things (maybe glitches) in design. The rectangle below the footer was uneditable for me. I spent quite some time trying to figure it out so I'm convinced it's a glitch.
  • Website speed should be increased.
Since WebWave has all functionality one would need for a basic website--builder, blog, SEO--one can make any kind of websites one would need. Particularly landing pages. After speed improves, it'd be cool to use it for more robust purposes, like an ecommerce site. Since hosting is included, i think this is suitable for freelancers and portfolio or resume websites also. Although WebWave presents itself as a complete solution for websites, solely because it's new, I'm hesitant to use it for anything big. But that's a personal thing. From what I've seen it really looks like the system can be customized to do whatever you want, it's versatile. Personally I'll be mostly using WebWave for a series of static websites (freelance project portfolios)
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
WebWave helps me as a user to design landing pages easily for clients. It is easy to use for nontechnical people like me. It has a lot of designs to choose from and adapt to what my clients need.
  • Aesthetic design
  • Responsive to devices
  • Easy to use
  • I like more integration with other software.
WebWave is great for creating a quick landing page for clients who want to get sales.
Ach Hadda | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I love these tools mainly because of the ease to use and the variety of features added very quickly. it helps me make websites for my clients especially the ones who want a quick solution so they can start selling or blogging. The ability to Blog has e-commerce and SEO-friendly features making for a very smooth experience with this tool. Thank to the different types of templates this would be the best tool to go to when you are trying to start to make a website and give a few quick options to the clients before starting the building process.
  • Blogging
  • E commerce
  • Drag and drop
  • Changes and branding
  • More integrations with other tools as this is still a new SAAS
This is a good option for someone who wants to build a website in a very quick manner even a few days and personalize it without the need to know how to code as you have a lot of options to make eCommerce blogs and CV websites. But this could be limited to what integrations they have in case you want to make a complicated website like with booking and linked information for hotels for example or so.
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
WebWave allows you to create responsive websites extremely quickly. It's a website builder with a slew of features. It can also act as an eCommerce platform, a blog, or just a simple website. It's got a bunch of features that make it really simple to build a responsive and scalable site.
  • Responsive Web Design
  • Automating Design
  • Templating and Editing
  • Positioning Elements
  • User Interface
  • Icons and Messaging
  • Core Features Like eCommerce
  • Import/Export
  • Integrations
I think it's a great platform if you want to create a quick and easy site. I think it's not the best when it comes to something like eCommerce because a lot of eCommerce functionality has to do with integrating other software which is pretty limited at the moment. I would recommend them to anyone just wanting to build a simple portfolio site or for using a simple e-commerce shop. I don't think they're a full-fledged solution just yet for e-commerce but they're getting there for sure!
Guillaume Denis - Consultant indépendant en création de site web ✔ | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I use WebWave for website creation with an online store, it's a good alternative to Shopify or Wordpress. The features of the store are still quite limited for now but WebWave is evolving very quickly. But you can create very nice store. They just miss some design features in the checkout for adding multiple languages.
  • Website creation
  • Store creation
  • Many innovative design elements, such as Ken burn effect.
  • Checkout
  • add variation or quantity buttons directly in the builder. These features are available only after clicking on the buy button.
The WebWave builder is really exceptional, it offers a lot of animation possibilities to make your site look professional... personally I'm a fan of Ken Burn Effect. WebWave offers a lot of possibilities:
- Builder with all SEO features
- Store creation, very simple and intuitive with exceptional design possibilities, and adding products is really very simple.
- Creation of a blog very simple, easily integrated.
- Possibility to add different roles in the builder.
- The Agency plan also allows you to make White Label.

It would be nice to have more possibility of theme for the blog, but you can add anything you want in the creation part of the article: images, videos, embed and that's why you can create your own theme.
- Checkout is only available in english for the moment but the developers are very available and listening. I think WebWave is a good alternative to Shopify or Wordpress. Many design possibilities and the builder is quite intuitive. WebWave does not allow you to create a sales tunnel but you can add forms to get contacts from your prospects.
Ruhani Rabin 🛸 | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I ran early tests on the platform. Here's the short version. There are numerous nitty-gritty alternatives that can also be cleaned up. If you only need a simple store or lead page builder, this may be a better option. This is preferable to webstarts, in my opinion.
  • It's easy to go to the market, for simple, effective landing pages
  • Easy deployment of lead generation websites
  • Drag and drop builder
  • Easy simple store
  • Even if the page is modified and saved, the published site does not see the changes. It took up to an hour for the changes to take effect.
  • There is no integration of the Google rich schema settings.
  • Loading time is not as fast as many competitors—Gtmetrix performance rating is a maximum of 81 percent, although Google PageSpeed mobile (56 percent) and desktop (56 percent) are faster (91 percent ). Checked with a ready-made theme.
  • The WebWave website IP addresses have been blacklisted for malware. Malwarebytes frequently prevents the loading editor or live test pages. This could be because the backend framework IPs were previously utilized someplace, affecting WebWave in general.
  • Only payment gateway for the store settings is Stripe, which is not available in many countries.
  • Manual VAT/Tax options in the shipping/store page-single/fixed one tax type only.
My recommendation is a 7 out of 10 ( 3 out of 5 stars). There is plenty of space for growth and development. Speed and cache need to be much improved. They will have to work hard to improve usability as well. There are numerous nitty-gritty alternatives that can also be cleaned up. If you only need a simple store or lead page builder, this may be a better option. This is preferable to webstarts in my opinion.
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
This platform is built with a drag and drop builder, whereas we already have a lot of similar tools exist in the market. I used quite a few already. But then I put WebWave a little ahead in terms of templates. The templates here are really beautifully designed, which is definitely a huge plus. On top of that, there are plenty of templates to choose from. I'm a happy user so far.
  • Drag and drop web builder
  • Eye catching template library
  • SEO optimized first loading
  • Easy editing
  • Making it more SEO compatible
  • Content builder
  • Social media scheduler
WebWave actually serves its purpose as a website builder. They have got a good number of template libraries that are purely drag and drop and easily editable. The page loading is quite okay, and we are so happy with the current performance. It's definitely helping my team and me to design websites without wasting too much time and effort. As I mentioned before, that eye-catching template is one of the best parts of WebWave and me, and my team just loved it. BTW subscriptions are also very affordable.

I can't see any major less appropriate issues so far other than the scope of making the builder more SEO optimization friendly. They can also think of adding a content builder along with a social media scheduling system. However, It's not a part of the website builder but could be a great addition to consider and makes WebWave more attractive.
Kumar Gaurav | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
The website builder tools are simple enough for anyone to rapidly master. I like the ability to create websites of any size and subsequently create websites for other people. I may start with aid from my friends and family before investing time in creating a few specialist websites for my art business. As of now, the site's tools are sufficient for me to create effective websites.
  • Easy to use
  • Great Support
  • Fast & Intuitive
  • UX experience
  • Fast Loading
  • More Features
If you want to create a website fast enough for your new product or landing page, WebWave is for you.
Jao Ortega | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I use WebWave for simple website requirements that have shorter timelines. With the faster turnaround capabilities, it tends to make me accomplish more projects in a lesser time. More projects mean more sales. I love WebWave. It's one of the most helpful website builders that I have used. The site builder is very straightforward and easy to use, and it lets you create professional websites quickly. You can also create a responsive site in just a few minutes which makes your site look good on all devices. With this tool, creating an interactive web page has never been easier!
  • Templates are ready to be used.
  • The editor is a simple drag & drop technology.
  • Site speed is decent and competitive.
  • Needs more fonts.
  • UI/UX on the editor can be made more modern.
  • Needs more templates from the library.
WebWave will be best for basic websites that need a simple layout and functionalities. It has its own use case and its own particular market. It's very ideal for freelancers, non-developers, and entrepreneurs that don't have enough time to spend on website development. It will not be comparable to Wordpress or HTML development as these serve different purposes. But for all those essential website needs, WebWave is more than great!
Jorge Ricardo Villalobos Martínez | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
This is a perfect product for clients, even though I know how to create websites from 0, this is a super complete option—easy to deploy and cheaper than other options, and I have used a lot of website builders. But the ones that allow drag and drop doesn't meet the advanced requirements as the one completely built for me. But this option is the most intuitive and complete for an excellent price and also the offer fríendly prices for agencies, so that's an extra point. Everything without complications.
  • animations
  • seo
  • drag and drop
  • wizard feature
  • More integrations
It's well suited for complete websites but fits perfectly for landing pages and when you need to hire designers but not developers. This tool helps to get done projects very easily for eCommerce stores for clients that prefer to manage a subscription instead of the whole web development. Its not that well suited for people that require very specific functions that may require plugins.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
We use WebWave to create websites on the go. With its intuitive drag-and-drop flow, it makes it easy to craft functional and efficient websites for our clients. The template library is expansive and offers enough variety for us to be able to satisfy our clients' needs across different fields and industries.
  • easy to use, very simple to pick up
  • good for newbies but powerful enough for more experienced web devs
  • packed template library with good variety
  • free SSL
  • Expect a learning curve for the bit more advanced tools in order to utilize the platform to the max
  • Onboarding, especially for more advanced features
If you are finding yourself in need of creating professional websites that don't take an eternity to make - WebWave is for you. For more advanced builders, the editor is robust and expansive, allowing you to customize to your heart's content. A bunch of additional perks like free SSL, hosting & email included makes WebWave stand out from the competition.
HM Shuja | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
As I am an Online Marketer, I always need a very attractive webpage to sell my product. But I very good webpage requires time and technical knowledge to develop. But WebWave has saved my time, effort, and money. As it doesn't require any coding knowledge, it is very easy to develop a blog or online store within just 30 minutes. WebWave has all the necessary features like shopping carts, forms, and SEO Management. So, I have all the elements for my online store in the same place.
  • Drag 'n' Drop website Builder
  • SEO Management
  • Online Store Setting and Article Management
  • It should have more improvement on AMP
  • There should be more templates in templates library.
  • There should be more customizability in block section.
WebWave is excellent for both beginner and expert online store or blog owners who don't need any coding knowledge. Anyone with no coding knowledge can design a webpage without any knowledge just within 30 minutes. Because WebWave requires a very low or no learning curve. WebWave has all the necessary features on the same user interface.
Hermes Lee | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
I like how simple the design is and it also comes with a very detailed video tutorial to guide me on every step. If you have a little experience with website building then it will be pretty straightway to get the points. The templates are also a big plus, I can easily edit them to make my own site in less than an hour. Webwave not only helps me speed up the site-building process and I don't need to worry about the hosting as well. All the templates are mobile-friendly which makes me more confident about my traffic and ranking on google.
  • Template Library
  • Hosting included
  • SSL
  • Mobile Friendly
  • Pricing
  • Layout
  • More integration
  • Better to have some text below the icons on the left-hand site menu
I can easily reuse the templates this really speeds up the whole process of site-building. I don't need to figure out the hosting I can just publish the site inside of WebWave which also saved my time and money. Today more than 2/3 users are on mobile so mobile-friendly design is very helpful to keep my traffic on my site
Rio T.P. Burhan | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
WebWave is like a long-awaited solution for designers to make a pixel perfect website on various devices, even though for regular people. As a designer, it feels like home when I start using the editor where I can design the page freely for various device displays. It has low learning curve thanks to the editor layout that is displayed like a common design software (e.g. Photoshop). Just drag and drop or edit the elements directly on the page. Fast and easy. With wide range of documentation, it really helps us to create a website as we imagine. Not to forget the numerous templates that will speed up the development process.
  • Creating website layout like in Photoshop or Figma.
  • Making my own composition library.
  • Freedom to customize the design on any device display.
  • Snap-to-guides features.
  • Fast development process.
  • Page load time on frontend and backend.
  • Exporting site to HTML.
  • Visual preview of custom HTML element on the editor.
It makes website creation more efficient as it is easy to use and the design can be done in WebWave. It's really possible for anyone to create nice website without developer or touching a code. WebWave is the one of best solutions for what it does.
Tarunabh Dutta | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Webwave is a website builder that uses a drag-and-drop interface and allows users to create stunning, professional websites without needing any prior experience with coding. The intuitive drag-and-drop interface and clear, step-by-step instructions provided by Webwave make it possible for anyone, regardless of their prior experience with web design and development, to create their own website. To get your new website up and running quickly, Webwave gives you access to hundreds of different readymade templates that you may use. Because each template comes with its own set of unique colors and fonts, you'll have the ability to design a look that is completely distinctive for your company and brand.In addition, you may use the design area to personalize every aspect of your website, from the colors and fonts to the background images and more. The SEO module will assist in ensuring that every page on your website is optimized for search engines such as Google to better index the content of your website. Even if you have no prior experience with putting together websites, you won't have any trouble picking up Webwave's intuitive interface. Your new site can be set up in fewer than five minutes, and you can instantly begin adding material afterward.
  • Drag and Drop designing of website layout
  • SEO settings for optimizing each web page
  • Readymade website templates specially prepared for various niches
  • Integration with external tools through plugins
  • More SEO optimization settings
  • More modern UI
My opinion is that Webwave is an excellent choice for the presentation of portfolios for photographers, videographers, and designers, as well as for the selling of digital products, eCommerce websites, blog content, and premium features that are protected behind a membership system, and educational websites. Although Webwave does not yet have the same compatibility with a wide variety of plugins or the same blog-friendly structure as WordPress, I am confident that it will ultimately reach that point given the current speed of development. Additionally, a larger user base will increase the community base and popularity of the product.
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