03 Feb 07 3:39 pm
Yes, you can build a different home page from the rest of your site but it would require setting up a separate directory for each style, which can get confusing to set up unless you're experienced.
Xsitepro's strong suit is to create good looking sites that are seo optimised and linked properly fast.
Generally you can spot an XSP site a mile away - not that that's a bad thing, most people don't make the effort to make their site unique looking. If you want to create something a little more creative it's going to take some planning on your end. Here's a page that will give you an example of the different styles of sites you can build with it: *broken link*
Basically, if you're looking to design really complex designs, you may as well just opt for Dreamweaver, if you want out of the box simplicity to hit the ground running... XSP is perfect!
PS If you decide to go with XSP and you buy from my link, I'll give you a $25 Rebate
and a copy of my XSP Traffic Report
Free, send me a PM if interested.
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