Provided that you have little if any previous experience, starting your own site might appear tricky. Coding and web design aren't the easiest things to learn, so if you would like to start your web presence, you could use site themes. A theme is a pre-made website that you can edit by adding your own written text, images, links within the site or to external content, and so on. Some templates may be more sophisticated and may offer you more options for example picking the color scheme or the amount of columns on the site using an easy-to-use visual interface, so even if you have never designed a site before, you can still build a gorgeous and professionally looking one with just a couple of clicks.

Free Website Templates in Shared Website Hosting

With each of the shared website hosting solutions we offer we will provide you with access to numerous templates that you can use for your websites. Our site builder comes with 70+ themes for simpler sites and it'll allow you to use pre-defined pages, select the style or color scheme for a given theme, and so forth. For dynamic web sites we have hundreds of themes which you can use with script applications like Mambo, Moodle or WordPress. You will be able to modify various settings for every template via the admin panel of the corresponding script, so you will not need any coding knowledge in order to have a beautiful website. All of the templates are available totally free and are accessible through the hosting Control Panel, so you will not need to waste money on obtaining paid themes or hiring a web designer.

Free Website Templates in Semi-dedicated Hosting

Through our semi-dedicated server solutions you'll be able to use hundreds of complimentary themes for your web sites. You'll pay only the plan’s monthly fee and you will save tens, even hundreds of dollars for site design services because we will never ask you for any extra fees to be able to access our website templates. You can use our online website builder, which includes more than 70 web templates with different color schemes and styles, or you can use script-driven applications like Joomla, Mambo or WordPress and use hundreds of gorgeous themes for them, each with quite a lot of options you can manage via the script back office. You will have a wide selection depending on what type of website you intend to build and how involved you want to be.