The Best Free Website Builder On 2020

Technological advances in the internet field certainly make the development of website builders very fast. For those of you who don’t know a website builder, a website builder is a website creation application without having to manually code. This is very helpful for many people because you can create a website with a good appearance without coding and can be created in just minutes. But if you want to use a full-featured website builder, of course you have to pay to get the website builder. There are so many website builders that you can get for free without paying, but most of them have limited features.

Because of this, we tried hands-on research to try using a free website builder. Here we find 8 free website builders that have quite complete features. But of course every free website builder has some drawbacks when compared to paid website builders. Here we will provide 8 recommendations for free website builders that you can try.

8 Recommended Free Website Builders

As we said in the previous paragraph, after we researched directly by creating a website using several free website builders, we found 8 free website builders that have quite complete features that you can use to create a website for free. Here are some of the website builders:

  •  Jimdo
    This Website Builder has two different versions. The latest version has a speed, simple appearance, and has quite complete features. Unlike the old version which tends to be more complex but is more flexible when viewed in theory. The similarity between the two versions is that you can control the appearance of special functions on the website that you set up. This website does not provide Indonesian, so you can only use foreign languages ​​in each setting. Talking about its features, besides being complete, it’s also very easy to use. Free storage provided with a capacity of 500 MB. The drawback of this website builder in my opinion lies in the 50 page limitation.
  • Square Space
    If you are looking for a website builder to set up your website business, then Square Space is perfect for you to make your choice. All the features and tools provided are quite complete and very interesting to see on the website design. However, there is one downside to this website builder, which is only free for 14 days. It is very unfortunate even though this website builder is called the best free website builder, it’s just that the duration of use is 14 days which this website builder lacks.
  • Network Solutions
    This Website Builder was founded in 1979, which is the first website builder in the World. This website builder is good enough to use for website development for those of you who just want to set up your own website. Besides that, the features and tools provided are also quite complete so that you can make your website look very elegant and professional. But besides that the weakness of this website builder lies in the server. The server network of Network Solutions was bad enough that many of the people decided to choose another website builder. Besides these weaknesses, this free website builder is quite complete with a menu of features provided.
  • Site 123
    Site123 is one of the easiest website builders you can use. If you are a beginner and just want to set up your own website, of course site 123 can be the best option for you to use. Besides being easy to use, you can also use Indonesian as the setting language. Interestingly you can use Site123 forever and there is no time limit. In addition, Site123 removes the site123 branding on the website that you will build so that it is enough to help you in making your branding more dominating on your website. The downside is that some features are limited, such as e-commerce and access to market apps, so you have to pay a fee to access these features.
  • GoDaddy
    GoDaddy offers excellent free template usage services. The period of use is also not limited or forever, you can use this website builder. In addition, it is very helpful for visitors who want to access the website thanks to the speed of page insights. Then the features offered are complete and the template themes provided reach thousands of themes that are indirectly able to compete with wordpress. No wonder all of these things are positive because GoDaddy is one of the oldest domain providers (about 20 years) and provides a pretty good website builder. For beginners, we recommend using the GoDaddy website builder.
  • HostGator
    For website development, of course Host Gator is perfect for you to use as the website builder of your choice. Provides more than 100 very responsive and elegant theme designs that you can choose from. In addition, HostGator has tools that are easy enough for beginners to understand.

Best Free Website Builder Recommendations

The following are two highly recommended website builders for you to try, especially those of you who want to set up a website using a free website builder that has quite complete features.

  • Wix
    Wix is ​​a website builder that is widely used by website founders. It’s easy to use and has beautiful templates to make this website builder the best choice for website founders. In addition, you can access almost all complete features for free, including the blogging tool, the Free App Market, and many other interesting features that are free. In addition, Wix provides 500 free templates that are beautiful and have an attractive design.
  • WordPress.Com
    Wordpress is the most widely used website builder on the Internet. Apart from that, it can be said that wordpress is the best free website builder of all time. The original website of this web builder is and you can find 100 free CMS themes. WordPress is the best choice if you want to set up an online store, online business for free.

Those are some free website builders that you can use if you want to set up a website at no cost. But when you have reached the limits on using a free website builder, of course you have to upgrade using a paid website builder.

When to Use a Paid Website Builder?

If you ask when you should use a paid website idn slot builder, then you must first look at the condition of the website and your current needs. Here are some things that determine you should switch to using a paid website builder.

  • If you want to use your own brand domain name.
  • When you want to enlarge and multiply the items you sell on your online store.
  • If you want to access some interesting features that you don’t find on free website builders.
  • If you want your website to avoid free advertising, then you must also upgrade your website builder to a paid one.

Some of the things above you need to pay attention to if you have succeeded in establishing a website and starting to develop to increase the quality of your website.

That is the information we can provide to you through this article. Hopefully the information we convey can help you and add to your insight about website builders. Thank you and stay tuned for updated information about the website on our website.

Decrypting service in DVBStreamExplorer using CI capable hardware

A little known feature in DVBStreamExplorer is the ability to decrypt DVB services using hardware that supports common interface (CI). You will need a TechnoTrend tuner card with CI support. This includes devices such as TT-connect CT 3650 CI and TT-connect S2 3650 CI. TT Budget cards with CI add-on card will also work. Cards with CI option from manufactures other than TechnoTrend will not work. Also this will only work with DVBStreamExplorer x86 version. CI and DiSEqC features are implemented in a proprietary DLL from TechnoTrend, ttBdaDrvApi_Dll.dll. Apparently this DLL is only available in 32 bit version.
You will also need a conditional access module (CAM) and a valid subscription smart-card. See picture below. It shows TT-connect CT 3650 CI, Conax CAM and subscription smart-card.

Insert your CAM and do a SI scan in DVBStreamExplorer. When completed switch to service view and DVBStreamExplorer should look similar to below.

Note that in lower right corner it can be seen that no service is currently selected.
To select a service for decryption locate an encrypted service in service view and double-click on it.
Lower right corner will now show that a service has been successfully selected.

Note this does not necessarily mean that service will be decrypted successfully. It just mean that tuning and selection of service was executed successfully.

You can check the DVBStreamExplorer log file for CI related entries. The log file can be found from options / preferences / logging.

Here is some logging from when CAM was inserted and initialized. The CA ID 0xb00 is for Conax.

 213 – Apr 25 09:25:51.189 – (9.842) – <4> – CI_OnSlotStatus(0,1)

 214 – Apr 25 09:25:51.189 – (9.842) – <4> – CI_SLOT_MODULE_INSERTED

 215 – Apr 25 09:25:57. 63 – (15.716) – <4> – CI_OnSlotStatus(0,2)

 216 – Apr 25 09:25:57. 63 – (15.716) – <4> – CI_SLOT_MODULE_OK

 217 – Apr 25 09:25:57. 63 – (15.716) – <4> – CI_SLOT_CA_OK

 218 – Apr 25 09:25:57. 63 – (15.716) – <4> – CA:  219 – Apr 25 09:25:57. 63 – (15.716) – <4> – supported CA ID[0]: 0x0B00

And here is some logging from when a service was selected for decryption.

1222 – Apr 25 12:10:11.524 – (9870.177) – <4> – Selecting service ‘Discovery Channel’

1223 – Apr 25 12:10:11.623 – (9870.276) – <4> – CI_OnCAStatus(255,14,0)

1224 – Apr 25 12:10:11.623 – (9870.276) – <4> – CI_SWITCH_PRG_REPLY

1225 – Apr 25 12:10:11.623 – (9870.276) – <4> – ERR_NONE

Again this does not not necessarily mean that service will be decrypted successfully. It just means that connection to CAM is in good state.

To check that service is actually decrypted open DVB TS Monitor. Make sure that “Options / Parse A/V elementary headers” is enabled. Start the scan. In current service tab, services node locate the service selected for decryption. Verify that it looks something like below.

If you see details about A/V streams as tagged above, it means that service is successfully decrypted. That is unless the service was not encrypted at all to begin with. Note that it can take up to a minute or in rare cases even more for the header details to appear. This is because each stream in TS is scanned one by one for some time looking for header information.

Once decryption is verified you can save TS to disk. You can then view decrypted service in VLC. You can also stream service over UDP. Other clients can then pick up the decrypted service.

DVBStreamExplorer Service Viewer

DVBStreamExplorer Service Viewer is an application that will display DVB service information from XML service files exported from DVBStreamExplorer. The view and organisation of services is similar to the built-in service viewer in DVBSE. However source code is available for the external viewer so that you can modify and improve it exactly to your needs.
Source code and binaries are available here

Below is shown a screenshot of local DVB-T services. The selected view is by provider, GO, the main provider of DVB-T services in Malta.

The XML file used in this example can be downloaded from here–RuTTlNlQ2N3cVpscFU/view?usp=sharing. It contains information about a total of 280 services.
Besides local DVB-T services from Malta it also includes quite a number of services from Sicily. This includes services from providers like RAI and Mediaset among others. It also includes what appear to be a OTA update service for a Samsung box.


There is another file, an export of Astra 19E scan. You can download it from here–RuTdjVtYVdLVUFuTms/view?usp=sharing. This export has 1488 services. You could have even more services if you are scanning multiple satellite positions.
Sometimes it’s desirable to limit the view to just a few services with some specific properties. For example you might be interested in services only that have certain features, i.e. hbbtv and/or teletext. Or maybe services using a specific CA provider. Or maybe you want services which support a certain audio language. The filter option allows you to apply filter on almost all available properties.
Above is an example of filter options. Filter conditions of same attribute type are OR’ed and all unique attribute types are AND’ed. In case of list values such as feature attribute all list items are AND’ed. So in the example above the value “hbbtv,teletext” matches all services which have both hbbtv and teletext services. This is then AND’ed with CASystemID condition. CASystemID condition matches all services that have at least one list item in the range 0x1800-0x18ff. This is the range of Nagravision (Kudelski SA). You can find CA system identifiers here The AudioLanguage conditions are not applied since they are disabled. For convenience it’s possible to disable a filter condition without the need to remove it from list.
You can download binary and source code here
Happy DTV service hunting.
To try out the features without doing your own scan in DVBStreamExplorer download this file–RuTUnUwZlZjQURpRE0/view?usp=sharing. It contains a total of 5251 TV, radio and various data services i.e. STB firmware updates, MHP/HbbTV applications etc. from 10 satellites. You can use it to try out the service grouping/sorting and filtering options.

Extracting DSM-CC data and object carousel content with TS File Demux

TS File Demux now includes a feature to extract DSM-CC data and object carousel content. This feature is meant to be a lighter alternative to a similar feature in DVBSTreamExplorer which might be overkill in some situations. If you need decoding of DSM-CC sections and BIOP messages, DVBStreamExplorer is the still way to go.

Below is a screenshot of a TS file that contains  DSM-CC data.
TS File Demux main window
The DSM-CC filters have been added automatically after applying ‘Add all’. Streams of type 0x0b, ISO/IEC 13818-6 type B, are considered as DSM-CC carousel streams. You can add DSM-CC filter for arbitrary PID if it wasn’t recognized as DSM-CC carousel and you believe that it is.
Below is screenshot of some extracted object carousel files. The files are part of a MHP application.
Extracted files
The files can now be studied offline.
Follow this link to download TS File Demux here.

DVBStreamExplorer service XML files

DVBStreamExplorer has the feature to save service information as XML files. This can either be done explicitly from File->Export->XML menu, or it can be saved automatically on completion of a multiple MUX scanning session.
The folder where to save automatically can be set on Options->preferences menu on SI Scan tab.

The XML file contains information about all the services found during SI scan by analysing PAT, PMT, NIT, SDT and NIT tables. Post processing this XML file can have many useful applications.
In this post I will be demonstrate how to read the service XML file and post content to a web service encoded in JSON. For instance this could be used to feed an on-line web application with service data.


Information about one service is stored in one XML element.
An example of a service XML element is shown below.

<service position=”Astra 19.2°E” frequency=”11303″ polarity=”H” symbolrate=”22000″ fec=”2/3″ modulation_system=”1″ modulation_type=”2″ roll_off=”0″ name=”ORF1 HD” provider=”ORF” network_type=”dvbs” network_name=”ASTRA 1″ onid=”1″ nid=”1″ tsid=”1007″ sid=”4911″ pmt=”107″ pcr=”1920″ type=”25″ free_ca_mode=”1″ lcn=”-1″>
<ca CA_system_ID=”3333″ CA_PID=”220″ private_bytes=””/>
<ca CA_system_ID=”3477″ CA_PID=”270″ private_bytes=””/>
<ca CA_system_ID=”1608″ CA_PID=”120″ private_bytes=””/>
<ca CA_system_ID=”5890″ CA_PID=”320″ private_bytes=””/>
<ca CA_system_ID=”6195″ CA_PID=”420″ private_bytes=””/>
<ca CA_system_ID=”2500″ CA_PID=”480″ private_bytes=””/>
<ca CA_system_ID=”2444″ CA_PID=”490″ private_bytes=””/>
<ca CA_system_ID=”3480″ CA_PID=”272″ private_bytes=””/>
<ca CA_system_ID=”1616″ CA_PID=”122″ private_bytes=””/>
<stream type=”27″ pid=”1920″ type2=”14496-10″>
<stream type=”4″ pid=”1921″ language=”ger” type2=”13818-3″>
<stream type=”4″ pid=”1922″ language=”eng” type2=”13818-3″>
<stream type=”6″ pid=”1923″ language=”ger” type2=”ac3″>
<stream type=”6″ pid=”1925″ type2=”teletext”>
<stream type=”5″ pid=”7310″ application_name=”ORF HbbTV – SAT HD” type2=”hbbtv”>
<stream type=”11″ pid=”7311″ type2=”data”>

As it can be seen there is quite some information. This includes properties like name, provider, tuner parameters, NID/ONID/TSID/SID and more. It also includes CA information, both from first loop of descriptors and the loop for each stream.
Each stream contains a type field which is simply the stream_type field from PMT. It contains a type2 field. The value is decided after analysing of stream_type field and certain descriptors. Besides benefaction of various audio and video streams this will also identify certain features and applications such as teletext, subtitle, mhp, hbbtv and more.

Client application

The client application is a .NET application written in C#. Source code is available from here
It will allow you to select service XML file; network type; web service URL and method. After applying ‘Process’ service content will be sent to specified URL encoded in JSON.
You can modify the application for your specific needs if this will not work for you.

Server application


The server application is a simple PHP script that will consume the JSON data posted by client application. It will validate the presence of  a few expected properties, name and provider. Other than that it won’t do anything with the data. In a real world application one might want to do stuff like saving the service data to a database.
The PHP script can be found below and can me modified for your specific needs. It was tested on a basic Apache running on Linux.

$fp = fopen(php://input,r);
$data = stream_get_contents($fp);
$decode = json_decode($data);
if($decode == null) {
header(HTTP/1.0 500 Internal Server Error);
header(Content-Type: text/plain);
echo failed to decode JSON\n;
else {
foreach($decode as $value) {
// check a few properties, but not all possible properties.
if(!property_exists($value,name)) {
header(HTTP/1.0 500 Internal Server Error);
header(Content-Type: text/plain);
echo property name not found\n;
if(!property_exists($value,provider)) {
header(HTTP/1.0 500 Internal Server Error);
header(Content-Type: text/plain);
echo property provider not found\n;
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Google App Engine

There is is a live test web-service here running on Google App Engine. Source code for web application is available here


This was just an minimum example to get you started. It doesn’t really do anything useful as is. But it does show the potential of post processing service XML file.

H.262 usage reports in CSV format in TS File Demux 2.2.13

The latest version of TS File Demux introduces a new feature whereby extended reports about H.262 usage can be created in CSV format. The new feature is available as an option for all ES filters.
One report, h262report.csv, includes count of all picture_start_code, slice_start_code, user_data_start_code, sequence_header_code, sequence_error_code, extension_start_code, sequence_end_code and  group_start_code packets for all selected ES filters where H.262 report feature is enabled.
An example of such file is shown below. Document can also be opened directly in Google Drive here:

Then for each selected ES filter where H.262 report feature is enabled a CSV file will be created listing all H.262 packets in order of occurrence.
An example of such file can open document directly in Google Drive from link below. The file is too large to be shown in-line.