SiteJet Website Builder

Build, design, manage, and grow competitive websites, no coding required!

Sitejet Builder is included in all UKC Shared Hosting plans and lets you create competitive websites quickly and effortlessly directly from your panel. It has all the tools you need for easy site building, no coding required.

  • Drag & drop on-page editor
  • Powerful design capabilities
  • AI-driven content creation
  • Integrated eCommerce solution
  • Included with UKC Web Hosting
  • Fully integrated in your panel

Design beautiful websites

Easily create professional websites without coding or hiring a designer. Pick a template, customise it with our drag & drop editor, and hit ‘publish’ to go live.

Design websites with
  • 140+ Designer-made templates
  • Full design flexibility
  • Corporate Identity Detection
  • Global design settings
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Offer great user experience

Create fast, responsive, and SEO-friendly websites that users and search engines adore. Launch websites built for top rankings and focused on conversions in no time.

  • Created timely and hassle-free
  • Competitive with integrated eCommerce solution
  • SEO-friendly for better rankings
  • Responsive and fast for great UX
  • Customizable with widgets
  • Multi-language for international success

Create content effortlessly

Writing compelling content is not your strong suit? Don’t worry, Sitejet Builder has got you covered. Create and embed AI-powered content directly into your site.

  • AI-driven Text Generator
  • Dynamic content collections
  • Free stock photos & videos

Free & fully integrated

Enjoy powerful site-building capabilities at no additional cost to your UKC Hosting service plan. Expand your business to new markets and build your own website.

  • Fully integrated into the Plesk panel
  • More value, same price
  • Stay competitive
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Start building websites directly in your Plesk panel Now

SiteJet SiteBuilder is included in all UKC Shared Hosting Plans at no additional cost!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

1. What is Sitejet Builder for Plesk, and how do I access it?

  • Sitejet Builder for Plesk is a fully integrated, easy-to-use website builder available directly in your UKC Plesk panel. You can access it by logging into your Plesk control panel and selecting Sitejet Builder.

2. Do I need coding skills to use Sitejet Builder?

  • No, you don’t need any coding skills. Sitejet Builder is designed for easy use with a drag & drop editor, making website building simple and intuitive.

3. Is Sitejet Builder included in all UKC hosting plans?

  • Yes, Sitejet Builder is included for free in all our shared hosting plans.

4. Can I create an eCommerce website with Sitejet Builder?

  • Absolutely! Sitejet Builder comes with an integrated eCommerce solution, allowing you to create competitive online stores effortlessly.

5. Are there templates available in Sitejet Builder?

  • Yes, there are over 140 designer-made templates with full design flexibility, making it easy to create professional websites without hiring a designer.

6. How does Sitejet Builder ensure my website is SEO-friendly?

  • Sitejet Builder creates fast, responsive, and SEO-friendly websites. It focuses on top rankings and conversions, ensuring your site is optimised for search engines and user experience.

7. Can I create content for my website if I’m not good at writing?

  • Yes, Sitejet Builder includes an AI-driven Text Generator and dynamic content collections, making it easy to create compelling content without being a skilled writer.

8. What kind of support does UKC offer for Sitejet Builder?

  • UKC provides full support for Sitejet Builder. Our team can assist with any questions or issues you may have, ensuring you make the most out of this powerful tool.

9. Is Sitejet Builder suitable for creating multi-language websites?

  • Yes, Sitejet Builder supports multi-language capabilities, allowing you to cater to a global audience and achieve international success.

10. How do I install Sitejet Builder on my Plesk panel?

  • Sitejet Builder is already available in your UKC Shared Hosting plan, simply login to your Plesk Panel to access the online builder.

10 Tricks to Creating a Great Website

How to Create a Great Website

If you want your business to be a success you must have a website, otherwise you’re missing out on a huge audience.

However any old website won’t do – it must be a usable one. So with that in mind, here are some practical tips to get you started.

1. Don’t delay.

Don’t hang around: buy your domain name now if you haven’t already and put up a holding page to let people know you’re developing the site. Get the basic bones of the site up and running and then develop it as you go along. This way you’ll build an audience right from the very beginning.

2. Focus on appealing to your ideal customers.

Do you know who your customer is? All successful websites are built on this knowledge. Keep it simple and focus on providing them with exactly what they need. Know who you are aiming to connect with before you start building the site so you are heading in the right direction.

3. Invest in a web designer to create your website.

It might be tempting to do everything yourself, but expert designers are experts for a reason. They know how to appeal to your target audience and build the website so it is easy to navigate and use. You’ll also get a much better quality website in a shorter amount of time than it would take you to create one yourself.

4. Minimise your use of images.

Images and graphics do have a place on a website. However they shouldn’t dominate the text, because ultimately people will visit your website for information rather than images. Using too many of them can also lead to a much slower loading website, and that could send some people elsewhere when they want their information quickly.

5. Make sure the site works with all browsers and screen sizes.

If you hire a web designer they’ll do this for you – taking another headache out of your list of things to do. Your site might look great for someone using Firefox but it may not appear properly for someone using another browser. You want it to look its best at all times so people don’t give up and go elsewhere.

6. Make sure you are easy to get in touch with.

A key part of developing your website is to make sure all your contact details are included. It is incredible how many people forget to do this. Make sure the information is easy to access from all parts of the website too. If someone wants to get in touch but can’t find the required information, they’ll go elsewhere.

7. Entice people to come back by letting them know what’s coming in the near future.

This is another good way to pique people’s interest. Perhaps you have a new product or service coming soon. Promote it and get people to come back for a closer look in the near future. Announce a forthcoming blog post or a new web page focusing on a new area of your business for example.

8. Link to and from your website.

You don’t want to link to competitor’s sites, but you can link to sites that provide more information on your work or business. Furthermore it is a good idea to create quality links from other sites back to your own. This can be done through promoting your website as positively and consistently as you can.

9. Submit your website to web directories.

This is one of the best ways to get indexed in the search engines as quickly as you can. While the search engines will find your site eventually, you want them to know where you are without delay. The sooner your site can be found, the sooner you will start getting traffic. Don’t forget to contact web indexers either, to ensure the URL of your website is listed in all the right places.

10. Provide strong navigation and a good linking structure.

Have you ever found yourself on a website and lost track of where you are? If you have you’ll know how important good navigation is. Make sure you provide a good linking structure between pages. Again, this is something a good quality web designer can help you with. Ensure your visitors can always find their way back to the home page or to other parts of the website.

As you can see, there are a number of techniques you can use to make sure your website is strong, easy to navigate and welcoming to your visitors. The better your website is, the more likely it is people will come back and visit again and again.

How do I disable the Popup Blocker in Chrome?

How to disable the pop-up blocker in Chrome

When Google Chrome blocks a popups a small blue and white icon with a red “X”on is displayed in the far right side of the address bar.

If you click on this icon, you can see a list of the pop-ups blocked for that page. You can click on the items in this list to view them, and you can also select the box to “Always allow pop-ups” from the site you’re on (refresh for this change to take effect).

To disable the pop-up blocker entirely,

  • Launch Chrome
  • go to Tools > Options > Under the Hood > Content settings… > Pop-ups

This will entirely disable the popup blocker in Chrome

Preview a selection of Sitebuilder’s 1,000+ unique designs

Build, design, manage, and grow competitive websites, no coding required!

Sitejet Builder is included in all UKC Shared Hosting plans and lets you create competitive websites quickly and effortlessly directly from your panel. It has all the tools you need for easy site building, no coding required.

  • Drag & drop on-page editor
  • Powerful design capabilities
  • AI-driven content creation
  • Integrated eCommerce solution
  • Included with UKC Web Hosting
  • Fully integrated in your panel

I receive an error message on trying to Publish using Sitebuilder

If you are receiving an error message when you try to publish from your Site Builder account, then it may be that you have updated your Hosting password since your Site Builder was set up.
If you have done this, then you will either need to either,
a) notify us of the new password, so that we can update the ftp details held within your site builder account, or,
b) change your hosting password back and then publish your site.
If your updates are urgent, then we suggest that you choose option “b” above.