As the name suggests, "web building kits" use prefabricated "building blocks" with which you can build a website. Such "building blocks" are, for example, banners that organize a web page vertically, texts, geometric design elements, buttons, images and embedded videos up to complex composite building blocks such as complete input masks up to elaborately designed web page templates. In "Cheetah" you will find a large number of such "building blocks", which are called "elements" or website templates here. Each of these "elements" is often available in many different "basic designs" and are transferred by "drag'n drop" from the corresponding element palette into the design area of the site builder, where they can then be positioned and their properties (e.g. size, color, border, etc.) can be explicitly set. You will certainly recognize here the paradigm of "object orientation", as it is known in almost all modern programming languages, only that here you as a web designer are completely shielded from the program code that is automatically built up in the background. The "elements" are "objects" that have certain properties depending on the object type and to which certain "events" (for example, in the form of a link that leads to another web page as soon as the object is clicked with the mouse) can also be assigned under certain circumstances. Let's take a simple "button" as an example. Its size is determined on the web page by the "width" and "height" properties, which you, as a web designer, can set with pixel precision, in addition to its position on the web page, without having to write a single line of HTML code. Another property is the "caption". Again, this can be thought of as a separate object with the properties "text", "font family" (font), "font size", "font color", "font attributes" (e.g. "bold", "italic") and "text alignment", all of which can be set individually by you in the design process. This results in the enormous flexibility of elements in a web construction kit. And of course, since a button is not built into a web page as an end in itself, it usually serves as a trigger for an action, which in "Cheetah" is called a "redirect". It is triggered ("event") when you click with the mouse on the corresponding button. Usually this is the redirection to an internal or external web page. But also the triggering of the download of a file, the opening of a popup window, the branching to an "anchor" or the sending of a preconfigured e-mail can be such a "redirection". "Cheetah" offers many possibilities (which are of course not limited to "buttons").
The paradigm of object orientation allows the prefabrication of composite elements, such as entire input masks, image galleries or element boxes. This not only saves development time, but in "Cheetah" you can also save ready-configured elements up to entire banners populated with elements under their own name as "templates" to be able to reuse them later. In this way, it is a simple matter to maintain one's own corporate design across different websites. The "extreme case" of such "templates" is ready-designed whole websites, which are called "website templates". So, for example, if you own a barber store and you want to design a website for it, you don't have to start from "scratch" in "Cheetah", but you can choose the template for a "Barber Shop" from Builderall's huge template library and load it into the "Cheetah" site builder. You will then have a fully designed professional website in front of you, the elements of which you can now modify at your own discretion by deleting unnecessary elements, adjusting the properties (especially texts) of required elements or adding new elements or entire pages. In this way, Builderall's special "Barbershop Website Template" allow you to build your own professional website for your business in no time. It really doesn't get any better or easier than this!
In this context, we would like to explicitly point out the "Builderall Funnel Club", which can be purchased separately from the PREMIUM plan and already contains several hundred prefabricated, fully functional funnels (websites). All these "Funnels" are individually customizable. Their use helps to save an enormous amount of design work. So if you are in online marketing and need to create funnels often, you should definitely become a member of the Funnel Club.
Downloadable Funnel for „Barber Shops“ from the „Builderall Funnel Club“
The template library of "Cheetah" is now so extensive that you should be able to find a suitable website template for virtually every conceivable purpose. And this library of professionally designed websites keeps growing...
Extract from Builderall's extensive template library
Sometimes you hear the argument that web construction kits are too limited compared to "direct coders". This may be true in principle. But not complete. In "Cheetah", for example, scripts (e.g. for the Facebook pixel or for Google Analytics - from version 5.0 on, there is even a Builderall-own pixel available!) as well as inline HTML code can be inserted without further ado by means of a special element, which makes it quite worthwhile to deal with native HTML-based web programming in addition to the site builder. In particular, it allows you to make the great snippet collections available on the net available for your own web pages. If that's nothing?