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Infinity Website Builder FAQ

What is the Infinity Website Builder?
The Infinity Website Builder is an easy to use program that walks you through creating a website using pre-existing page templates. It is not an HTML editor.

How much does it cost to use the Infinity Website Builder?
The Infinity Website Builder is absolutely free! All you need is an active account with Infinity Internet. There is no extra charge to use it.

How do I use the Infinity Website Builder?
The Infinity Website Builder does not require any big downloads or complicated installations. You can access it from our Online Customer Support Center in the My Account section. Log in with your username and password. A link to the Infinity Website Builder is found under Personal Website button. Simply click on the link and follow the step-by-step instructions.

Do I have to know HTML (HyperText Markup Language) to use the Infinity Website Builder?
No. Using the Infinity Website Builder does not require any knowledge of HTML. (Hypertext Markup Language is used to design web pages and is read by web browsers like Microsoft Internet Explorer.)

Is there a manual/tutorial for the Infinity Website Builder?
No. The Infinity Website Builder is so simple, it walks you through the process of creating your own webpages. Some functions do include a "Help" link that provides additional explanations when clicked on.

How many different page templates are there?
There are over 90 unique page templates.

Can I modify the page templates?
Yes. The Infinity Website Builder allows you to change background colors, font colors, font sizes, and font types. If you know HTML, you can access the page files directly and make even more modifications.

Can I still upload my own files?
Yes. You can use an FTP program, or the Infinity Website Builder's File Manager, to upload your own files to your public_html directory.

Will using the Infinity Website Builder delete my old website?
Yes, the Infinity Website Builder will save over old files in your public_html directory that are the same name as the new files it creates. If you want to keep those old files, we recommend you rename them first, or move them to a different directory.

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