Have SITEBuilder back? Don't Like website builder.

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Time consuming with second site.  Design Features Too technical.
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Drew N, Community Manager

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If you really want to, I will set you up to use Sitebuilder for a new site. It is very different, but makes a much better site. I can create another site for you and make it Sitebuilder, then you can still play with the new builder without the pressure of needing it live and finished.
Let me know what you want to do.
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hi Drew. You wrote: ["I can (1) create another site for you and make it Sitebuilder, ...  then you can still (2) play with the New Builder"]

Uh, don't know; only my first site building experience was Much easier - fool proof. Any help getting started is appreciated but I wasn't too bad on my own with original :)

So I am thinking the "new builder" isn't for the faint of heart!??  No pressure there if it disappears to make room for a good looking site done by a dummy / non-pro /Me - no long learning curve! lol
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Ok, I will change the DMVnotary to Sitebuilder. You will need to select a new template from the Sitebuilder collection.

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