how do I download website builder

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I want to download the website builder so I can edit my site offline. How do I do that?
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hi Emilee I am sorry to say that as far as I understand the new websitebuilder is an online access only ( same as Sitebuilder+) and as such is not downloadable to your PC. the older version of desktop, I belive, is still available if thats what you had originally
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Sorry, but your account is an online only account. You can use Sitebuilder Plus on the existing sites, and any new sites will be on the new Websitebuilder, but they are both online only.
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Thanks for the replies. Is there a way to use the Websitebuilder to rebuild my existing site without having to take it down or am I stuck with the old sitebuilder?
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Well sadly your stuck with whichever builder you previously used to edit your current website becuase the new architecture is not compatable with the older builders. BUT... you can now recreate your website with the new websitebuilder at you own pace and when your happy with it you can just point your domain name to your shiny new responsive website. I know its a lot of work, I have three websites to rebuild but the new responsive website and the extra elements brings the websites into the 21st centuary... I cannot be sure, but the way Google works I would not be surprised that in a year or two the older websites could well be ranked lower ( just my cycnical thought)
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