What is DragDropr? DragDropr Review
The idea of designing a website could be troublesome, especially if you’re not familiar with the processes of coding but fortunately enough there are certain products i.e. software tools that can make the job much easier and straightforward. Searching around the Internet you would come across the so-called drag & drop software packages that are the usual go-to tool for doing web-design without the need of knowing how to actually code.
Sometimes there are drawbacks to the benefits of this type of tools, such as a lack of responsiveness and your content not being generated as promised, but after looking around for a bit I came across DragDropr which seemed to be a software tool free of ‘side effects’ so I decided to give it a try.
The minute you hear ‘drag & drop’ your hopes of creating a nice webpage go up. Because what usually happens is that we all have great ideas that we visualize, but sometimes it’s hard for us to make them a reality (unless we know how to code) . Therefore, in order to make your ideas work in a simple way what you will need is a visual content builder that allows you to edit and organize items all into one place
Of course, having a starting point would be quite helpful as well, and from there you can discard what you don’t like and reshape the rest. Luckily, this is where tools like DragDropr step in to make our web-designing life easier.
DragDropr – visual content builder
DragDropr is a useful visual content builder that does exactly what it states. For starters, it comes with over 200 templates that give you a beginning point and help with ideas. This makes it easier for you to have an end-product because you can choose a template that fits your taste and from there you can enrich it by adding stuff that you like and need, as well as organize it all to your preference.
The process of adding things with DragDropr is very simple and after you ‘drag’ something – the content gets generated instantly which makes the software fully responsive. This is of course extremely important because it’s one of the main advantages/features/capabilities you need from the tool. And the reason I say this is because with some other tools, the responsiveness is not there which leaves you feeling misled.
On the more practical side, DragDropr offers compatibility with any CMS application that makes use of a RTE. It also provides several plugins such as WordPress, Shopify, Lightspeed and Magento 1&2. And back to the responsiveness aspect of it, what’s great is that things get stored as genuine HTML codes, and not only that but when you make changes to your design as you go along, the rendering is instantaneous and you won’t be noticing any errors on your screen. Needless to say, this makes DragDropr a very favorable software program.
As I mentioned earlier, DragDropr offers more than 200 templates and content blocks that may serve as a starting point. With these, it’s very simple to make changes and the whole process becomes even more convenient when you realize that, for example, with the Google Chrome plug-in there is no need for any backend logging of your CMS. In addition, whatever CSS style your website has designed – the content blocks will follow it by default.
How to start using DragDropr
To start using DragDropr, at first you will need to register on the site for a free trial, fill in some information and then get yourself an activation link. From there, the first thing you will see is the dashboard. This is where you can access options such as content block samples and widgets. Next, when you’re at the main working area, you will notice a clear and simple design that includes the larger window at the center surrounded by columns from the sides.
These columns include the main options of widgets and content from which you can choose from, and after you do so – you will be able to make further and more detailed alterations.
To be more specific, the widget tab gives you the ability to change things such as layout and controls, as well as play around with images, headlines, videos, buttons etc. This is where the column on the right becomes useful for there you can do the more specific modifications. For example, if you working with an image you can provide a URL for it, rotate and align it, and you can also mix up the width and height. As far as the content blocks option is concerned, this is where you can dive into the large number of templates that DragDropr provides.
Overall, it could be concluded that if you’re a person in the need of doing web-design without really knowing how to code, and especially if you’ve previously been burned with other software tools that didn’t provide what they promised, such as full responsiveness, then my suggestion is to definitely try out DragDropr. If one thing is sure with this visual content builder is that – it delivers! The content can be organized and changed with ease, the previews are immediate, and you also get excessive content blocks that give you a starting point to say the least.