|Seed, 1/07 |
|Angel, 5/07 |
|Series A, 3/11 |
Weebly is an AJAX website creator that allows you to create pages with template skins and content widgets. Users can easily drag-and-drop content widgets like pictures, text, video and Google Maps in WYSIWYG-fashion. They also have a new blogging platform that can be added to the navigation bar of your personal Weebly page.
Weebly has opened up its API to outside developers so they can create embeddable widgets for both the Weebly pages and blog platform. Users can track their site traffic and stats on their Weebly dashboard. Users can also promote their sites by emailing their friends and posting to Facebook and StumbleUpon through the Weebly dashboard.
Weebly is a Y Combinator startup.
David Rusenko – Weebly 1 of 2Added: 12/22/11
|Launch Date||August 16, 2007|
Weebly lets users add blogs to their existing Weebly sites. All you have to do is go to the “Pages” tab on your Weebly site’s dashboard and click “Add blog” and you’re off to the races. From there, users can easily integrate drag-and-drop widgets, pictures and videos to their blog posts. You write blog posts the same way you create Weebly site pages, in WYSIWYG-fashion.
The blog platform sidebar has all the usual suspects including author bio, archiving, categories and RSS feeds. The blog platform uses AJAX, which allows you to easily move content around and edit the design.