Site URL: WiggleBits.com
Content: This site offers a how-to for building and maintaining a very basic Web site.
Design: Like the sites it shows you how to create, WiggleBits is fairly modest in terms of design. Despite its lack of primary navigation, the site is laid out well, and all of the links work as advertised. This is a no-frills resource that simply offers users a well-thought-out, step-by-step process for creating their own site.
Review: The real value of WiggleBits is its ability to impart technical knowledge to the non-technical user. Even for the reasonably tech-savvy, the thought of building a Web site from scratch may be daunting. WiggleBits removes that fear by presenting, in plain English, the proper steps for reaching that goal.
From a classroom standpoint, WiggleBits is a great way to get students excited about Web site creation. Teachers and students can easily use the platform together. Students can make their own sites, or work together to create a class site.
Bottom Line: With WiggleBits, even technophobe teachers and students can create sites with ease.