4.5 Fatally Flawed LittleTich | 27/04/2011 | See all LittleTich's reviews (1) You will read many favourable reviews of this product. Most of these are by so called experts in magazines and on websites who use the product for a week or less before giving their opinion. I spent my hard earned cash on it and used it for a year and this is what I think.The good news is that it is cheap. I actually bought my copy for 17 pounds. This is pretty good value when you consider this includes a free .com domain name for a year. Unfortunately it came with a paltry 150Mb of web space. This may have changed but if you re considering hosting multimedia such as mp3s or especially videos you ll soon need to buy more space.Like most beginners to creating websites I spent quite a while getting used to the software. It s reasonably easy to find your way round. Once you ve been through the process a few times it s quite straight forward creating pages. It s quite easy to add content to the pages too. What is harder is making the content look good. Unless you know a little bit of HTML coding it can be a very frustrating experience. This is not helped by Mr Site making back end changes to their coding/servers which mess up heading styles and such like.The final nail in the coffin for me was after many many hours of development time getting my site just right over many months I discovered that the way that Mr Site names the individual pages of the site is nothing short of ridiculous. I will make the explanation of this very simple and you will wonder how they have a business at all. Let s say you have a website which sells hats. You have one page for bowler hats one for bobble hats and one for flat hats. Your website is called myhats.com . Mr Site s page naming convention is by a numbering system so the bowler hats page will be called myhats.com/page1 bobble hats will be page2 and flat hats will be page3. So you create your pages and you send out links to them to your customers and friends. A few weeks down the line you find that you re not selling many bowler hats so you decide to discontinue the line and delete your bowler hats page - page1. When you republish your site however the pages are automatically renamed. So bobble hats is renamed to page1 flat hats become page2 and page3 no longer exists. This means that all the links you have sent out previously that people may have saved to their favourites etc are all incorrect. They will click on the page2 link you originally sent them expecting bobble hats but will instead get the flat hats page. This is in a simple 3 page site. Just imagine the chaos in a more complicated site with many more pages. Your customers/fans will soon get frustrated and go elsewhere. Static named webpages are one of if not the most fundamental requirements of any websiteMr Site briefly opened a forum so that their customers could swap ideas etc but it was soon inundated with disgruntled people with issues with their sites. I and many others had many posts relating to this ludicrous page renaming system and they eventually fixed it but for the professional version of Mr Site only. Again his may have changed since I used the product for the basic and middle versions but clearly Mr Site would like you to purchase their more expensive product.As a footnote the forum closed because it was deemed not to be being used for the purpose it was intended. As such your support now consists of sending mails to them to be told that your issue is being looked at and they will consider a fix in their next software upgrade.