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With Siter.io you can design in the cloud and create new websites seamlessly, without any coding skills.
Siter.io is an online design tool where you can design in the cloud and create new websites seamlessly, without any coding skills. Siter uses intuitive design tools, familiar workflows, and groups and layers. Here are some of the versatile components and features:
- Embed and local videos
- Intuitive interface
- Forms and apps collection
- Export designs with Figma Plugin
- Multiple pricing plans
In the future, Siter hopes to provide more tools:
- Realtime collaboration
- Animation settings
- SVG Editing
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