Voog

Voog Website Templates or Themes

You get access to a small range of carefully-designed templates that are likely to satisfy most of your needs.

Despite the number of templates (around 10) available to you for selection being pretty low, they are all high-quality layout options with good responsive features.

You are bound to be pleased with the look and feel of the templates, even though you would surely want Voog to increase the template options in the future.

You will not be able to modify the default templates without digging deep into the code and making use of any programming skills that you may possess.

If you do not like coding, then you simply have to use the templates as they are, without any customisation.

Voog Website Editor Interface

Once you select the theme of your choice and sign up to your Voog account, the layout will already be loaded with a few dummy pages which contain some text boxes, images and more.

However, you will not find any dummy text, which you would find with many other website builder. Instead, you will come across empty spaces with directions for you to drag your choice of text or similar items to that space.

The Voog editor consists of a simple horizontal toolbar at the bottom of your screen. This editor interface is sparse, as it is not overloaded with lots of elements that may confuse you.

You mostly have to play around with two tabs (Content and Files) on the horizontal bar that contains most of the basic elements that you would probably need to design your site’s pages.

For example, you can drag any element, such as text, forms, galleries, movies or maps, from the Content tab and place them on the page.

Once the elements are placed on the page, you can edit the place of the content. If you wish to add images to your page, you can do so from the Files tab.

However, if you wish to add an image gallery, then you need to first get the gallery from the Content tab, followed by images from the Files tab.

There may not be any direct help available to help you understand this, but the interface is so sparse that you will eventually learn how to handle the drag-and-drop site design process.

You can even add more pages by using the “Add” option from the navigation bar at the top. You will get three types of pages to select from: common page (which is blank), homepage or blog.

You can then add elements to the pages or reorganise them as per your requirements.

The WYSIWYG text editor is very easy to use. Similarly, you will enjoy working with the form builder that provides you with plenty of input options to build registration forms or contact forms.