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Please recommend a website platform

Hello all!

I would be really thankful if you could recommend me some website platform for my website.

I manage a mid-sized hotel and I want to be able to accept reservation through the website. So, please share your ideas and tips if you've had an experience with something similar.


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This is one of those well done systems.

I suggest you hit up and get yourself listed and chat with them about how to integrate with their world.

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Thanks for your suggestion but this is not exactly what I am after at the moment.

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Re: platform

A website platform (say, Linux with Apache and PHP and Laravel) is what a web application runs on and is written in. I think you're searching for a web application first before thinking about the platform and the host to run it.

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Please recommend a website platform

Hello , I think Linux with Apache and PHP and wordpress is best platform for website designing but if you go for Eccomerce website you should go for Magento or shopify and cube card.

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Kartcastle is a good Website Platform

Well, I know one company name, that will surely assist you regarding your requirement. You can search "KartCastle" in google and get best service according to your requirement.

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depend on your preferences

are you looking more for a simple website builder, like squarespace, joomla?

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Your own URL + Wordpress : that's it

Personally I would go for Wordpress. Most widely supported, easy to get people who can set it up for you. Also easy to get a variety of plugins for including various features, quite often free! We are just building a boutique travel site. And mightily happy.

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Post was last edited on November 3, 2016 5:47 AM PDT

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