You need a no-cost way to hone your website development skills, and we want new, aspiring developers to use our software. Sounds like a win-win to us!
With Marketpath CMS you can create a new site and start coding in less than a minute. Don't worry about setting up a local web server and getting lost in configuration files. We make it a lot easier, and you can even import full sites to begin modifying.
Marketing is about storytelling and Marketpath CMS provides the vehicle to deliver that story to your audience.
You can build entire marketing sites for your class projects that include interactive home pages, blogs, event calendars, custom datastores, and much more. For free!
Setup landing pages with custom messaging and value propositions for specific target audiences using our pre-built landing page templates.
Invite other team members to contribute content and edit your site. There's no user limit and they're all free too!
Whether your students are aspiring developers or marketers you can create and use your own custom site templates or use templates provided by Marketpath or other sources.
With Marketpath CMS you can organize your student sites and users by individual class or course, or students can create and maintain their own sites. It's entirely up to you. You can also share control with other teachers throughout your school.
Marketpath CMS is free to all users in the Preview environment, but you can create public websites too. You can maintain an instructional blog or article series, course syllabus, calendar of due dates, and much more. Keep in mind, however, public sites do incur the standard Marketpath CMS fees.
All sites in Marketpath CMS are free until they are published to our live, load-balanced, worry-free environment.
Build your sites with your favorite style sheet markup - regular CSS, LESS, or SCSS.
Resize, crop, rotate, brighten, sharpen, apply filters, and more with our advanced image editor.
As a true SaaS product, Marketpath CMS provides regular features, fixes, and system upgrades at no additional cost.
Don't want to use pre-built HTML? No problem. Go ahead and make it your own.