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Domain Name Registrar DomainRightNow Offers Enhanced Website Builder


By Derek Iwasiuk
July 26, 2006

Domain name registrar and web hosting provider DomainRightNow announced the availability of a new utility within its website builder application, WebSite Tonight®, which gives anyone the ability to automatically and instantaneously add fresh and attractive content to their site through RSS feeds.

With the newest version of WebSite Tonight site creators can incorporate RSS feeds into their pages in minutes, without any programming skills or extra software. These feeds, which can include news, weather, sports, stock prices or even blogs, constantly update the page contents. Although DomainRightNow provides dozens of feeds for customers to include in their site, customers have the option to add their own.

"Our website builder applications have always been a runaway success within our customer base. These new functions will make it even easier for everyone to create content-rich and dynamic websites”, says Karl Heinrich, President of DomainRightNow. “We are proud to be among the first to offer dynamic content capabilities as part of a website builder”.

WebSite Tonight is a quick and easy tool for building professional-looking Web sites. It offers more than 670 template options, 30 flash introductions, easy form editing and more than 1,700 premium images. With the simplicity of point-and-click design, the user can get a site online in minutes. WebSite Tonight plans include DomainRightNow hosting with a 99.9% uptime guarantee, generous disk space, abundant bandwidth and up to 400 email accounts at no additional charge.

DomainRightNow ( is one of the fastest growing domain registrars and hosting providers. DomainRightNow also offers many other value added services for home consumers and businesses.

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