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Edicy Logo.
Developer(s) Fraktal, a design and software studio
Operating system Cross-platform
Type Website building service, Website creation
License Commercial
Website Edicy.com

Edicy is a tool for creating websites online. It's built for small businesses globally and focuses on users with little or no experience with computers. The light-weight user interface offers a drag and drop editing experience (WYSIWYG) and makes it one of the fastest tools to build websites with.[1] Edicy features rich text and photo editing, picture galleries, a form builder and supports multi-language site structure.

Edicy is compatible with all of the major browsers—Internet Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Safari and Chrome.[2] Major competitors of Edicy are Weebly, Yola, Jimdo, Webnode, Webs and Google Sites.[3]

The company behind Edicy was founded by designer Tõnu Runnel, developer Priit Haamer, a Skype team lead Märt Kelder, and a Skype co-founder and former Chief Engineer, Toivo Annus.[4]

Edicy was founded in October 2007. First private, closed beta was launched in March 2008.[5] Edicy has been publicly available since August 2008.

Developer features[edit]

There are no limitations on which design can be used with website. Edicy has an open design API with a customized templating language[6] based on LiquidMarkup.

Awards and nominations[edit]

  • Edicy has received the gold prize at the Estonian Internet Awards competition[7]
  • Nominee for startup competition winner at Le Web finals 2008[8]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ 'Dell, Jolie (July 19, 2009). The Codeless Website: Four Awesome Tools for Creating Cool, No-Tech Sites. ReadWriteWeb. Retrieved on December 1, 2009.
  2. ^ Edicy support page. Retrieved on December 1, 2009.
  3. ^ Tänavsuu, Toivo (November 30, 2009). Outstanding Trio: Comparison of Three most Promising Estonian Internet Start-ups. Tigerprises. Retrieved on December 1, 2009.
  4. ^ Guseva, Irina (Aug 6, 2008). New Kid on the WCM Block: Edicy. CMSWire. Retrieved on December 1, 2009.
  5. ^ Edicy Launches private beta
  6. ^ http://developer.edicy.com Edicy developer documentation
  7. ^ Estonian Best internet 2009 award winners
  8. ^ http://leweb3.typepad.com/leweb08/

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