Simplify your existing website for easy access from a smart phone!
Sixty percent of consumers worldwide use their phones to access the Internet. However, most websites are designed to be accessed using a laptop or desktop - and are very difficult to use on a phone. Sitelite helps you automatically use your existing website with a smartphone with ease.
Distills information from your existing website to create a mobile-friendly site.
Requires no additional domain name registration!
Works with any website, even those with non-standard extensions.
Supports multiple languages.
With Sitelite, we use your existing website and distill the most crucial information to create your mobile site. Your Sitelite is populated with the most-requested features and then you are able to customize the information. No messing around with programming, design, or DNS settings.
If you do not have an existing website, you can also use Sitelite
to create a simple, mobile-friendly website.
Why your business needs Sitelite
Features Available for Customization
We support your domain needs from start to finish.
There are many internet browsers that support Handshake domains such as Opera and various Chrome plugins.
Please visit Access Handshake names for more options on how to view your Handshake domains
NextDNS is one of the most popular methods for accessing Handshake domain names. Install NextDNS. You can click “try it now” on nextdns.io to connect your device and resolve Handshake domains. Scroll to the Setup Guide at NextDNS to select the option for your device, confirm with the green button at the top of the page, and then go to the “settings” tab to “resolve Handshake domains.”
Install the Resolvr add-on to view Handshake names directly in the search bar of your Firefox browser.
Try searching your site with the HNS.to gateway, which allows you to access Handshake names without downloading software or modifying your DNS settings. You may also conduct searches directly by prefixing Handshake domains with “hns.to/,” such as “hns.to/welcome.nb/.”