Why it seems no choice but to upgrade to create a Page?

Looking forward to trying out Ontrapages, but it seems there's no choice but to Upgrade before the program even lets you test it.

The menu of templates gives the impression they are free to try; except once a template is selected it takes you straight to an upgrade page, no other choice but to upgrade or leave.

How may we create a "free" Ontrapage without upgrading first?

Thank you.

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There are quite a few free templates, but they can be hard to find now that we have so many templates for the paid level. If you click on the side menu "Free" selector, and then look for the page titles that are bold and not greyed out, you should see at least these:

  • Video Series
  • Monoshot
  • Print
  • Cinch
  • Leather
  • Freight
  • Ribbon
  • Sherbet
  • Diamond
  • Horizon
  • Vinyl
  • Ignite
  • Horseshoe
  • Pasture
  • Clense
  • Activate
  • Post
  • Bulb
  • Pinstripe
  • Complementary
  • Traffic *
  • Sunset *
  • Computer *
  • Boardwalk *
  • Beach Walk *
  • Beach Girl *
  • Share: 3 Part Video *
  • Share: Free Report *
  • Bookish *
  • Automation XL *

(*) These require sharing your email address with the creator; you can opt out of their email list at any time. I believe I have listed all the free templates shared for your email address, but there may be one or two more.

Remember, you can also use the "Start from Scratch" template to add your own blocks and build your page from the ground up!

Here is the section (highlighted in blue) that you click to see these templates. Note the ones with bold titles are available to ONTRApages Free level (they appear this way when you are logged into a Free account). I have added some yellow highlighting below the titles in this image.

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Asked: 2015-11-27 09:19:19 -0700

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Last updated: Nov 30 '15