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Hello all, I currently use serif webplus to build and I page to host my e commerce website. I have found this software limiting and seem to get a lot of downtime so I am looking to build a new site.

My question is for a an ecommerce site for someone who has experience in web building but isn't a pro. Would you advice using dreamweaver or muse. Iv looked at the reviews and have seen mixed opinions. Im after a site that is mobile responsive, smart and smooth to run and easily editable. I don't mind putting the time in if the results are worth it. And I find seo to be the biggest issue.

Iv also seen muse can be hosted through adobe? can dreamweaver? if not who would you suggest to host the site.

Many thanks for any tips

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Correct answer by Nancy OShea | Adobe Community Professional

Stay away from Muse & Business Catalyst.  Both are EOL and have no future.  Adobe's  BC servers will be taken offline in June 2019.   So you'll need to f ind your own web hosting.

WorrdPress with a WooCommerce plugin would probably cover all your needs.   Once your WordPress site is deployed on the server, you will maintain it via the WP CMS or dashboard.  No other tools are required.

WooCommerce - The Best WordPress eCommerce Platform

Look for WP hosting.   It costs a little more than shared hosting plans but it's well-worth it in terms of site speed & performance because the server's are specially optimized to run WordPress efficiently.

Best Web Hosting Services 2018 - Best Picks | PCMag.com

For front-end and back-end coding, Dreamweaver is my tool of choice but its not the only tool I work with.

Another tool to look at is Pinegrow with the optional WordPress Theme Builder.

https://pinegrow.com/docs/wordpress/

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Building new website advice

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Hello all, I currently use serif webplus to build and I page to host my e commerce website. I have found this software limiting and seem to get a lot of downtime so I am looking to build a new site.

My question is for a an ecommerce site for someone who has experience in web building but isn't a pro. Would you advice using dreamweaver or muse. Iv looked at the reviews and have seen mixed opinions. Im after a site that is mobile responsive, smart and smooth to run and easily editable. I don't mind putting the time in if the results are worth it. And I find seo to be the biggest issue.

Iv also seen muse can be hosted through adobe? can dreamweaver? if not who would you suggest to host the site.

Many thanks for any tips

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by Nancy OShea | Adobe Community Professional

Stay away from Muse & Business Catalyst.  Both are EOL and have no future.  Adobe's  BC servers will be taken offline in June 2019.   So you'll need to f ind your own web hosting.

WorrdPress with a WooCommerce plugin would probably cover all your needs.   Once your WordPress site is deployed on the server, you will maintain it via the WP CMS or dashboard.  No other tools are required.

WooCommerce - The Best WordPress eCommerce Platform

Look for WP hosting.   It costs a little more than shared hosting plans but it's well-worth it in terms of site speed & performance because the server's are specially optimized to run WordPress efficiently.

Best Web Hosting Services 2018 - Best Picks | PCMag.com

For front-end and back-end coding, Dreamweaver is my tool of choice but its not the only tool I work with.

Another tool to look at is Pinegrow with the optional WordPress Theme Builder.

https://pinegrow.com/docs/wordpress/

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Stay away from Muse & Business Catalyst.  Both are EOL and have no future.  Adobe's  BC servers will be taken offline in June 2019.   So you'll need to f ind your own web hosting.

WorrdPress with a WooCommerce plugin would probably cover all your needs.   Once your WordPress site is deployed on the server, you will maintain it via the WP CMS or dashboard.  No other tools are required.

WooCommerce - The Best WordPress eCommerce Platform

Look for WP hosting.   It costs a little more than shared hosting plans but it's well-worth it in terms of site speed & performance because the server's are specially optimized to run WordPress efficiently.

Best Web Hosting Services 2018 - Best Picks | PCMag.com

For front-end and back-end coding, Dreamweaver is my tool of choice but its not the only tool I work with.

Another tool to look at is Pinegrow with the optional WordPress Theme Builder.

https://pinegrow.com/docs/wordpress/

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web Design & Publishing

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