What are our options if we have built our church's website with Adobe Muse CC?
Muse CC is no longer updated and supported?
Is there a platform that will take all of the text, pictures and formatting and "move" it?
Brad Dobson - Cape Coral First UMC
I've moved this from the Using the Community forum (which is the forum for issues using the forums) to the Muse forum so that proper help can be offered.
Muse is still available and working with a fully paid CC-all Apps plan. There´s no platform to transfer anything like text, images or even formatting neither to anything. There´s Pinegrow ( -.com) , which is capable to download the html from your site to an almost completely working project but needs some learning curve to handle it and, this is more than an option but rather a recommendation, build the site new with either Pinegrow or another app, depending on your skills tp do so. For example create a prototype with XD and export it as html or hire a coder …
WordPress is a very popular open source CMS used by many non-profits who need to maintain a website with little or no coding skills.
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To further boost your WP site's functionality, there are thousands of WP plugins -- both free and premium.
There is no direct way to import static Muse content into a WordPress database. You will need to manually copy & paste text from the old site and upload new images from WP's online dashboard.
Post back if you have more questions.