I have a small business and I am looking to create a website for the business. In have used in the past GoLive 7.0.2 but now I am not sure if my software is so outdated that it might be better to upgrade. I also have Adove Creative Suite Premium but I dont know the version and I use InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator all the time. I would like some advice as to what would work best for me.
I also am a bit confused about the different design techniques. Is it better to use tables or CSS? Also is there a good website that has tutorials on the various methods of webpage design. I want to use the website initially as more of an informational site to show the products I offer and If things go well I may look at expanding into e-commerce by taking orders online. I appreciate your input so I can go in the right direction as far as webpage development software is concerned.
...may look at expanding into e-commerce by taking orders online...
If you are not experienced in modern web design and have online business ambitions without spending 24/7 designing/developing/maintaining, I'd look to a packaged system such as a free CMS (WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, etc) or a hosted service like Google Sites.
I am looking to first use the website for information only, e-commerce is down the road. I am hoping for help in selecting a good web design software that would be compatible with older versions of Indesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator. I am also using Windows XP. I looked at the Adobe site and it looks like GoLive is no longer being offered so is Dreamweaver the way to go? Thanks
Daniel E. Vollmer
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Dan, I forgot, you can just keep searching at ebay and amazon. Her eis link to ebay, just check every few days.
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