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DEBRA BOURNE
Leader of Library and eLearning

Adobe Business Catalyst

I am preparing a unit of work for a Year 11 (upper secondary) multimedia class and have just completed the very excellent tutorial by Danielle Beumont - How to create a website with Adobe Muse.  The final process moves the website to a Catalyst environment and my question is about the feasibility of my Year 11 girls doing the same thing? Are there any limits to how many websites they can trial? Will they eventually be asked for payment to continue to use Catalyst in this way?

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Martin Adams

Posted on 2/19/17 3:54:34 AM Permalink

Trial sites on Adobe BC are free and you only pay if you actually host a domain URL of your own using one of their plans. Basic sites should not be a problem for Year11 girls to move to Adobe BC however e-commerced sites require a lot of learning and I would avoid trying to teach this to beginners at the moment. I would also recommend using a responsive layout such as Bootstrap3 so your websites work on all devices. It's free to download and use,

http://getbootstrap.com/

Martin Adams

Posted on 2/19/17 3:45:53 AM Permalink

​Trial sites on Adobe BC are free and you only pay if you actually host a domain URL of your own using one of their plans. Basic sites should not be a problem for Year11 girls to move to Adobe BC however e-commerced sites require a lot of learning and I would avoid trying to teach this to beginners at the moment. I would also recommend using a responsive layout such as Bootstrap3 so your websites work on all devices. It's free to download and use,

http://getbootstrap.com/