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Discussion in 'Web Design' started by welov3, Jan 22, 2016.

  1. welov3

    welov3 Newbie

    Sep 2, 2013
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    Hello fellow members,
    i am considering to switch to adobe muse for my landing page designs from wordpress and visual composer because of the limitations in the design.
    the idea is to get the website designed in psd and make into a landing page, and for the design this makes it more unique and look professional, but i think it might lack some of the most desired functions.
    what you think about adobe muse? i am finding issues with responsive designs, even the ones on envato that claim to be responsive they are not that responsive. the main functions it needs to have is to grab emails and contacts to then sell on personally, until it become popular to switch to an automated solution
    Are muse websites an efficient solution? Will it be good for seo? Is anybody doing their landing pages in Muse and what are your thoughts on it? i appreciate all feedback. thanks!
  2. Mistajack19

    Mistajack19 Regular Member

    May 23, 2013
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    I don't think that any tool like that can ever replace hard coding it. I'd venture more into your coding abilities rather then investing time to learn a piece of software that's not going to allow you to do everything you want.
  3. Lomomu

    Lomomu Junior Member

    Nov 19, 2015
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    I've gotta 1+ Mistajack19 on that... Wordpress + visual composer makes life heaven, being able to add custom CSS classes & ID's to rows, page sections & any elements you like makes it easy enough to customize whatever needs be.

    Instead of venturing to learn a new CMS, I would learn html/css from codeacademy. This will benefit you so much more when you can make all these little design changes yourself, no matter what CMS you're using.
  4. whiteblackseo

    whiteblackseo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

    Apr 11, 2015
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    Learning HTML and CSS is not that hard especially HTML. W3schools has everything including Codeacademy. There are lots of courses out their, for free!