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Wozman

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Hi there,

Hope someone can give me some much needed advice. I am looking for some very user friendly web design software to help me build a new business website. The features I am looking for are as follows:

a) Must be very easy to create, edit and customise my own web pages; including overall layout; colour schemes; and navigation buttons. When I say very easy I mean no coding, as I simply do not have the time to learn any level of programming/code writing. b) I want to sell things on my website, which would require being able to manage around 30 seperate products with colour images and easy 'shopping cart' function and a flexible paying option e.g. worldpay and paypal. Would also like web optimisation and data analysis. c) Would like to link into Twitter, Facebook and eBay at some point.

Having spent several hours trawling the net, looking at hosted solutions and software I am still at a loss. I have looked at Serif WebPlus x5, wysiwygwebbuilder, os commerce, MS Sharepoint Designer 2010, virtuemart, opencart, zen cart etc.

Any advice would be welcome.

Many Thanks!

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adumapul

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There are various designing software available in the world but among that Photoshop is the best program. It has fantastic tools, efficient filters, smart menus and creative actions to create beautiful graphic design. By the use of this software you bring awesome effects to any image.

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Rose

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Have a look at WebSite X5, it's an absolute no brainer. There are lots of tutorials to have a look at and you can download a trial version before buying.

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