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Going to start a online store

going to start it but I need web designing software. 

Was thinking of CoffeCup any other suggestions etc?

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What are you selling? How complex is the website?

Why don't you just use Squarespace?

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Isnt html editor like a gloryfied notepad? for reall all you need is a notepad.

Unless you like the auto finish on your typing that does save time.

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Like dizmo said, it would be great to share more info about your products and website. 

Like would you use some CMS or some hosted solution.

Squarespace could be enough for some products, Shopify for other and some CMS for third.


Also what is your level of web development skills.


And text editors there are lot of them. You can done most things with notepad, but can 

test other like Atom, SublimeText, Dreamweaver ...

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So basically I want to build my own website from scratch with minimal coding skills (atm, will learn as I go) and have the ability to build it exactly how I want it and have the ability to improve it in the future and not look like every other website out there


also by coffee cup I meant their "Responsive Site Designer" Maybe even the bundle "Responsive Design Pack"


I'm a complete newbie but a friend of mine already has a website and I'm planning on expanding onto his domain and eventually buying my own domain and moving everything.


He uses Yahoo site builder which may not be supported soon and he isn't really planning on changing programs and that's all he's ever used so I cant get help from him


complete newbie sry

I want to stay away from designing software that doesn't give me flexibility

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