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Old 03-11-2017, 01:29 PM
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Website Host Requirements

I build informational websites that require an extensive use of google docs.

I will need to be able to access the website host from any where.
Host provides the website builder on line.
As close to a fully functional site builder (such as Dream Weaver) since the sites have a lot of requirements to make them functional.

Most website hosts with built in site builders are very limited in what they can do, I spend a lot of time creating what I need somewhere else and then try incorporating it into the site not always successfully.

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Old 03-11-2017, 10:04 PM
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As you mentioned basically you are creating a informational website, therefore you can use any CMS from softaculous auto script installation.

Every hosting provider servers accessible from all over the world, therefore you can purchase shared hosting account as per your requirement from any hosting provider but make sure that they are providing softaculous as its easy to install any script and manage it instead of looking site builder hosting.

Let us know, if you required any further information.
 
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Old 03-11-2017, 10:11 PM
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Thanks I appreciate the response.
 
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Old 03-12-2017, 02:26 AM
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Also what is your location and also the location of most of your users.

It is best to obtain a hosting account from a host which is close to where your main users are located.

Please note that online site builders will never be as good as Dreamweaver.
 
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Old 03-12-2017, 05:11 AM
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Located in North Texas near Dallas, Fort Worth. I have been satisfied with Voda Host for so long and as I had cut my web building teeth with their site builder suite I never needed to look at other hosts. If they had just fixed the problem I was having with uploading updates to the site I would not be here now. Must say I am glad I am here, I've been looking around and this is a great place.
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You may also want to use a web hosting provider who offers the new SiteMush website builder (based off WordPress platform). SiteMush is from the same guys who run Softaculous.
 
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I have been satisfied with Voda Host for so long and as I had cut my web building teeth with their site builder suite I never needed to look at other hosts.
You might run into problems if you think you are going to just pick up and leave.

You may have to rebuild your site where ever you move to. Check the TOS. They may not allow you to download the template. Another problem might be the site builder back end also. It may not have transferrable functions.

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but this is why I don't recommend using anyone's site builder - even if you are starting out. Better to cut your teeth, as you put it, on something you own 100% so if later you wish to move on you can take it with you.
 
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I like using the bootstrap framework because then you don't have to bother copying source code from website builder template (if that is even allowed). At least with Bootstrap framework you can use the files as you like.
 
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There are some options available in the net that can provide you with the tools and information you need when formulating your hosting decisions.
 
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You have to define what your requirements are and then find the necessary tool.
 
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