Alternative to Adobe Muse

Mr Morrison

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Feb 19, 2009
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Hi - I have a basic website that I developed in Adobe Muse. I want to cancel my creative cloud subscription but would like to continue to maintain my site.

Any recommendations for alternative website editors that are easy to use?

Thanks

Keith
 

fde101

macrumors newbie
Apr 18, 2017
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There are a few around - I haven't tried these, but a quick Google search turned up a few to consider:

RapidWeaver (on app store - not free, but there is apparently a free trial version on their web site)
SeaMonkey (free - Mozilla)
Amaya (free - W3C)

Again, I haven't tried these myself so not necessarily a recommendation, just pointing out that there are a host of them out there and they are not hard to find.

Also, there is another related thread already out there - https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/adobe-muse-alternative.1899333/
 

Mr Morrison

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Original poster
Feb 19, 2009
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Thanks for the info. I saw that post, just wondered if there was any more people with experience of jumping ship.

I'll take a look at those suggestions.
 

satchmo

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Aug 6, 2008
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Webflow is pretty awesome...but it's subscription based as well.

That said, I'm curious to hear an honest opinon of Muse from a web developer.

I know many say the code generated is not the cleanest, but they also have a vested interest to not promote something that might make them less necessary.
 

olup

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Oct 11, 2011
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Webflow is pretty awesome...but it's subscription based as well.

That said, I'm curious to hear an honest opinon of Muse from a web developer.

I know many say the code generated is not the cleanest, but they also have a vested interest to not promote something that might make them less necessary.
I switched from Sublime Text 3 to Visual Studio Code about 3 months ago, much faster and nicer to work with.
 
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