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Which Is The Best Website or Hosting Platform or For Using Digital Ocean?

Posted May 3, 2020 683 views
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Hello,

I am currently working on my website which made on WordPress and it is working very well but having certain security and slow page load issues but it is still ok to me and for my business.

I thought that this is the time where I can create many websites but I am also thinking to change the platform and shift to different website platforms like Squarespace, blogger, and Wix, etc.

I want to give certain important information about me and my business so you have got the idea that which platform will be the best for me and have the ability to target my niche easily.

I am working on tiles and tilers business for the last 7 years and get good success each year.

I have little to average knowledge in coding and other technical kinds of stuff so please suggest that platform which needless knowledge of programming and complex coding.

I want to keep myself excited and want to create a website with ease and avoid any complex issues.

Yes, I will gain access to the digital ocean for hosting and other stuff so which is the best platform for using the digital ocean hosting servers.

Thank you very much for having me here and I hope that you will easily get my question and probably answer in one or two days.

I am happy with all the digital ocean services and want to be here as long as possible. So thanks again for your services.

Regards and God bless!

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Hi there @tilingCannington,

I personally really like Laravel together with Voyager, it is great for building blogs and more complex websites, though it requires more advanced PHP/HTML/CSS/JS skills.

You could try out Microwebber:

https://marketplace.digitalocean.com/apps/microweber

Microweber is a Drag and Drop website builder and a powerful CMS of a new, modern generation, based on the PHP Laravel Framework.

However, it really depends on what exactly you would like to achieve, for example, if you are building an eCommerce website, you could consider Prestashop or OpenCart, if you are looking to build just a blog you could try out Ghost.

There are quite a few open-source projects which you could use and they would all work with DigitalOcean Droplets.

Hope that this helps!
Regards,
Bobby

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