Adobe will stop hosting existing sites on Business Catalyst on June 18th, 2019. Adobe encourages customers to download their data and migrate to other systems well before June 18th, 2019. For detailed how-to information and assistance, see the Business Catalyst FAQ.
There are a number of ways you can manage your site content on Business Catalyst. From an online WYSIWYG editor, SFTP, to an integrated Dreamweaver component.
if you have created your site in Muse, not all editing options below are available on your site. See the below section for more details.
If you created a site from Muse, the options to edit pages in Business Catalyst are disabled. The editing options are disabled because there’s no round-tripping workflow between Muse and Business Catalyst. If you modify the page in Business Catalyst, your changes will be overwritten the next time you update the page in Muse and upload it to Business Catalyst.
If you need to make edits to a page, work on the page in Muse and upload the page to Business Catalyst again. See Adobe Muse Help and Tutorials.
You can enable the editing options in Business Catalyst as follows:
To access pages in the Admin Console:
To access templates in the Admin Console:
For more details on managing pages and templates within the admin console, see:
To access the Business Catalyst develop screen, log in to the admin of your site and select the Develop tab.
For more details on using the Business Catalyst Develop mode, see Manage pages and site assets using Develop mode.
You can use Adobe Dreamweaver to manage your site content in the same way you would manage other sites. For more details on using Dreamweaver with Business Catalyst, see Dreamweaver-Business Catalyst integration.
You can use SFTP to connect to your site and upload pages, templates, and other files such as images.
There are a number of SFTP clients you can use to connect to your site. Regardless of the client you use, the SFTP connection details for your site are as below:
Connect to your site, download the content you would like to update, then upload the content back to your site. For more details on managing content using SFTP, see Connect to your site using SFTP.