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.
This article provides an overview of the Business Catalyst Admin Console for Creative Cloud sites. You'll get an overview of the Business Catalyst dashboard and online interface.
At this point, you would have published your site using Muse or created a new Business Catalyst site within Dreamweaver. If you have not already done so, refer to one of the below links:
The first step is to log in to the Business Catalyst Admin Console. The Admin Console is the name of the online interface that enables you to update your account settings and review site analytics.
To access the Admin Console and begin editing your online business, refer to the welcome email and click the site administration link. Alternatively, you can enter the following URL into the address field of your web browser:
Note: Replace my-site in the URL above with the name you entered when creating your temporary site. .
Enter your Creative Cloud Adobe ID and password into the registration window that appears (see Figure 1).
The Business Catalyst dashboard is the starting point for managing any of your Business Catalyst sites. This area provides an overview of a site's activity, visitor's actions, and online sales. Below are the descriptions of the dashboard features:
The main site menu found on the left side of the admin interface allows you to navigate to site management and settings tools such as users, roles, reports, and web forms.
If you created a site from Muse, the options to edit pages in Business Catalyst are disabled. If you need to make edits to a page, work on the page in Muse and upload the page to Business Catalyst again. To enable editing options in Business Catalyst, see Enable editing options (Muse users).
The top navigation menu in the admin, allows you to switch between editing, developing and managing modes. As mentioned above, Muse sites see a different set of editing options as shown below: