By Steve Bousquet / Tech Insider A few weeks ago, I wrote an article about how you can use the Adobe Premiere Pro CC to make a full stack web development site, using a free WordPress plugin.
In the article, I also mentioned that if you’re working on a freelance project, you could pay a few bucks for a project like that using PayPal.
And as it turns out, if you’ve got a spreadsheet, Excel, and/or an Adobe Creative Cloud subscription, you can pay to have your site built in Adobe Photoshop, a free version of the Adobe Acrobat PDF reader.
You’ll also get a bunch of free plugins that you can integrate into your project.
That’s right, you don’t have to pay an extra penny to make your next project a full-stack WordPress site.
If you’re not familiar with the Adobe Creative Suite, you may want to read the article and see if you can do some simple math.
The only thing you’ll need to know is the number of dollars you want to spend on your project, and you can get that number from Adobe’s website, Adobe’s site-specific pricing page, or the Adobe Payments app.
Here’s how you’ll do that.
How Much Should I Spend on Your Next WordPress Site?
Adobe has set the minimum number of hours you can work on a project for a full scale WordPress site to be between 30 and 60 hours, depending on how much time you’ve already spent on the project.
So, let’s say you have 20 hours worth of work, and if you work at least 20 hours, you should be able to pay $60 for a site like this.
You can work an extra 20 hours on a weekend, and that would give you the same number of days.
But for a fully-featured site, you need to be able spend the same amount of time working on each site, which means you can only pay $90 for a 30-site project.
This is where the spreadsheet comes in.
With Adobe’s new paid WordPress site pricing, you’ll get a free spreadsheet with all the content that goes into your WordPress project.
It’s really simple to integrate into a project, but you can also pay to do a bit more of the heavy lifting.
To do this, you first have to create a free account on Adobe’s free website.
From there, you simply add the content to the spreadsheet.
Once you have the spreadsheet open, you’re good to go.
Once your spreadsheet is up and running, you just have to click the “Create” button to add the data that you need into your site.
You don’t need to enter any passwords, but it’s a good idea to create an email address and password that you’ll use to sign in to your project once it’s done.
When you create a new project, Adobe will let you see the spreadsheet as a preview in the sidebar of your WordPress dashboard.
To use this preview, you must first sign in using your existing Adobe account.
Once the preview is up, you get a confirmation page.
If your account isn’t signed in, you will not be able click the link that will allow you to add your new project to your WordPress site, and instead will be prompted to do so.
Once that’s done, you are able to see your spreadsheet in your WordPress Dashboard and the project will be automatically updated and added to your site, ready to go!
You can use this free tool to create the spreadsheet for your WordPress blog or website, or if you don (or can’t) have one, you might be able use a free one like Excel.
In either case, you still have to sign up for a Creative Cloud plan to access this free service, and to be clear, you have to be on the Creative Cloud free plan to make this a full WordPress site instead of a free, paid site.
How to Get Paid for Your Next Project Using Adobe Payments Now that you have a spreadsheet open and have paid for the project, the next step is to pay the Adobe developer, the designer, and the artist.
If this is your first WordPress project, I recommend using PayPal to pay them because you’ll have the option of using a credit card to make payment.
After you make the payment, you receive a confirmation email with a link to your Adobe payment confirmation page, where you can confirm your payment and proceed to make the purchase.
If that’s the case, the payments are processed in 24 hours, and once the payments have been completed, you also receive a link where you’ll see a confirmation message confirming your purchase.
So in order to do this properly, you probably want to set up a PayPal account with the same name as the project you’re paying for.
After setting up a payment, Adobe tells you that you’re done making payments on your new site.
But if you have multiple projects and need to keep