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You may also want to consider hiring someone who has experience building effective ecommerce websites so that it is done "right".

You can sometimes hurt yourself by "doing it yourself" if the site you've designed looks unprofessional to customers.

If you can learn HTML, that would be your best bet. After learning HTML, you would then need to learn about what makes a good site design and what makes a bad site design.

There are also sites that offer premade templates that can be of use, but most shopping cart programs come with some sort of templating system or basic themes that you can use to get up and running.
 

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If shopfactory just puts out plain HTML files, then you should be able to upload the files to ANY webhost.

If shopfactory makes some sort of proprietary file format, then you may want to contact the makers of shopfactory to see if they have a recommended list of hosts that support their format.

My suggestion would be to either hire someone to create the site for you and learn a bit of HTML at the same time so you can make small edits (or if you are a do-it-yourselfer...design the site yourself in regular HTML so it works with any host).
 
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