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How to enable your client to edit their site in a browser
How to enable your client to edit their site in a browser
The 2014 release of Adobe Muse adds in-browser editing capabilities for your site. Learn how you can take advantage of this feature to allow your clients to make minor changes to the live site in their browser window, all without having to know much about any web technology.
  • Muse
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 6,333
  • Runtime: 00:05:25
  • Tags: browser, editing, CC, Matthew Pizzi, Muse, Train Simple
Allow your site owners to edit their live sites
Allow your site owners to edit their live sites
Focus on creating, instead of updating published sites. See how you can allow site owners to make simple edits to their live sites through a browser, whether the site is hosted with Adobe or another hosting provider. Then, choose whether to merge changes back into your original Adobe Muse file.
  • Muse
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 11,019
  • Added: May 08, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:05:49
  • Tags: edit, update, Beaumont, CC, Dani, Muse, owner, website
The Library panel explained
The Library panel explained
The Library panel in Muse offers a convenient way to store and manage common page elements. Learn how to easily save and share re-usable design elements between projects in Muse, various machines, and with other team members. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
  • Muse
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 2,833
  • Added: Jan 18, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:04:13
  • Tags: CC, Muse, Train Simple, library panel
What is the Muse Exchange?
What is the Muse Exchange?
The Muse Exchange is a resource for extending the capabilities of Muse. Expand your knowledge and gain inspiration by viewing, downloading, and sharing a great variety of Library items created by other Muse users. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
  • Muse
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 2,237
  • Added: Jan 18, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:02:59
  • Tags: CC, Exchange, Muse, Train Simple
Set up a site
Set up a site
Setting up a site is the first step in web design. In this video, you'll learn about the options and various considerations related to setting up a new site in Adobe Muse. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
  • Muse
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 49,156
  • Added: Jan 18, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:07:08
  • Tags: CC, Muse, Train Simple, new site, setting up a site, site set-up
Place images in Adobe Muse
Place images in Adobe Muse
In this video, Instructor Matthew Pizzi shows you how to place artwork assets that are saved in various graphic formats. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
  • Muse
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 12,983
  • Added: Jan 18, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:04:55
  • Tags: CC, Muse, Train Simple, importing images, placing images
An overview of Master pages
An overview of Master pages
The genius of Master pages is that they allow you to edit and control commonly-reused page elements in one location. Learning how to use Master pages efficiently can save you lots of time in designing and producing your websites. Instructor Matthew Pizzi gives an overview of how Master pages work in this video. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
  • Muse
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 22,345
  • Added: Jan 18, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:02:51
  • Tags: CC, Muse, Train Simple, master pages
Create hyperlinks
Create hyperlinks
Linking is a fundamental building block of web design. In this video, Matthew Pizzi shows you how to create hyperlinks that link content from page-to-page, link to external websites, as well as hyperlinks that open a new message window in your user's email client application. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
  • Muse
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 8,453
  • Added: Jan 18, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:05:45
  • Tags: CC, Muse, Train Simple, creating hyperlinks
Build navigation systems
Build navigation systems
A navigation system consists of menus and submenus that help your users to navigate your site. In this video, instructor Matthew Pizzi show how to use the Menu widget to automatically create a navigation system that lets you make changes quickly and easily. Watch as he shows how to set up top-level menus, submenus, and even remove pages from the navigation system. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
  • Muse
  • Product Version: CC
  • Views: 14,991
  • Added: Jan 18, 2014
  • Runtime: 00:04:43
  • Tags: navigation, CC, Muse, Train Simple
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