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Create the Mobile version-Part 3
This video starts the hands-on portion of the tutorial series where we begin creating a mobile version of the page using the desktop design assets. We’ll begin by populating the Master Page that will serve as the basis for all the mobile page designs.
FrameMaker 12: map page layout to first paragraph style
Show: FrameMaker 12 Features
FrameMaker 12 (and earlier versions) allow you to easily map master page layouts to specific paragraph styles. This is particularly useful if you have content like large tech diagrams that required landscape orientation. Watch this brief video to discover examples in new FM12 templates which show you how to have a landscape layout automatically "float" through paginations, pinned to a specific paragraph style.
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.
FrameMaker for WORD: "Dictionary" Page Header/Footers
Running Headers and Footers are easy to create in FrameMaker 11. YOu simply insert system variables on the master page to display the first instance of a paragraph style. With a simple modification to the definition of a H/F system variable, you can also have your master page display the LAST instance of a paragraph style. Combining these two types of variables empowers you to swiftly create "dictionary" headers, which show the FIRST and LAST instance of text from a paragraph style at the top of your page. Adobe Product Evangelist Maxwell Hoffmann (@maxwellhoffmann) shows you how!
FrameMaker for Word: Insert Landscape Pages Next to Numbered Headings
In Microsoft Word, there are often problems associated with inserting single column layout or landscape pages within multicolumn layout, if a section break is required in the middle of a multi-level list, or next to a numbered heading. This is not the case with FrameMaker. Word requires section breaks to change page layout; FrameMaker uses straight forward master pages for page layout. Watch this brief video to see how "unbreakable multi-level numbering" in FrameMaker stays intact as individual page layout is changed, or even when a landscape page is inserted next to multi-level numbered headings.
Understanding master pages
A Master Page allows you to apply common elements like headers, footers, logos, and navigation to multiple pages in your site. You can use one Master Page for your site or set up multiple Master Pages so that you can quickly and consistently apply unique styles to different sections of your site. You'll learn how to work efficiently by using Master Pages in this video. Excerpted from Train Simple's Adobe Muse Tutorial