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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.
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.
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.
Use widgets to add interactivity to your site
With widgets, you can add sophistication and advanced functionality to your pages without writing any code. Matthew Pizzi gives you a tour of the Muse Widget Library in this video. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.
Add engaging content from Edge Animate and Flash
Importing animated content is identical to importing images in Muse. In this video, instructor Matthew Pizzi shows how to integrate Flash content and HTML 5-compliant Edge animations to create engaging websites. Taken from Train Simple's Adobe Muse CC course.