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Muse Essential Training Classes

Adobe Muse is a website builder that allows designers to create fixed, fluid, and adaptive websites without having to write any code. Muse generates static websites giving users the freedom to host their sites with any hosting provider. Users can add more advanced functionality such as blogging and eCommerce to their website with plugins created by third-party developers. This application is available through Adobe's Creative Cloud subscription.

Adobe Muse themes are created inside Adobe Muse and shared as a .muse file. Themes do not require any configuration or setup to get running. Since Adobe Muse generates static HTML files, the files can be exported to the browser for testing without needing to connect to a server or webhost. Because of its static nature, however, themes cannot be applied to existing content and content cannot be imported into a theme. Since themes are created inside Adobe Muse, themes do not require knowledge of any code. Free starter designs are offered on Adobe Muse. Themes can be viewed via a built in 'Preview' option that allows users to preview their website in the application. Users can also temporarily host their website in Business Catalyst for free as part of the Creative Cloud subscription.

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Muse is the leading no-code web design tool, and our Essential Training course covers everything you need to know to build your own unique, expressive websites with its visual, intuitive toolset. Adobe product manager Dani Beaumont walks through the major Muse features and introduces productivity tips for implementing your own websites quickly. Learn how to plan and design a site, place and style images and text, configure slideshows and contact forms, and publish and export your new Muse site. Along the way, you'll discover how to use features like master pages, breakpoints, and scroll effects to build more responsive sites—without any code.

Topics include:

  • Creating a site plan
  • Working with master pages
  • Adding elements from CC Libraries to master pages
  • Adding web fonts
  • Creating and overriding text styles
  • Placing images
  • Working with image blocks and hyperlinks
  • Configuring slideshows
  • Adding new sections
  • Creating a contact form
  • Adding breakpoints
  • Creating a responsive master page
  • Publishing and exporting your Muse site