Adobe Muse CC tutorials. Muse™ CC In-Browser Editing. How to create a website with Adobe Muse. Visualizza on Demand. Muse Jam Sessions_142_HowDid2014. Adobe Muse Tips – Scrolling menu. Recently, I played with Adobe Muse CC, part of the Adobe Creative Cloud.
This application is for designers who need (or want) to create websites without writing a single line of code. If you’re a designer who knows how to create amazing pages in InDesign, why not use your skills to target the web? Adobe Muse represents a great opportunity for classic designers who don’t have the energy to learn HTML and CSS. Web design patterns The real question is: Can a good print designer become a good web designer? The web is full of “design patterns”: I’ll explain how to achieve classic web design patterns with Adobe Muse. . #1. A fixed navigation bar sticks to the top of the page. The website The great bearded reef is a perfect example. Here is a sample page produced with Adobe Muse: Click on the image and scroll down. Make sure that your design is in a layer on top of your content. Pin your navigation bar. #2. As in the previous sample, make sure that your menu bar in a layer above your page content. Apply Scroll Effects to an Edge animation. Share this Episode Autoplay End of Video Show End Screen Default Quality Adjust your embed size below, then copy and paste the embed code above.
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Community Translation Your transcript request has been submitted. Adobe TV does its best to accommodate transcript requests. Join the Community Translation Project Thanks for your interest in translating this episode! Please Confirm Your Interest Thanks for your interest in adding translations to this episode! An error occurred while processing your request. Adobe Muse CC Parallax Scrolling Tutorial. Design & Publish Dynamic Websites. Opacity, Slideshow Widgets, Adobe Edge Animate content. Notice that as soon as the Slideshow option is enabled, the handle for the key position is added to the slideshow in Design view.
If you want to update the key scroll position values, you can drag the left and right side of the handle or enter numbers in the Key Scroll Position field. Sliding Navigation Pointer. Auto-Fading Design Elements. Focal-Point-Muse-widget. Data-table-Muse-widget. If you are planning to have multiple tables in one page, use different table names for each set of ROW and MAIN widgets.
You can choose to have up to 12 columns on each table. The seperation of the ODD and EVEN rows, helps the viewers to read the data. A unique search bar that helps visitors to find the data they are looking for, simply by typing the keyword. The sorting arrows helps to show which lable is sorted, and they also show the direction of the sorted lable. Up to 12 Columns. The table is designed the way to give you the maximum control over your content, and is very simple to customize. When you place the widget on the page, you get one MAIN section (Labels) and two ROW sections by default To add more ROWS, select one of the rows and duplicate it. To duplicate a ROW, Copy (Command + C) and Paste (Command + V) it. To have more than one Data-Table in one page, you need to assign a unique Table Name to each set of MAIN and ROWS. Font-Fetch-Muse-widget.
The font-size will never get smaller than this number.
Starting pointBrowser's width: 1800 PXMin Font-size35 PX Starting pointBrowser's width: 1550 PXMin Font-size10 PX Phasellus commodo a nulla vitae consequat. Etiam massa magna, tristique a ultrices sit amet, faucibus in tellus. Curabitur aliquam rhoncus fermentum. Duis elementum dolor iaculis, luctus eros sit amet, condimentum erat. Fluid. Fluid is a responsive gallery; it has a high functionality on wide range of screen sizes in any devices.
It can adapt itself to any screen sizes for achieving best viewing case. Plus auto-scale feature to scale height based on width and auto-resize to resize the thumbnails size while keeping their proportion. RESPONSIVE, AUTO-SCALE & AUTO-RESIZEFLUID V.2.1 Fluid is designed specifically for Adobe Muse, and for the first time in Muse we have an image gallery that is fully responsive. Fluid gives you the option to have as many categories as you wish to have in your image gallery Advanced categorizing options give you the power to categorize your images like never before. Simply select the number of the images you wish to have in your category and you can add more later only by changing the number and adding the new images.