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Adobe Muse lets you create dynamic websites without getting bogged down in code, and if you're ready to go beyond the basics of Muse, this power workshop from veteran trainer and designer Ted LoCascio is for you. Learn advanced content techniques like inserting active rollover state images, pinning a graphic to the browser, and optimizing asset size, as well as how to apply character, paragraph, and hyperlink styles to manage the appearance of your website. Ted also offers tips for working with slideshows and forms, adding third-party elements like YouTube videos and Google Maps, and incorporating animations created in Edge Animate. In the last chapter, he shows how to preview, publish, update, and export your completed site.
(music playing) Hello, and welcome to Adobe Muse Power Workshop, beyond the basics. My name is Ted LoCascio, and I'll be your trainer throughout this course. I'm a professional graphic designer, with over 15 years of real world experience. As an educator, I've authored a number of books and videos that have helped both new and experienced designers. Improve their skills in various design applications such as Muse, Photoshop, Lightroom and InDesign.
I'm passionate about helping my students reach their full creative potential using Adobe software. Throughout this course, I'll share my experience using some of the more advanced features available in Adobe Muse. Each chapter highlights specific tools and procedures you can utilize to enhance your website project. I'll start out by showing you how to locate and open the project files that I've provided for you. In the later chapters, I'll show you how to utilize advanced content features such as inserting active rollover state images. Pinning a graphic to the browser and adding a favicon image.
I'll also show you how to harness the true power of Muse by working with character and paragraph styles, graphic styles, and even hyperlink styles. In the later chapters, I'll explain how to include contact forms, work with slideshow widgets, and embed arbitrary HTML from third party sites. Such as YouTube and Google maps. I hope these lessons help you improve your web design skills. And take your website projects to an entirely new level of creativity. For information about my latest book, Muse on Demand. As well as my other design software training products. Please visit my website at tedlocascio.com.
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