Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Building a custom navigation bar, part of Building a Single-Page Website in Muse.
- [Voiceover] One of my favorite features of Adobe Muse…is its ability to create menus for you…that are already prepopulated…with the information that you need.…So, for instance, if I were to create several pages…of information here inside of the Plan view of Muse,…the menu widget that I drag out from inside of Muse…would automatically populate itself…with any top level page that I add here.…The problem in a single-page design…is that we want a custom menu…that actually references specific points…within the same page.…So, how do we do that exactly?…Because at first glance, it might not be obvious,…so let me show you how it works.…
Let's go in here to the Master page again…and I'm just gonna make sure…that I'm working on the Header layer.…I'm gonna close that up.…And then we're gonna go over here into the Widgets Library.…Into the Widgets Library,…we're gonna open up the Menus panel…and we're just gonna drag out a horizontal menu widget.…You'll notice when I drag out that horizontal menu widget…that it only has one menu item…
Staff author Justin Seeley explains how to set up your master page, build a custom navigation bar, and define content blocks on the master page. Then he shows how to import your graphics and text (from sources such as CC Libraries and Microsoft Word) and style all of the content. In chapter 4, Justin shows how to add the "infinite scrolling" behavior that is so emblematic of single-page designs.
- Creating your master page elements
- Building a custom navigation bar
- Setting up content blocks
- Adding CC assets and text
- Styling the content section by section
- Adding menu links