Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Building the location section, part of Building a Single-Page Website in Muse.
- [Voiceover] All right. Next up, we're gonna be entering in…the location information for our event page…that we're creating here inside of Muse,…but first things first,…I need you to go back over into Microsoft Word…and I need you to open up from the File menu,…just go to Open,…go out to your Desktop, grab those Exercise Files,…Chapter01, Assets, and grab i_heart_nyc,…which is a text document there.…Just select that text. I know it looks weird…that I'm having you copy three little words,…but just go ahead and copy that to the clipboard.…The reason I'm doing this…is because this Unicode character of the heart,…we need that copied to the clipboard…and it's a little bit harder to show you…how to do that inside of Muse.…
So let's just go ahead and go back over into Muse,…here we go, and let's scroll down.…Zoom out just a tad bit.…And the first thing I'm gonna do…is take this Sessions heading,…duplicate it holding down the opt key on Mac, alt key on PC,…snap it to the top there, move it down.…Again, shift + arrow, arrow.…
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