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Creating a tabbed panel

Creating a tabbed panel: Muse Essential Training (2015)
Creating a tabbed panel: Muse Essential Training (2015)

Adobe Muse has a number of widgets that you can use to enhance the look and functionality of a Web page. The Tabbed panel is a widget that lets you display information in tabs that live on the same page, so a user can navigate through them without leaving the page. This video tutorial explains the basics of how to create a Tabbed panel in Muse and how they are best implemented.

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Q: This course was updated on 8/14/2014. What changed?

A: Adobe updated some of Muse's typography and form features, which Justin addresses in new movies in the "Working with Text" and "Working with Widgets" chapters. For a more detailed overview of the changes, check out the "What's new in the August 2014 update" movie.

Q: This course was updated on 10/06/2014. What changed?

A: We added a new movie covering the October 2014 changes to Muse, and updated the movie on uploading your Muse website via FTP.

Q: This course was updated on 6/16/2015. What changed?

A: Muse was updated, along with many other applications in Adobe Creative Cloud, in June 2015. We added one movie describing the update and two more concentrating on the enhanced typography features in Muse CC 2015.

Q: The author recommends another course, Designing a Mobile Website with Muse, but I can't find it in the library. Where is this course?

A: Designing a Mobile Website with Muse was retired. Check out chapter 14 of Muse Essential Training, "Creating Mobile and Tablet Sites," for more information about mobile development in Muse.

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