Join Paul Trani for an in-depth discussion in this video Exploring the final website, part of Creating a One-Page Scrollable Website in Muse.
I'd like to start off by talking about one-page scrollable websites. Now this could be anything. This could be a product site. It could be more like an info graphic, a micro site, as they're known. It could be for a restaurant up the street, it could be for anyone. In this case, it's destinationsfortravelers.com. And you can go to that site. And you'll just see as you scroll down, you'll see some of the scroll motions. So you get depth amongst the mountains. You'll start to see those butterflies fly away. You'll see that nav stick to the top, which is great.
And you can also navigate to Slovenia in this case, jump to that section. But again, giving you that nice depth when you scroll, even the case of Brazil as we scroll down you'll see some images get sharper. And then you can see that background blur out. But just a lot of fun capabilities you can do, and things that we will be doing, throughout this course, which is great. Even and as I scroll down to South Africa, we're actually navigating through a slide show very easily by scrolling down this page.
And even as simply as adding a contact form, as well as a map, or any other social media widget, you have that capability. But this should give you a good idea of what we're going to cover, and also what Muse is capable of when it comes to creating a website.
- Creating and importing graphics
- Pinning content to the page
- Adding scroll motion
- Controlling the rate at which items scroll
- Adjusting the opacity as items scroll
- Adding Edge Animate animations that are controlled by the page scroll
- Adding navigation and other links
- Adding widgets
- Publishing and tracking the site