Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video How to use the exercise files, part of Building a Single-Page Website in Muse.
- [Voiceover] If you have access to the exercise files for this course, you can find those via the course page. Once you download those files, stick them in a convenient location. I'm gonna have mine right here on my desktop, for instance. Inside the Exercise Files folder, you'll find a set of folders that correspond to the different chapters in this course that have exercise files in them. Inside of those chapter folders, you'll find the exact same files that I'm working with in the course. Anytime you see one of those files up on screen, you should also see an overlay. That overlay will explain which file to open.
Go ahead and open the same file you see me using on screen and you should be able to follow along, step by step, using the exact same things that I'm using in the course. If you don't have access to the exercise files, that's okay, too. You can still follow along using your own files or you can simply just sit back, relax, and enjoy as I take you through each individual exercise.
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