Join Dani Beaumont for an in-depth discussion in this video Pushing live in muse, part of Designing Ecommerce Sites with Muse.
- [Instructor] Now that we've tested our end to end…transaction experience, and are pretty happy…with what we've seen…we can go ahead and publish this to the web.…There's a couple different ways…you can go about doing that.…I'm going to switch back over to Adobe Muse.…And I'm here in the site plan mode.…You'll notice on the upper right hand side…one of the workspace layouts is for publishing.…As you're working, if you want to show this…to your client, make sure they like…the checkout experience.…Maybe they're not ready to replace their live website…with this shopping cart instance.…
If that's true, you can come in and next to the…Publish button is a drop down.…And select instead of FTPing to a third party hosting…platform, you could select Business catalyst.…Business catalyst is a hosting platform that Adobe has.…It allows you to create unlimited free trials.…You'll create a trial domain there…you can just give it any name that's available…on the business catalyst platform…and share that URL with your client.…I'm ready to actually publish my live site…
Dani shows how to build out Muse pages, set up a Shopify store in trial mode, and add products manually and in bulk. She also shows how to integrate Shopify products in Muse, generate terms of service and return policy changes, and set Shopify shipping and payments. Plus, she explains how your site owner can maintain their inventory on the Shopify side.
- Building out Muse pages
- Adding a store master page
- Creating a Shopify trial
- Adding products manually and in bulk
- Integrating Shopify products in Muse
- Formatting widget elements
- Adding product IDs
- Building out, testing, and publishing