When designing websites for site owners, one of the primary requests involves setting up a system so they can update their own site content. It's also very helpful to have a way to make changes on the fly when you're away from your workstation and you want to make revisions to a site.
Muse now includes a feature called In-Browser Editing, which allows you, site owners, and your team members to change text and image content with the Business Catalyst Administrator interface. Editors using In-Browser Editing don't need to install Muse. And it's easy to use. People with no prior web design experience can make changes because editing takes place in a web browser ― once they've been granted editing access.
In this article, you'll learn how you can set up a Muse site to enable In-Browser Editing so that invited site users can update a Muse site. You'll get an overview of the steps to follow when using the In-Browser Editing interface, so you can help others learn how to use it to make changes. And finally, you'll see how to sync your .muse file with the current version after changes have been applied to the live site using the In-Browser Editing interface.
When you first visit a site in the online editing interface, the Home page of the live site is displayed. If you want to edit other site pages, click the arrow icons and Follow Link buttons that appear when you hover over the links to load the linked page. Using this strategy, you can navigate to any page to make updates, clicking through links the same way visitors navigate the live website.