Let’s get started by creating a new file so you can explore Plan mode in Adobe Muse and get your site plan in place. You’ll map out and name the pages you’ll be building for your site, and then you’ll add information such as titles to your pages using metadata. Note that after creating a new Adobe Muse file to start off this video, you’ll need to open a new prepared project file as you begin each step. And, if you have any problems, feel free to ask for help in our forum.
A Master page holds parts of the design that you’ll use on every page of your website. At this point, let’s add common repeating elements like the header and footer to the Master page. Because all of the pages of your site will be based on this Master page, these elements will show up in the same place on all of your website pages.
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Dani has been managing innovative applications in the web and design space for more than 20 years. She is currently the Principal Product Manager on Adobe Muse, an application that allows visual designers to build rich HTML and CSS-based web sites without writing any code. Before Adobe Muse, Dani served as Group Product Manager for the Web Segment, and as Senior Product Manager for Adobe Fireworks and Macromedia Director.