The Adobe Muse CC 2015 release brings in several exciting new features, including seamless integration with the massive library of premium fonts from Typekit. Continue reading for more information about new features, and links that offer detailed self-help content.


Adobe Muse CC 2015.0.2.4

This release contains fixes for the following issues:

  • Disabling inadvertently enabled properties within the welcome dialog starter designs.

Adobe Muse CC 2015.0.1.22

This release contains fixes for the following issues:

  • Crash Updating Links for background images in widgets with Edit Together On.
  • During export, Muse inadvertently attempts to optimize a placed SWF and crashes.
  • Muse closes unexpectedly when attempting to embed a Tumblr blog into a Muse site.
  • Inline text frames that are positioned outside of their parent text frame are positioned incorrectly after export.
  • "Triggers on Top" is broken in newly created Composition widgets.
  • ..and a lot more. See the Release Notes for a complete list of fixed issues.

Find the perfect photos with Adobe Stock CC

New in Adobe Muse CC 2015 | June 2015

Explore an ever-expanding library of photos and illustrations from the new Adobe Stock marketplace to download and use in your Adobe Muse sites.

For more information, see Using royalty-free images from Adobe Stock.

Adobe Typekit Integration

New in Adobe Muse CC 2015 | June 2015

Adobe Muse is now fully integrated with Typekit, providing direct access to thousands of quality, premium fonts from top foundry partners. You can access and use Typekit fonts seamlessly in your site designs for modern browsers and mobile devices, as part of Creative Cloud membership, right from within Adobe Muse.

To access the Typekit fonts, go to the Adobe Muse font menu and select the Add Web Fonts in the Web Fonts section, or go to the File menu and select Add/Remove Web Fonts.

The Add Font window shows font families, including weights (such as bold, italic, and light) and properties (such as regular and old style numbers). Sort for fonts by featured, newest, and name. Filter by classifications (such as serif, san-serif, script and decorative styles), usage recommendations (such as header or body copy), and properties. Click on a weight in a family to view the type specifications page to see the full font set. And Unified search across all web font sources (Typekit, Edge, and Self Hosted) is also available.

For more information about using Typekit fonts in Adobe Muse, see Using Typekit Fonts.

Blogs, shopping carts, and other widgets

New in Adobe Muse CC 2015 | June 2015

Download new Adobe Muse Add-ons to add a shopping cart, integrate and style a blog from any blog service like WordPress or Tumblr, add video background, add unique design elements like photo album carousels, and more.

Access the Adobe Muse Add-ons directory, from the Library panel, search for the type of widget you need, and choose from a wide variety of widgets provided by Adobe Muse partners from the design community. New widgets are posted regularly, and you can submit a request if you don’t find the widget you need.

Simply drag and drop the widget onto the Muse canvas, and use the Options menu to customize colors, fonts, and more to seamlessly with the site design.

For more information about using the new widgets, see:

Editing Hyperlinks using In-browser Editing

New in Adobe Muse CC 2015 | June 2015

You can now edit Hyperlinks using In-browser Editing for sites created using Adobe Muse. With this new capability, clients can edit hyperlinks on websites hosted on both Business Catalyst and third-party hosting providers.

Currently, you can edit several types of links including external links, email, links to other pages of the website, files, and more. You can also modify links to upload downloadable files.

For more information, see In-browser Editing using Third-party Hosting Providers and In-browser Editing using Business Catalyst.

Radio Button Groups and other Contact Form enhancements

Enhanced in Adobe Muse CC 2015 | June 2015

You can now add Radio Buttons and Radio Button Groups to allow site visitors to select a single response only on Contact Forms. When working with Simple or Detailed forms, you can enable Radio Button groups on the Options panel. Further, you can configure each of these groups to set a default option.

For more information, see Adding Radio Button Groups.

Layer panel enhancements

Enhanced in Adobe Muse CC 2015 | June 2015

The Layer Panel in Adobe Muse now includes the following enhancements:

  • Rename shapes, layers, and other objects in the Layer panel.
  • On importing Photoshop buttons and images, the layer comp names match those in Photoshop.
  • Expand/Collapse layers and layer groups.
For more information about using Layers in Adobe Muse, see Working with Layers.

Native Effects panel

Enhanced in Adobe Muse CC 2015 | June 2015

All your favorite Effects options are now available within the new Effects panel. Dock, undock, and position Effects panel on your computer screen to easily beautify text, objects, and other web page elements.

Auto-activated lightboxes

Enhanced in Adobe Muse CC 2015 | June 2015

You can enable Lightbox displays to activate on page loads including Lightbox Composition and Slideshow widgets. You can also allow lightbox targets to trigger when a page loads by default, thereby serving site visitors with highly visually engaging content.

When configuring a Lightbox Composition or Slideshow widget, enable Auto Lightbox checkbox on the Options panel to enable the first Target or Image in the composition or slideshow to auto-display on page load.

For more information, see Widgets.

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