How To Get Started Building Websites with Adobe Muse (codename)

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In this episode of the Adobe Creative Suite Podcast, I’ll show you How To Get Started Building Websites With Adobe Muse (codename). See just how easy it is to build your own website within minutes and without having to write code.

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9 Replies to “How To Get Started Building Websites with Adobe Muse (codename)”

  1. Looks great Terry!!! Thank you for the continued sharing of knowledge!!

    I’ve been toying with Muse since the V1 beta. As a photographer/dabbler in design/Wordpress admin for our family’s business website, Muse looks really interesting to me. Dreamweaver can be daunting for someone who doesn’t know a lot of code. I would love to see a tutorial on how (or if) Muse could be used to create templates for WordPress so you could still get the benefits of easy layout/wireframe design with all of the great WordPress plug-ins. A second demonstration on how you could add a Muse site to a server other than Adobe’s Business Catalyst would be awesome.

    Kindest regards,


  2. Terry, please give some feedback- the subscription method of sales is a no-go. Here’s the deal- I create a website, its really cool. Three months later a friend tells me where I have some bad grammar, oh damn. I got to change it.

    Have I had to be paying each and every month to fix that grammar flub ? Or… do I have to pay for a month to fix one word or half a sentence ?

    No… this model is not well thought out, per the use of this product. And please, build in direct ftp ability to my 3rd party web hosting company. Really. I’m not going to change, right ?

    Please pass this stuff on. We are Adobe’s LIVE FOCUS GROUP… and they are not listening. Thanks.

    1. Dreamweaver is a professional web development tool that allows you to create just about any kind of site and lets you access and customize the code.
      Adobe Muse is a web design tool for designers that does NOT allow you to access the code and geared more towards the look and feel of the site and for those wishing to to build sites without having to write custom code.

  3. Does this mean that Adobe are killing off Dreamweaver?
    This muse looks as crakcpot as Adobe feeble offering GoLive I think it was.. I had V5 and it was useless – so bad they bought out Macromedia.
    I cannot see a serious web design studio using a Mickey Mouse over grown iPad app for serious work

  4. Thank you for this tutorial VERY informative. When is the next one I am sitting on edge to see what other tricks you know for this program. Also is it possible to add in social media buttons?

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