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Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Adobe Muse - How To Organize Web Structure

Adobe Muse Tutorial

First of all, this is a triple header from me for posts. Tomorrow, is going to be a slow day. I will have a software review by this weekend or early next week. I want to do a more regular posts to this blog.  By doing that, I like to have your support in growing this blog. I like to know what your thoughts are on our services, our site, and more. So in my next blog is just a few things you can do to help us out. If you like what you see, please subscribe to Our You Tube Channel and this Blog.

Let me show you a tip so you don't make the same mistake as I did in creating a responsive web design using Adobe Muse CC. I am learning the Adobe Muse CC by online forums, videos, and other content. When me creating the website body, I didn't use what in HTML Coding is called DIV Tags or Containers to organize the content in a way that would allow to keep thing in line similar to a table and its cells do. Tables are not used as much anymore and are becoming out dated. But generally in web design a DIV is the standard with CSS and other HTML Mark Ups.

In the video I will show you some tips on better organization of your content on your website using Adobe Muse CC 2016.





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