In Chapter 12, Publishing Your Site, we'll look at how to publish our site and the various options available to us. However, as part of our testing, we can export the HTML files and examine the assets that have been created by Muse. Exporting the HTML files means that the files are stored locally on our computer where we can access them and take a look at what has been generated by Muse.
When you export your site, Muse slices and optimizes the images and creates a folder that holds these images, HTML, Cascading Style Sheets, and the scripts required to make the site work its magic.
If you're at all interested in code, you can open up the HTML files in any text editor and see the tags used to build your pages. If you're not interested in the code, and most people who use Muse will not be, you can just open up
index.html (your home page) in any of the browsers you have installed on your machine and test them locally.
To export your full website as HTML, follow...