These views are a representative of the steps a designer will take when designing and building a website (without Muse). We'll take a look at each of these in turn, but let's start with a quick recap on how to create your site in Muse.
In the first chapter we looked at the Muse interface and saw how to create a new site in Muse. Choose File | New. This process is very similar to creating a new document in InDesign. It creates a
.muse file which is similar to an
.indd (InDesign) file as it holds information about our web pages and the master pages.
We can set up the width of our page, and based on our knowledge of common screen resolutions (1024x768), the default width of 960 pixels is suitable.
By entering a page width value we are creating a fixed width (sometimes called static width) layout. This means that the layout will not change in width even if the browser...