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Adobe Muse Classroom in a Book - August 2012 Update by Adobe Creative Team

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10. Publishing and Exporting Your Site

The project for this lesson has not changed in any significant way when using the third-quarter 2012 update for Adobe Muse. However, there has been an addition to the Publish dialog box, as well as the addition of FTP upload to the host of your choice, asset upload, and a sitemap.xml that is generated when the content is exported.

Note

The L10_start.muse file may show missing images when opened on Windows. You can fix them in the Assets panel.

The first minor addition to the Publish dialog box occurs on page 236, when you encounter the Publish dialog box after choosing File > Publish. In the Publish dialog box, you will now see a FAQ link to a FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) page on the Adobe website. ...

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