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Adobe® Muse™ on Demand by Ted LoCascio

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12. Previewing a Site

What You’ll Do

Previewing a Page in Muse

Previewing a Site in Muse

Previewing a Page in the Default Browser

Previewing a Site in the Default Browser

Previewing in a Non-Default Browser

Introduction

As you design web pages in Muse, it’s essential to test the functionality of each page element you’ve included in your design, such as navigational buttons, hyperlinks, and slideshows. Muse comes equipped with a Preview Mode, which enables you to test your sites from within the application. However, to ensure proper functionality, you should also preview your sites in some external browsers, such as Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Mozilla Firefox, and Windows Internet Explorer.

The Preview Mode in Muse uses WebKit as its rendering ...

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