NEW A more connected Adobe Muse – Adobe Muse CC is part of Creative Cloud. That means you have access to all the latest updates and future releases the moment theyâ™re available. You also get 20GB of cloud storage for backup and sharing. And Creative Cloud is integrated with Behance, so you can share your projects and get immediate feedback from creatives around the world.
Simple site planning – Lay out your site visually. Add, name, and arrange pages in your sitemap and apply master page settings with just a few clicks. Drag and drop to reorder pages.
Intuitive design features – Use the new Layers panel to control elements of your design. Design with familiar Adobe tools like the Eyedropper, Smart Guides, Paste in Place, and Edit Original.
Hundreds of fonts – Choose from hundreds of typefaces, including Adobe Edge Web Fonts hosted by the Adobe Typekit service, web-safe fonts, and system fonts.
Engaging interactivity – Drag and drop to add custom navigation, slide shows, contact forms, and more to your websites. All of the Adobe Muse CC interactive widgets are touch-enabled for mobile devices.
NEW Social widgets – Simply drag and drop to add Facebook “Like” and Twitter “Follow” buttons, YouTube and Vimeo videos, Google maps, and more – without copying and pasting code. Customize options such as color scheme, button type, or map address without leaving Adobe Muse.
NEW Updated scroll effects – Make your sites more engaging with page elements that move in different directions at different speeds with the scroll of a mouse or touch of a finger. Apply scroll effects, including opacity and fading options, to background images, slide shows, and Adobe Edge animations.
Site preview and testing – Preview desktop, smartphone, and tablet versions of your websites. Review websites with your clients and make modifications before websites go live.
Many site hosting options – Host your website with the provider of your choice. Go live with Adobe web hosting, or with another provider by exporting as HTML or uploading to an FTP host.
In-browser editing – Let website owners make changes to the content of their live sites through a browser. Choose whether to merge changes with the original Adobe Muse files.
NEW Library panel and Exchange – Save a variety of website design elements and collections such as stylized buttons, widgets, icons, and typographic elements to reuse in other projects and share with the Adobe community.
Optimized for search engines – Get found by Google, Bing, and Yahoo! Auto-generated sitemaps are optimized for search engines, whether youâ™re hosting with Adobe or a third-party provider.
Latest web standards – Build professional websites that load quickly and render beautifully across multiple browsers and devices. Adobe Muse CC code is written to take advantage of the latest advancements in web standards and browser capability.
Anywhere file access – Get 20GB of cloud storage to access your website files anytime, anywhere. Share design mockups and live site demos with clients and colleagues. Itâ™s all part of Adobe Muse and Creative Cloud membership.
Training library – Sharpen your skills and master new tools and techniques with a rich and growing library of training videos and tutorials.
What is new in version 7.2
Version 7.2.232 (January 22, 2014) This release contains fixes for the following issues:
-Menu active states fail to trigger when scrolling past linked anchors when scroll effects are applied.
-Tablet layout incorrect loading on desktop browsers in the latest version of Chrome.
Version 7.2.230 (January 20, 2014) This release contains fixes for the following issues:
-Jumpy or stuttering scroll motion on slower devices and OS X Mavericks Safari.
-YouTube widget was missing “Show Related” option.
-YouTube and Vimeo widgets coming to the front of the stacking order (z-order).
-YouTube and Vimeo widgets did not preview correctly in Design mode on computers running Windows.
-Pinned accordions with “overlap items below” may not be visible in Chrome.
-Composition widget stops working if a trigger container has a negative x value.
-Edge animations will not always show up properly in Internet Explorer v11.
-Some documents using inline images in text frames hang while drawing page thumbnails in Plan view.
-Crash drawing some text frames containing large inline objects.
-Large images in full screen slideshows are downsampled to the width of the slideshow in Design view.
-Form fields added after a custom form field will not delete properly.
-Deleting a swatch used in a browser gradient fill causes minor document corruption.
– 2.33GHz Intel® Pentium® 4, AMD Athlon® 64 2800+, or faster processor
– Microsoft® Windows® XP Home, Professional, or Tablet PC Edition with Service Pack 3; Windows Server® 2003 or 2008; Windows Vista® Home Premium, Business, Ultimate, or Enterprise (including 64-bit editions) with Service Pack 2; or Windows® 7 with Service Pack 1, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1
– 1GB of RAM
– Adobe® AIR® 3.3
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