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Create a simple website

Technical Tutorial Published 11/14/13 Last updated on 5/16/18

Faculty, staff, and students all have needs to create websites for a range of content such as course information, an online portfolio, and a research project, among others. Adobe Muse is an easy-to-use tool to create a simple, professional looking website without the need to write HTML or CSS code. In this tutorial, learn how to create a simple website for students to access information about a course.

This tutorial is from the Adobe for Academics catalog.

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1-2 Hours

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Sue Meredith

Posted on 4/20/17 12:01:11 PM Permalink

​Never seen Muse before so I will use it for my junior class to get the concepts of building a site. Thanks.

santhosh kumar

Posted on 12/13/13 12:51:18 PM Permalink

I like to make a news or magazine type website(like where it should be updated often at the back end with lot of images and contents.

How could Adobe Muse help me?

Or which other product will be apt for publishing(news or magazine type publishing website)?