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Applying Master Pages

When you apply a master page, all master page contents are applied to a site page and can only be edited from the master. By default, whenever you create a new site, the A-master page is automatically applied to the intial web page and any additional pages you add. However, when you create additional master pages in Plan Mode, you can apply them to your site pages by dragging-and-dropping the master page thumbnail over the page thumbnail in the sitemap. You can also change the master page that is currently applied to a site page by choosing a diferent master from the contextual menu.

Drag-and-drop the master page thumbnail

  • yellow_1.jpg Choose Plan Mode from the View menu.

  • yellow_2.jpg Click and drag the master page thumbnail over the site page thumbnail in the sitemap.

    Muse displays a blue rectangle around the site page thumbnail.

  • yellow_3.jpg Release the mouse button to apply the master page to the site page.

    Muse adds the master page contents to the site page.

Choose a master page from the contextual menu

  • yellow_1.jpg Choose Plan Mode from the View menu.

  • yellow_2.jpg Right-click or Control-click (Mac) on any page in the sitemap to access the contextual menu. Choose the master page from the Masters submenu.

    Muse adds the master page contents to the site page.

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