- Creating a New Site
- Adding Top Level (Sibling) Pages to the Sitemap
- Adding Child Pages to the Sitemap
- Adding Master Pages to the Sitemap
- Removing Pages from the Sitemap
- Rearranging Pages in the Sitemap
- Resizing Sitemap Thumbnails
- Filling the Browser with a Background Color
- Filling the Browser with a Background Image
- Applying Master Pages
- Saving a Site
- Closing a Site
Adding Child Pages to the Sitemap
End users generally visit a child page by accessing its parent page first. Because of this, child pages do not appear in the top level navigation bar, but rather in a drop-down menu via the top level parent page. Muse even generates and updates nav bars automatically as you add, remove, and rearrange pages in the sitemap (see Chapter 4, “Adding Navigational Content”). You can add child pages by clicking the Insert Child Page button.
Click the Insert Child Page button
- Choose Plan Mode from the View menu.
- Hover the cursor over any page in the sitemap and click the Insert Child Page button (the plus icon) that appears underneath the thumbnail.
Muse adds the page to the site. The new page thumbnail appears underneath the button you clicked. Muse highlights the page name so that you can enter a new one.
Enter a name for the new page and press Return (Mac) or Enter (Win) to apply it.