- 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
Filling the Browser with a Background Color
One way to maintain consistent color throughout your site is to fill the browser window with the same background color that you’re using on your web pages. You can achieve this effect in Muse by using the Browser Fill feature. To make it even easier, you can use the Browser Fill feature on a master page and apply the master to all of your web pages. You can choose colors to work with using a traditional Color Picker, very similar to what you would use in other Adobe products, such as InDesign, Photoshop, or Illustator.
Use the Browser Fill Color option
In Plan Mode, double-click a new page or master page thumbnail from the sitemap.
Muse opens the page in Design Mode.
Click the Browser Fill Color swatch in the Control panel.
Muse displays a drop-down Color Picker.
Choose a background color with the Color Picker via any of the following methods:
- Enter values into the RGB fields.
- Enter a hexadecimal code in the Hex# field.
- Click a swatch from the saved color swatch list.
- Drag the Hue slider up or down to select a color hue. Then click in the color field to the right of the Hue slider to determine the saturation and brightness of the selected color.
- Click the Sample Color tool icon. To sample a color for the background, proceed to click anywhere on the page—including in a placed photo or graphic.
Muse fills the browser with the chosen background color.