Using in-browser editing within Adobe Muse

If you haven't already heard, the new Adobe Creative Cloud subscription contains a powerful drag and drop website builder known as Muse CC. For graphic designers and front end developers, the appeal of Muse is a familiar Adobe canvas where custom layouts and graphics are resized, optimized and then exported to clean HTML for the web in just one click.

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Andy Lassiter is a Charleston-based designer and videographer. He also writes about web development and computers for eBay, where you can find many of the tools and software to create your own digital projects.