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Beginner Tips for Cleaning up Adobe Muse Websites

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This is my first time using Adobe Muse and I am creating a website for a company. I am having a horrible time of having the website look right on different sizes of screens. I am organizing the website to fit different breakpoints and I pin objects to the center and sides. In the end, it only looks good on Muse and it gets all messed up on mobile phones and different sizes of computers. I have set up both the desktop layout and phone layout. I would accept any advice and ideas that could help clean up and finalize my website. Thanks!

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pin is fine on a desktop design but not on a phone or device design

the modern way is to use pin [to browser] and that works for most (but not all devices)

show us your design if you want real help mate... press publish and make a free website on Adobe bc for testing

then for code help we need the .muse file

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Beginner Tips for Cleaning up Adobe Muse Websites

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This is my first time using Adobe Muse and I am creating a website for a company. I am having a horrible time of having the website look right on different sizes of screens. I am organizing the website to fit different breakpoints and I pin objects to the center and sides. In the end, it only looks good on Muse and it gets all messed up on mobile phones and different sizes of computers. I have set up both the desktop layout and phone layout. I would accept any advice and ideas that could help clean up and finalize my website. Thanks!

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pin is fine on a desktop design but not on a phone or device design

the modern way is to use pin [to browser] and that works for most (but not all devices)

show us your design if you want real help mate... press publish and make a free website on Adobe bc for testing

then for code help we need the .muse file

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I would accept any advice and ideas that could help clean up and finalize my website.

don't use pin! most phones | devices don't like it... many just ignore it

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So leave all menus and buttons unpinned?

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pin is fine on a desktop design but not on a phone or device design

the modern way is to use pin [to browser] and that works for most (but not all devices)

show us your design if you want real help mate... press publish and make a free website on Adobe bc for testing

then for code help we need the .muse file

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