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Building a site but i am so noob

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May 30, 2017

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Hi Adobe team & guys and girls..

I am super noob, and i am trying to do my first site on muse..

I watched some of terrys youtube videos, but he didnt come a cross the specific question i have for you guys & girls now..

My pc monitor is running in 2560 x 1440 and i want to make a full width website with an introduction video like this one https://y.co/

that is showing correctly on all pc monitor sizes. I tested https://y.co/  on Screenfly / Test Your Website at Different Screen Resolutions and it shows

perfectly on all screen resolutions/sizes.. So how do i start my project? Max width colums etc.

Before i was introduced to MUSE i was using a online editor called WIX wich was ok for some projects. But they dont have automatic screen size zoom resolution.I finished 35 pages on WIX before i discovered that when i previewed it on a 15 inch monitor, then only the half of the video background was actually showing. Wich made the site look awfull 😕

So the first big question is : now that i have all the material for the website, And i want to rebuild it in Muse how how big i should make my max page width? Is it 2560??

All my video material is in 2560 x 1440 But that can easily be resized.. If i have to work with another px dimension

The second question is : In the WIX editor that  i am used to work with, has 2 grid Lines with a fixed with of 980 px in the middle of the screen, wich i would like to still be working with since it makes all my content show correctly on tablet, smartphones and so on.. How do i enable that? "is that possible in Muse"

I hope a kind soul will help me, because i feel like the WIX editor just sent me back to the stoneage...

Kind Regards

Tony "the n00b" with an intent to learn Muse

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Building a site but i am so noob

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Hi Adobe team & guys and girls..

I am super noob, and i am trying to do my first site on muse..

I watched some of terrys youtube videos, but he didnt come a cross the specific question i have for you guys & girls now..

My pc monitor is running in 2560 x 1440 and i want to make a full width website with an introduction video like this one https://y.co/

that is showing correctly on all pc monitor sizes. I tested https://y.co/  on Screenfly / Test Your Website at Different Screen Resolutions and it shows

perfectly on all screen resolutions/sizes.. So how do i start my project? Max width colums etc.

Before i was introduced to MUSE i was using a online editor called WIX wich was ok for some projects. But they dont have automatic screen size zoom resolution.I finished 35 pages on WIX before i discovered that when i previewed it on a 15 inch monitor, then only the half of the video background was actually showing. Wich made the site look awfull 😕

So the first big question is : now that i have all the material for the website, And i want to rebuild it in Muse how how big i should make my max page width? Is it 2560??

All my video material is in 2560 x 1440 But that can easily be resized.. If i have to work with another px dimension

The second question is : In the WIX editor that  i am used to work with, has 2 grid Lines with a fixed with of 980 px in the middle of the screen, wich i would like to still be working with since it makes all my content show correctly on tablet, smartphones and so on.. How do i enable that? "is that possible in Muse"

I hope a kind soul will help me, because i feel like the WIX editor just sent me back to the stoneage...

Kind Regards

Tony "the n00b" with an intent to learn Muse

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I think, first you need to learn this https://musewidgets.com/collections/tutorials

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