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Converting Home Page to A-Master Page

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Feb 24, 2018

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Hello all, I've done an entire Navigation bar/Header in Adobe Muse, but failed to notice I was working in the Default Home page the browser provides upon first opening. I was wondering, is there any way to take the contents and breakpoints from the homepage that I already have, and convert it to my A-Master page? I have already tried dragging the page itself over to A-Master and that does not seem to work. Trying to avoid re-doing as much I can. Thanks

Do this:

  • Copy an element if your choice and paste it to the master page, using menu „Edit/Paste and Create Breakpoints“.
  • Now you have all breakpoints on the master.
  • Delete the pasted element from the master page.
  • Go back to layout page, go to menu „Edit/Select all“ (cmd+A) and „cut“ all elements (cmd+X).
  • Go to master page and choose menu „Edit/Paste in Place".
  • Now you are done.

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Converting Home Page to A-Master Page

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Feb 24, 2018

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Hello all, I've done an entire Navigation bar/Header in Adobe Muse, but failed to notice I was working in the Default Home page the browser provides upon first opening. I was wondering, is there any way to take the contents and breakpoints from the homepage that I already have, and convert it to my A-Master page? I have already tried dragging the page itself over to A-Master and that does not seem to work. Trying to avoid re-doing as much I can. Thanks

Do this:

  • Copy an element if your choice and paste it to the master page, using menu „Edit/Paste and Create Breakpoints“.
  • Now you have all breakpoints on the master.
  • Delete the pasted element from the master page.
  • Go back to layout page, go to menu „Edit/Select all“ (cmd+A) and „cut“ all elements (cmd+X).
  • Go to master page and choose menu „Edit/Paste in Place".
  • Now you are done.

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Do this:

  • Copy an element if your choice and paste it to the master page, using menu „Edit/Paste and Create Breakpoints“.
  • Now you have all breakpoints on the master.
  • Delete the pasted element from the master page.
  • Go back to layout page, go to menu „Edit/Select all“ (cmd+A) and „cut“ all elements (cmd+X).
  • Go to master page and choose menu „Edit/Paste in Place".
  • Now you are done.

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Thanks so much, doing 'Copy' then 'Paste with Breakpoints' did the trick.

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