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Editing my present website

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Sep 25, 2018

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Hi,

A year ago I created a new website using Muse. I uploaded it to Godaddy and it is running. I would like to do some editing to the site using Muse; but, unfortunately my computer crashed and I do not know where to find the original Muse data. Did Muse save all my data into Adobe creative cloud storage? If not, how else can I edit my site using Muse?

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Joe Casalino

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Editing my present website

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Hi,

A year ago I created a new website using Muse. I uploaded it to Godaddy and it is running. I would like to do some editing to the site using Muse; but, unfortunately my computer crashed and I do not know where to find the original Muse data. Did Muse save all my data into Adobe creative cloud storage? If not, how else can I edit my site using Muse?

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Joe Casalino

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Only with inbrowserediting.com

Muse does not automatically save anything in CC.

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Uwe

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If you didn't keep backup MU data files on an external drive, you're kind of stuck.  I think the best you can do is download your site files from the GoDaddy server with an FTP client like Filezilla.   Open the files in a code editor like Dreamweaver or Pinegrow. 

Happy coding!

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
Alt-Web.com

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