How to create a offline link to my Muse website

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Sep 02, 2018 Sep 02, 2018

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Hi, I am having a small issue with Muse. I have created a website for a client, and want to know how i can let him preview the Muse site i created without me having to upload it via FTP. Any solutions ?

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Adobe Community Professional , Sep 02, 2018 Sep 02, 2018
No and yes.If your client is kind of digital native, you could export your file as html, send the whole folder to him and tell him to double click the INDEX.HTML file in that folder.Much easier from my point of view: Publish the site on a subfolder on your ftp like: www.yourdomain.com/yourclient.Of course it might also possible to do the same on your clients ftp:  www.yourclient.com/checkitoutnowKind Regards,Uwe

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No and yes.

If your client is kind of digital native, you could export your file as html, send the whole folder to him and tell him to double click the INDEX.HTML file in that folder.

Much easier from my point of view: Publish the site on a subfolder on your ftp like: www.yourdomain.com/yourclient.

Of course it might also possible to do the same on your clients ftp:  www.yourclient.com/checkitoutnow

Kind Regards,

Uwe

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If you're getting paid by clients,  you should have your own server hosting plan to which you upload files for insepction and approval.    You can also password protect the client's folder with your Plesk or C-Panel so  search engines and other prying eyes cannot see the content. 

Nancy O'Shea, Adobe Product User & Community Professional
Alt-Web Design & Publishing ~ Web : Print : Graphics : Media

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