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I really loved the Home Page of www.bcg.com and I am curious as to how can I do it in Muse.

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Hello Folks,

To cut long story short, I want to create a homepage like BCG's website, and I worked my brain out to do it but to no avail. I couldn't figure out that what widgets they've used I mean one way to do it could be by way of using full page slide show, but then again, the scroll effect of mouse is just awesome which isn't possible through this widget.

Again in very 1st slide they've used a horizontal slide show within a slide show. And the sliding effect of that horizontal slide show is just another awesome thing I liked about it. I mean you can change the slides by long pressing left button of mouse and then dragging the pointer from right to left.

http://www.bcg.com

Can anyone of you help me out how to do it in Muse?

Thanks in advance.

Gaurav.

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I really loved the Home Page of www.bcg.com and I am curious as to how can I do it in Muse.

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Hello Folks,

To cut long story short, I want to create a homepage like BCG's website, and I worked my brain out to do it but to no avail. I couldn't figure out that what widgets they've used I mean one way to do it could be by way of using full page slide show, but then again, the scroll effect of mouse is just awesome which isn't possible through this widget.

Again in very 1st slide they've used a horizontal slide show within a slide show. And the sliding effect of that horizontal slide show is just another awesome thing I liked about it. I mean you can change the slides by long pressing left button of mouse and then dragging the pointer from right to left.

http://www.bcg.com

Can anyone of you help me out how to do it in Muse?

Thanks in advance.

Gaurav.

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you can make blogs work in Muse yes... the system I like | use is Publiz but there are also wordpress and some other options

https://www.publiz.com/adobe-muse-blog.html

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Ussnorway Wrong thread?

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no the site he linked to has a blog

https://www.bcg.com/about/mission/approach.aspx

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I think they have used a parallax Scroll effect

You can see the video How to create a Horizontal Parallax Effects in Adobe Muse - YouTube 

It might give you some tricks on how to achieve something similar to what you want.

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The trick would be to combine two things together, which I have no idea how to do that.

On top is a slideshow, horizontal orientated, scrolling down is something like this:

home​  what I am working on since …

There are some 3rd party widgets for "hero slideshows/hero images" at musewidgeits.com

The scroll effect is easy to manage.

Best Regards,

Uwe

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fotoroeder wissal Responsive-museUssnorway David Asch

Thank you everyone for your valuable inputs.

However, I think following few things got skipped from your scrutiny on BCG homepage:

  1. There is absence of scroll bar, which in my opinion means that page is not too long.
  2. If you hover on any of the menu option on the right hand side like "Featured", "DigitalBCG" or "Capabilities" etc. you will not get to see any link text on the left bottom of the page. Which means that they've not created any Anchor links. Same is true for horizontal slide show buttons on the very first page.
  3. No matter how fast you scroll mouse wheel, only one page will change at a time, which I find really amazing.

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1 & 3 are scroll effects... not that hard to learn if you like that effect look here for a starting tutorial with files

Enhance your responsive site design |

2 = maybe but there are other ways to avoid showing the link text if you don't want it ... the state button springs to mind

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  1. There is absence of scroll bar, which in my opinion means that page is not too long.
  2. If you hover on any of the menu option on the right hand side like "Featured", "DigitalBCG" or "Capabilities" etc. you will not get to see any link text on the left bottom of the page. Which means that they've not created any Anchor links. Same is true for horizontal slide show buttons on the very first page.
  3. No matter how fast you scroll mouse wheel, only one page will change at a time, which I find really amazing.

1) There are some 3rd party widgets which make the scrollbar disappear (musewidgeits.com) but some of them need subscription.

2) That the link in the bottom does not appear may need some coding. I have a thread in mind far in the past when Pavel Homeriki​ had some advices/opinions to this

3) This could also be done with 3rd party widgets. Some of them are free, some of them may need subscription, some of them are available as single widget. Just one of them: Anchor Scroll widget for Adobe Muse

Best Regards,

Uwe

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