Move Muse website to another product

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Jan 06, 2021 Jan 06, 2021

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Is there an easy way to move my Muse website to another product?

 

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Jan 09, 2021 Jan 09, 2021

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Export Muse to HTML.  In theory, you can edit native HTML, CSS and JavaScript files in any plain text/code editor.  But the bigger question is "how good are you with code?"  If you can't work with code, the simple answer is start over with another web authoring solution.

 

CODE TUTORIALS:

- https://www.w3schools.com/html/
- https://www.w3schools.com/css/
- https://www.w3schools.com/js/

MODERN SITE BUILDERS:
-- Adobe Brackets (open source code editor) - http://brackets.io/
-- Adobe Dreamweaver CC - https://www.adobe.com/products/dreamweaver.html
-- Adobe Portfolio (free with a paid Creative Cloud Plan) - https://portfolio.adobe.com/
-- Bootstrap Studio - https://bootstrapstudio.io/
-- Pinegrow - https://pinegrow.com/
-- Squarespace (online service) - https://www.squarespace.com/
-- Visual Studio Code (open source code editor) - https://code.visualstudio.com/
-- Webflow (online service) - https://webflow.com/
-- Wix (online service) - https://www.wix.com/
-- WordPress (open source CMS) - https://wordpress.org/

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

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Jan 10, 2021 Jan 10, 2021

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politly speaking: No

You could use all of the below mentioned - if you are into code in some way or at least you are very willing to become one, I can recommedn PG as that app uses the html, published on the server in the worldwideweb and loads that as a new project and lets you "play" with it. If, and only if your site was well organized in Muse (all layers are in correct/logical order, all assets are set correctly, no mising links no dead links and so on) one may keep on with PG - otherwise it can be used as prototype in order to rebuild it in PG (and of course, then, in any other code editor).

Hope that helps …?

 

Kind Regards,

Uwe

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