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Still having trouble with coding for sharepoint compatibility

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Dec 26, 2017

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I asked a question regarding share point coding compatibility last week and the answer was so simple I cant believe I didn't realize it.

so I installed MUSE 2017 and am still receiving a coding error when I try to view the website in a page viewer web part on share point.

The coding provided by my IT department and the coding listed when the website is opened in dreamweaver do not match and I would love to figure out what to do so I can view the page in sharepoint! (screen shots attached)

is it as simple as going to an even later 2015 version of Muse for compatibility with a website running in sharepoint 2007? I am more of an indesign and premiere user so Muse is definitely stepping into unknown territory

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you need a zero build mate i.e, 2017.0 ... I strongly recommend the .4 (the one I use for my work and stabble)

you can download 2017.0.2 | 4 for Windows | Mac from this official Adobe page https://helpx.adobe.com/muse/kb/install-Adobe-Muse-2017-0-4.html

2017.1 is the next build that was pushed out the door in time for Max and you can read all about it in the forums if you want a list of bugs

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Still having trouble with coding for sharepoint compatibility

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I asked a question regarding share point coding compatibility last week and the answer was so simple I cant believe I didn't realize it.

so I installed MUSE 2017 and am still receiving a coding error when I try to view the website in a page viewer web part on share point.

The coding provided by my IT department and the coding listed when the website is opened in dreamweaver do not match and I would love to figure out what to do so I can view the page in sharepoint! (screen shots attached)

is it as simple as going to an even later 2015 version of Muse for compatibility with a website running in sharepoint 2007? I am more of an indesign and premiere user so Muse is definitely stepping into unknown territory

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you need a zero build mate i.e, 2017.0 ... I strongly recommend the .4 (the one I use for my work and stabble)

you can download 2017.0.2 | 4 for Windows | Mac from this official Adobe page https://helpx.adobe.com/muse/kb/install-Adobe-Muse-2017-0-4.html

2017.1 is the next build that was pushed out the door in time for Max and you can read all about it in the forums if you want a list of bugs

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you need a zero build mate i.e, 2017.0 ... I strongly recommend the .4 (the one I use for my work and stabble)

you can download 2017.0.2 | 4 for Windows | Mac from this official Adobe page https://helpx.adobe.com/muse/kb/install-Adobe-Muse-2017-0-4.html

2017.1 is the next build that was pushed out the door in time for Max and you can read all about it in the forums if you want a list of bugs

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