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Hello all,

I'm new to Muse and enjoying learning it quite a bit. However, I have encountered a roadblock with what I want to do. Do you think I could write a Widget that allows me to do the following:

I'm creating a site for a Spanish class I'm teaching next semester, and I wanted to integrate Lingro (lingro.com) into several sections of text throughout my page. With it's code, Lingro allows users to click on a word on a page and have a small floating window offer either a translation or definition (depending on the settings).

Anyway, I understand that Muse will not allow you to see the code it generates, much less edit it. A workaround I found was to create html objects, add the Lingro html code, and then add the text I want to have with that functionality. It's a very rudimentary solution, and it limits me enormously on the type of fonts I can use, plus it takes quite a bit of time.

Is there any chance that I could create a Widget that would automatically add this code to text in Muse? I

In case you are curious about Lingro, or if I did not make myself clear, I'm trying to add the code listed under "integrated tooltips" in this page: lingro: webmaster tools.

Thank you very much for your time!

See this forum post for information on how to create widgets for Adobe Muse. Hope that helps.

Want to create my own custom widget for Muse (was:widget)

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Would this type of widget be possible?

New Here ,
Jan 22, 2018

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Hello all,

I'm new to Muse and enjoying learning it quite a bit. However, I have encountered a roadblock with what I want to do. Do you think I could write a Widget that allows me to do the following:

I'm creating a site for a Spanish class I'm teaching next semester, and I wanted to integrate Lingro (lingro.com) into several sections of text throughout my page. With it's code, Lingro allows users to click on a word on a page and have a small floating window offer either a translation or definition (depending on the settings).

Anyway, I understand that Muse will not allow you to see the code it generates, much less edit it. A workaround I found was to create html objects, add the Lingro html code, and then add the text I want to have with that functionality. It's a very rudimentary solution, and it limits me enormously on the type of fonts I can use, plus it takes quite a bit of time.

Is there any chance that I could create a Widget that would automatically add this code to text in Muse? I

In case you are curious about Lingro, or if I did not make myself clear, I'm trying to add the code listed under "integrated tooltips" in this page: lingro: webmaster tools.

Thank you very much for your time!

See this forum post for information on how to create widgets for Adobe Muse. Hope that helps.

Want to create my own custom widget for Muse (was:widget)

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See this forum post for information on how to create widgets for Adobe Muse. Hope that helps.

Want to create my own custom widget for Muse (was:widget)

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