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I see that Muse creates the code as you build the website. What coding do I specifically have to enter that Muse does not create, before publishing to my webhost server?
Nothing. Muse doesn’t require any coding. It generates the necessary code by itself – even the code, which is needed, to adapt different browser characteristics.
Even all of the metadata such as keywords for the search engines?
Every page and every image has an input field for meta data, where you can fill in your data. But that is not „code“ and not a „must“.
I was told Muse did it all, but It was the Page Properties window that created a little confusion. This lled to my wondering just what coding I would be responsible to add. Thanks for your reply!
I think, most Muse users fill in the description or some keywords for their pages, but nearly no one found it necessary (I assume!), to use HTML for <head>. This is only needed for very special requirements.
If you need more insight about these keyword/description filed in respect to „SEO“, please have a look at this video:
Thank you! You’ve been a great help!