Browser width:
Browser height:
Content width:
Content - padding:
Thumbnail Width:
Number of Thumbs:
Thumbs Rounded:
Thumb Width Total:
Thumbnail margins:
Browser Ratio:
Background Ratio:
Background Set:
Scroll Set:
CopyLeft Width:
CopyLeft Spacing:
New CopyLeft Width:
Image ID Ident:
Content Posit:
Scroll Posit:

Here are a couple of demonstrations on how to get rid of the backgrounds from your images.  The first one deals with simple backgrounds (like a green screen), and the second one deals with more complicated backgrounds.




Handing in Your Websites

Your websites are due this Friday. You will need to hand in BOTH an exported website AND the project files. The video below goes over how to do this. Also below is your evaluation for the project, which is also due on Friday.



EXTRA DEMO: Scrolling Effects

In Adobe Muse, one of the things you can do it attach certain actions to the scroll effect on your webpage. One of the most common things you can do it vary the opacity of a graphic to the scroll position. So you can have a menu that is almost opaque go transparent as you scroll up. you can also animate the position of certain gfraphical elements with scrolling (have pictures “fly” in from the sides as the user scrolls down the page). Below is a demo on how to do that if you would like to add that to your page.




Adding Links to Non-Menu Items in Muse





Different Ways of Resizing Objects in Muse



Adding a Menu to Your Website



Placing Background Images in Your Website



Starting Your Website




A Couple More Videos

Just a couple more…