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Adobe Muse Mobile Websites - Now Available!


The latest release of Adobe Muse features the ability to build mobile and tablet friendly websites all within one Muse site file. There are quite a few other great additions to this release - here are a few of my favorites:
1. Adding multiple layouts for tablet & mobile
In the PLAN view of your Muse site, you now have the ability to build different formats of your site within one working file.  Select either a desktop, tablet, or mobile layout from the main toolbar, and copy your elements and backgrounds to each layout.
2. Improved Hyperlink Menu
The hyperlink menu has been completely redesigned for smooth linking between each alternate layout of your site. Users can search for a specific page directly in this box, or enter a email address or mobile number to bring up the appropriate options on a smartphone (eg. your email client or the "dial" menu)
3. Go To Page Menu
The "Go To Page" menu is another quick way to access other pages within your Muse site. If you're working with a large site that has lots of pages, the ability to jump to each page will save you the hassle of dropping back to the plan view each time you switch.

Check out these amazing mobile menu designs by the Adobe Muse team:

All of these menus are made using the existing widgets in Muse (Composition, Lightbox, etc.)

*Warning - may cause brain to explode*

Link:  Mobile Menus



Mobile Templates now available on

The most popular templates on will be made available immediately in a Mobile layout.  Future template releases will utilize the new layouts when available - look for an iPhone included in the screenshot for each template featuring a mobile design.  This will also be noted in the individual templates description.






by Steve Harris



lol how fast are you!
is there any way to put form now?


how do we make menus like you did, we need a tutorial.. thanks



You guys are amazing. I have a previously made mobile site made to the spec you laid out in a previous blog post ( I just tried to start copying over the elements, but the page properties are different. Two questions:

-any other solution than starting from scratch?

Also- any insight on how this will be structured for export? Will it conflict with my already created mobile site?

Thanks! Again, this site is a Godsend


Thanks for taking the time to write that, I found it very educational. If you get a chance you should visit my blog as well. I hope you have a great day!


Your anwser was just what I needed. It’s made my day!


You write so hnoestly about this. Thanks for sharing!

Sterling Williams
Sterling Williams

Ahhhh $NAP, even though I’ve been a member of Muse for a year, 99% of all I do is thru wordpress HOWEVER since coming across Dani’s new Muse vids, them embracing Mobile, and really Dig Muse-Themes (GRT blog, services, themes, AND Price$!)

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