As we enter a new year and decade in 2020, we also approach the the 2-year Anniversary of Adobe’s end of life announcement for Adobe Muse. In this article we'll discuss the future of Adobe Muse, our plans for supporting MuseThemes products, and a great alternative web design platform.
We're excited to unveil our new initiative, ThemePhotos. This is not just another stock photo site – our photos are shot and packaged as beautifully-consistent sets, each containing 20+ high resolution photos. More than enough to build a complete, cohesive website!
As of June 11th 2018, Google will require that any usage of its Google Maps platform must utilize an API key. Any widget or embed on a site without the required API will fail to function properly. We've got you covered with a new FREE widget and tutorial.
You may have noticed an outage of our Facebook Photo Albums recently. The outage is due to a bug on Facebook's developer platform, introduced in late May. This article contains steps to resolve the issue, as well as a special widget update.
If you use the Mumblr widget, and are based in the EU (or have site visitors from the EU), you may need to take action on your site. Tumblr has updated it’s cookie policies according to GDPR law changes, and now requires acceptance of it’s terms prior to viewing any Tumblr feed.
Following the announcement of our new business, Without Code, we received a hugely positive response, along with many great questions. In this article, we’ll answer your most commonly asked questions regarding Without Code, the recent Muse End of Life announcement from Adobe, and the future of MuseThemes.
It’s a sad day for the Muse community. Adobe has officially announced that the March 26, 2018 release of Adobe Muse will be the final version. Ongoing development of the software has ended, and there will be no new feature additions beyond critical OS level updates.