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New Template Available - Inspire

Check out our latest template release called "Inspire" - it's a flexible and functional website designed to work well for any type of business, entrepreneur or artist.  Originally built as a training resource for Adobe, Inspire uses a pinned navigation system that remains visible at all times while scrolling down the page.  Persistent navigation of this nature is very popular in modern web design as it gives the visitor complete control over their location on the site without having to search or scroll back to the top. This navigation also uses the automatic menu widget in Muse, so adding additional pages to your sites "PLAN" view will be automatically updated directly in the menu.

Click here to preview the Inspire live website

The template also features a modern gallery slider, which contains photos that can be opened up in a simple lightbox display. Social media icons are included, simply click on an icon and enter the relevant link within the "hyperlink" box within Muse. We've embedded a Google Map on the contact page, so try adding different types of content to the header area (photos, videos, maps, etc.) to mix it up between pages.

We love the inspire template because it's so simple yet extremely functional. It's easy to get overwhelmed with visual effects like motion scrolling and widgets, however don't forget to put your user experience first and ensure that visitors can comfortably and easily navigate through your website.


P.s. We've been hard at work getting ready to completely relaunch our site. Stay tuned!

Steve Harris
Steve Harris / Calgary, Canada

Steve Harris started MuseThemes in 2011 and steadily grew the company, going from a full-time corporate employee to being his own boss. More than just MuseThemes, Steve is a conference speaker, author, and holds equally large collections of both business books and fine scotch.



HI there. I was looking at the preview, and I have a quick question. When I am creating a website on my MacBook, it full width. But when I open it on an iMac, it’s too small, or on some desktops, too big. What is the way to create a website so that it fits on all screens? Like your template.

Your help will be greatly appreciate it.

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