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Adobe Muse: Web Authoring For Designers

Released as a preview or early beta, Adobe Muse is a code-free tool for building websites. Muse uses a drag-and-drop interface to make it possible to construct a site’s entire architecture, build and design pages and add rich content without having to know any HTML, CSS or JavaScript.
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The integrated Publish feature in Muse requires an Adobe Business Catalyst account. This allows for a simple trial version of the site to be published, and is effective for demoing a site for customers or for developers who will use the trial site as a basis for a final website.

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