Page Creator Plugin | MusexPress 3.0 | Adobe Muse CMS | Use Muse with WordPress



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With this powerful plugin, you can add new pages to your Muse Theme directly from the WordPress admin panel. Just create a new page in Muse, drag and drop the Page Creator Content widget and you or your client will be able to make edits and revisions the directly from the admin panel. That’s not all: with this new powerful tool you Muse project will be compatible with all of the WordPress third party plugins that create new pages with their shortcodes.

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4 thoughts on “Page Creator Plugin | MusexPress 3.0 | Adobe Muse CMS | Use Muse with WordPress

  • September 28, 2020 at 2:04 am
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    It's taken a while to understand what they're trying to do here and this is NOT a CMS as far as I can tell. Every plugin seems to begin within Adobe Muse instead of WordPress. When I originally downloaded this, I was under the impression that I could convert my client's Muse website to WordPress and they would be able to edit it themselves. Then… I find out you need to purchase additional plugins that supposedly create the "whole" so-called CMS. Now… it appears from all these demos that the client actually has no independence from me at all as they would with just WordPress. I'd basically have to rebuild their website in Muse with these plugins or set them up with something new in Muse first, every time my client wants to edit their website. If I'm correct, than what a misleading and time wasting joke of a CMS. Adobe Muse is no longer and I was hoping for a widget that actually allows me to convert an existing Muse website into a WordPress website that can be edited by the client and independent of me. Based on the MusexPress marketing, I already told my client they'll have the ability to run their website independently and do all of the edits themselves. Now I have to back pedal and look like a jerk when I tell them that's not true… which means I just need to rebuild their entire website in WordPress, which of course, sucks. I already reached out to their tech support and told them this is misleading advertising but if I'm wrong, let me know and I'll purchase the package. They just stopped communicating with me all together. Why the hell pour the energy into developing plugins that still require anyone to be tied to an application that has been discontinued and will no longer offer support??? If I'm misunderstanding something here… please let me know. But all I'm seeing so far is that my client will either still need me or Adobe Muse in order to edit their content in WordPress.

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  • September 28, 2020 at 2:04 am
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    Have you got an update to the new ways pages work?

    I seem a little lost now and I had it working great

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  • September 28, 2020 at 2:04 am
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    What about SEO? How well google index these boxes on muse site?

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  • September 28, 2020 at 2:04 am
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    how do these pages work with site navigation? do they create menu items? do we need to create the menus manually still?

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