Muse Jam: Advanced CMS with Business Catalyst

Muse Jam: Advanced CMS with Business Catalyst,
Recorded February 14, 2013 In this week's Jam session Christopher Kellett of museGrid.com and Dani Beaumont will break down the process of integrating dynamic data features from the Adobe Business Catalyst Content Management System (CMS) into a published Muse site. The workflow will include inserting modules into your Muse design, changing site layouts quickly and easily, and customizing the integrated design by editing global CSS style sheets. Familiarity with Muse and Business Catalyst highly recommended.
 

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