Event>Muse Jam: Embedding and Styling a Tumblr Blog
Muse Jam: Embedding and Styling a Tumblr Blog
Muse Jam: Embedding and Styling a Tumblr Blog,
Recorded June 5, 2014
This week's Jam Session will focus on styling and embedding a Tumblr blog. Tumblr is a free service that is very easy for web site owners to interact with, and with a few pointers we can show you how to style the blog with the same fonts, colors and layouts as you're using in your Muse design. And if all goes well we'll give you a quick look at a Muse widget under development with one of our add-on partners to automate the process.
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