When I need to make a small change or update to a clients website, I don't want to use MUSE because then I would have to regenerate all of the HTML content to keep it updated across all file levels. In our situation, our clients host their own websites. So we have to generate the html after we are done using MUSE to create their website. Then the HTML is FTP'd up to their hosting server.
If I found a typo or gramatical error, it's much easier to open that file in Dreamweaver, correct it, FTP it back to the hosting server. But then the MUSE file we have on record will not match the newly updated html file.
What is the best way to make small changes when using MUSE to develop a website?
Currently, there isn't a way to get any external update to published html files back into Muse project, other than doing the same changes within Muse as well.
What you can also do is to make changes in Muse, export and then export just the page that you changed stuff in (and dependent files). You also have the option to exclude pages from Export, using which you can selectively export only those pages which you want to publish and update on the website.
Hope that helps.
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