I am aware that there is no easy way to put Jquery into adobe muse at this time.
Will you be able to do this in 1.0?
Can it be done now. If so how?
Thanks for any help on the subject
Muse already utilizes jQuery, but keep in mind that it is loaded at the end of the page. You can accomplish a lot with Object->Insert HTML and we are exploring easier ways to insert arbitrary JS for future versions.
Here's a tutorial that goes over how to embed various code snippets via Insert HTML: http://tv.adobe.com/watch/muse-feature-tour/muse-embed-html-code-to-ad d-google-maps-and-more/
It will be welcomed if we can have a jquery widget holder to help designers place jquery codes into Muse while designing. Since Muse is bundled with a webkit browser by default, then Muse should be able to display the jquery slideshow, etc in design view and work in preview mode. I think that would be a quick and straight forward approach for the dev team. I'm not saying it would be easy, but I think it should deliver this feature now than later(endless future)
I have WOWslider jquery image slideshow software which produces an HTLM file for its slider. Taking the code that it produces is it possible to put that into an arbitrary HTML box and edit it to work.
I see some references to it in other software as needing some work to get it to run in much the same way as would appear to be the case here.
The pitch around the software makes it appear a case of simply copy and paste. I see above where you say future versions will make it easier to use JS with Muse, but for the moment is there a workaround or hints how to go about it?
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