Yes, the html pages created by muse can be edited in Contribute.
Thank you for your reply. I did try to access a Muse created site on a server and I could not get it to work using Contribute. The html pages could not be selected. The Dreamweaver created site worked okay on another server. I will give it another go and let you know how I get on. Thanks again. Gerry
My clients old website that was designed in Dreamweaver was easy to edit in Contribute. Since the new MUSE site has gone live they are finding it impossble to edit the site in WHSIWYG mode. The can see the html elements and cannot format the text in the same way they did before. What way do I need to save the files out of Muse? They are using contribute CS5. They have tried a trail of the latest version and are still having the same problem.
Muse website is definitely editable in Contribute (if you have created the connection successfully) but there are some limitations with Contribute as you cannot edit any dynamic content of the website.
Please send me the link of your website so that I can check and also let me know if you have tried to edit the Muse website in Dreamweaver?
Thank you for your reply.
The client only needs to up date the NEWS and EVENTS pages of the site.
They would normally add content most days, but have not been able to do so with the correct formatting since the switch to Muse. Text copied and pasted from Word cannot be formatted as before.
I add any other items as required.
Attached is a screen grab of what I see in Dreamweaver when trying to update the NEWS page.
I hope I am doing something wrong as I assured the client last year that they would be able to update the site as they did with the old Dreamweaver site.
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Re my last post. My client is keen to know if there is any progress on the issue of them being able to update their site. Thanks Gerry Mclaughlin
Sent the private message.