- Layers allow you to organize content and make your projects easier to update. You can create and edit specific areas or kinds of content on the page without affecting other areas or accidentally changing other content. You can also place content that rarely updates in one layer while keeping content that you’ll update frequently on a different layer of the same page. Using layers also allows you to set the stacking order to arrange elements to display above or behind each other.
- In Muse, you can type text directly into your pages after creating a text frame using the Text tool; you can paste text from almost any other application (the formatting will be lost); you can choose File > Place to place a .txt file; or you can copy text from another Muse site and paste the text into the site, retaining the formatting (and styles) of the text content.
- Smart Guides are temporary snap-to guides and visual aids that appear when you create or manipulate objects. They help you align, edit, and transform objects relative to other objects, page guides, or both by snap-aligning and sometimes displaying gap measurements to help evenly space multiple objects.
- The three categories of fonts that you can use in Muse are web fonts, web safe fonts, and system fonts.
- Paragraph styles apply attributes to an entire paragraph, but character styles can be applied to selected text only. Character styles can include only the following formatting options: font, font size, color, styles (italic, bold, underline), and tracking.