Add some extra style to headlines and other areas of important text on your web pages with the Texturizer Widget for Adobe Muse.
The widget is easy to use and comes with 5 preset textures and effects to get you up and running. You can also create your own textures in Photoshop; click the link below to view a short tutorial on how to do this.http://www.creativemuse.co/how-to-create-an-alpha-texture-for-css-image-masking.html
Please note that the effects are currently only supported by Safari and Chrome, the text will still appear on unsupported browsers without the effects applied.
- Effects are applied to live text so your SEO is not affected
- Choose from one of the five presets or create your own
- Use paragraph styles to quickly add the effect across the site
Quick start guide:
Download and unarchive the widget zip file.
Double-click the texturizer.mulib file to import it into Muse. Alternatively, you can use the Import button in the Library panel within Muse and browse to the file on your hard drive.
Using the widget:
Go to the Library Panel in Muse.
Open the Creative Muse – Texturizer widget folder
Click and drag the Texturizer widget onto the design canvas
Enter the name of the style
Choose the texture image
Create a new paragraph style using the name you set in the widget
Apply the style to your text item(s)
Preview the page
Full Installation and setup information can be found here: http://www.creativemuse.co/texturizer-widget-for-adobe-muse.html#installation-instructions