How do I install Fotomoto on Adobe Muse?

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  • Derek (Official Rep) October 30, 2014 06:54
    Hi Isaiah,

    Thank you for your question. We don't yet have any instructions posted on how to use Fotomoto with Muse, but I assume with Muse that you can add some JavaScript to the HTML source code for pages, so you could easily follow the instructions for using Fotomoto on HTML here:
    How do I install Fotomoto on generic HTML Sites?.

    I hope that helps and kind regards,
    Derek
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  • Any news regarding getting FotoMoto to work on an Adobe Muse website? Has anyone had success? Does it work? Example pages?
    Thanks!
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  • Hi Jay,

    Thank you for your post. To keep with the topic of this thread, I'll post the instructions on how to install Fotomoto on a Muse site here, and answer your question in the other thread you posted.

    So first a disclaimer: Muse is not supported as a Fotomoto-compatible application...at least not yet, but Fotomoto can be easily installed on a Muse site using these instructions. At this time, Fotomoto will only work on single images "placed" in to the site...it will not work as expected on Slideshows of any type, but if you're using a different library to drive a slideshow or other type of gallery it may work...we just haven't tested it yet.

    That said, here's how you can install Fotomoto on a Muse site:

    1. Create a Fotomoto account and copy the Fotomoto Script as shown in Step 1 here: http://support.fotomoto.com/customer/...

    2. In Muse, open a page, then from the Page menu select Page Properties and click the Metadata tab and insert the Fotomoto Script in to the HTML for : field as shown in the screenshot below and then click OK.

    In our preliminary testing we haven't found a way to insert the Fotomoto Script site-wide, so it has to be inserted on each Page in Muse.



    If anyone in the Community does more experimentation with Muse and would like to share their experiences about options to make Fotomoto work, please do - we're happy to hear from you!

    Thanks again and kind regards,
    Derek
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