Navigation Menu Adobe Muse Library File
This sticky navigation menu Muse library file is ideal to use on one-page websites, pinned at the top or bottom of the browser and it will be responsive. Drag and drop it onto the stage and start modifying colours and text to suit your needs. Add more buttons by duplicating the existing ones and set-up the links to your anchors, is this easy!
To install it: simply download the file, extract it from the ZIP and double click the .mulib file while having Adobe Muse CC opened. This will add this navigation menu to the library panel. You will be able to find it under the name “sticky horizontal menu”
To edit: simply drag it from the library panel onto the canvas. Then select the parts you wish to edit by clicking on them, and change colours or texts.
To pin it to the corner just put it at the top of the stage where the browser starts or at the bottom where the browser ends, then use the ‘pin’ option on Muse to pin it.
It is recommended to make a new layer for this menu alone and keep the layer on the top, so that you won’t have to be arranging it to the back every time you add stuff to the stage.
To set-up the links, just create the sections using the anchor tool, then click on any button of the navigation menu and with it selected go up where it says “link” and choose the anchor point you created earlier.
- Standard Design and Colours
- Muse Library file (mulib)
- Compatible with Adobe Muse 7.2 and above
- Easy to Edit
- Easy to change color and text
- Drag and drop
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