If you have yet to use Adobe Muse, then you might want to give this particular software a chance now, as this new tool has been made available to Creative Cloud subscribers, allowing graphic designers to create websites without the need to write any code. In fact, Adobe has just introduced a spanking new version of Muse which will comprise of built-in support for contact forms, not to mention folks who are well versed in Japanese, too, will be able to take advantage of this language version.
The new support thrown in for built-in contact forms enables one to easily add, configure, and style contact forms right there and then within your website designs. This basically means there is no need to embed any more HTML code from third party online form providers, and the folks over at Adobe are the Muse product team promising to deliver an even more extensive range of content management capabilities straight into the product via tighter integration with Adobe’s site hosting platform, Adobe Business Catalyst. Check out the video above to see what a snap it is to work with contact forms.
Not only that, one is able to add and link to downloadable files of any type including .PDF, .ZIP, .DMG, and .EXE, not to mention support for HTML5 animations created using Adobe Edge.
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