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  • #3717

    andrea
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    Hey Everyone,

    I’m a Muse user who really needed a CMS system and found it with Muse2Worpress.
    It took me a while to figure it out since there isn’t much documentation or tutorials to be found.
    When I figured it out I created a visual tutorial in PDF form so I don’t forget the steps.
    It’s a little messy, but hopefully anybody else out there can benefit from it.

    http://www.almering.nl/PDF_muse2wordpress_tutorials/Tutorial_download_page.html

    If there is something in there you don’t understand, or find something that is incorrect, please let me know.

    PS: A special thanks to Jerome of the M2W team.

    – Andrea

    #3748

    Wojciech
    Participant

    Hi, Great work! Many Thanks.

    I`ve read carefuly especialy No. 2
    That is something new for me and something i need right now – more than 1 content boxes/containers on one page. But im wondering - is this plugin the only way to do it? Cant it be done by “slug”? Or new widget – wp query generator?

    Cheers

    #3752

    andrea
    Participant

    Hey Wojciech,

    I’m not a huge wordpress guru… So maybe it is possible with a slug. Please let me know if you found a more efficient way?

    #3771

    vicentea
    Participant

    bueno y el tema no se edita desde muse, crear múltiples cajas es fácil y si usan el widget de acordeon puedes poner muchos y se miran bien bonitos y combinan texto e imagens

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